CHE 34100: Transport Phenomena I - Fall 2015
Solution Homework 2
October 8, 2015
Problem 1
In order to calculate hydrostatic pressure in a well at a depth of h = 2km= 2000m filled with a fluid of
density = 2000 kg/m3 :
P = P0 + gh
= P0 + 2000 9.81 2000
=

CHE 34100: Transport Phenomena I - Fall 2015
Solution Homework 5
December 16, 2015
Problem 1 - Taylor-Couette Flow
a) Solve for the fluid flow and determine the torque per unit length to rotate the inner cylinder
of a pair of long concentric cylinders, wi

CHE 34100: Transport Phenomena I - Fall 2015
Solution Homework 4
December 14, 2015
Problem 1 - 6.1 from Denn
Assumptions
Newtonian, incompressible fluid
Turbulent flow = flat velocity profile
Neglect the losses
No shaft work
Mass conservation
Let w1 a

CHE 34100: Transport Phenomena I - Fall 2015
Solution Homework 3
November 16, 2015
Problem 1 - 3.7 from Denn
a) Reynolds number for each run
Re =
U D
U=
4Q
D2
Data
= 1000 kg/m
3
= 1.0 103 Pa.s
D = 0.289 mm = 2.89 104 m
L = 57.6 mm = 5.76 102 m
We calcul

CHE 34100: Transport Phenomena I - Fall 2015
Solution Homework 1
September 16, 2015
Problem 1: Denn book, problem 2.1
a) Viscosity shear rate function
Viscosity is defined as the ratio of shear stress to shear rate:
=
s
s
Calculating from the shear stress