CHE 3123
Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer 11
Final Exam - Fall 2009
Dr. Shambaugh 7:30—9:30 pm.
Wednesday, December 16, 2009 Energy Center, Room M204
Problem 1 — Green energy from a solar collector g7 points:
A house has a 120,000 BTU/hr heating system t
CHE 3123
Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer II
Exam 1 - Fall 2010
Dr. Shambaugh 7:30-9:30 pm.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Energy Center, Room N202
Problem 1 (30 points) — Rectangular Duct
On level 1 of the Energy Center, there is an aluminum duct with a
CHE 3123
Momentum. Heat. and Mass Transfer 11
Exam 2 - Fall 2010
Dr. Shambaugh 7:30-9:30 pm
Thursday, November 11, 2010 Energy Center, Room A235
Problem 1 150 points)
Glycerin is ﬂowing at 205 lb/min through a carbon (mild) steel pipe with an ID (inside
d
CHE 3123
Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer II
Exam 1 —— Fall 2009
Dr. Shambaugh 7:00-9:00 pm.
Thursday, October 8, 2009 Energy Center, Room N202
Problem 1 (60 points!
THE HOUSE
A house in Norman, OK has 2600 square feet of living area (this is the area of
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Problem 27.18
Group 1
Ryan Edwards Josh Musgrove
Sean Akadiri Scott Plaster
Nick Wilson
Problem STATEMENT
A small spherical bead is used as a controlled
drug-release capsule in the gastrointestinal
system. In the particular case, a 0.1 cm diameter
bead ha
CHE 3123
Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer II
Fall 2010
Tues.-Thur.
10:30-11:45 a.m.
Dr. Shambaugh
N-202
Energy Center
Textbook Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer by Welty, Wicks,
Wilson, and Rorrer. Momentum transfer was covered in CHE 311
SOLUTION TO HOMEWORK #7
#Problem 1
10.1-1
a. In order to solve this problem, we need to know what happens at the bubble point; at this
point, the first bubble is formed, so we can assume that all of the number of moles for the
components in the gas phase
ASSIGNMENT 6
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Solution
#Problem 2:
The heat of mixing of two liquids is given by Hmix=x1x2(A+B(x1-x2). A= -a1+ a2 T.
B= +b1- b2 T. Compute the difference between the partial molar and pure conponent
enthalpies as a function of x1 and T.
2
2 2 = 1
SOLUTION TO HOMEWORK #4
5.1
(although the temperatures are slightly different, the procedure to solve the problem is the same).
5.4
Problem 3:
Flowsheet:
40 Kg/sec
50 Kg/sec
To steam
reforming
40 Kg/sec
Work:
To begin with, we know how to deal with the ra
Assignment 3 Solution
# Problem 1
4.1
a) The way to solve this problem is to begin with the system as the ball plus the water. Then, by
doing an energy balance, we get:
1 + 2 = 1 + 2
=
1 ,1 (1 1 ) + 2 ,2 (2 2 ) = 0
and since
1 = 2
Then, we can make the
ASSIGNMENT 2
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Solution
#Problem 1: 3.3
a) One kilogram of steam contained in a horizontal frictionless piston and cylinder is heated at
constant pressure of 1.013 bar from 125 C to such a temperature that its volume doubles.
Calculate the amount o
ASSIGNMENT 1
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Solution
Joule Experiment extra material
In 1844-1854 Joule conducted an experiment to find out a relation between
the amount of work spent to bring about the liberation of heat and the amount of heat
liberated. The above graph is th