Transport
Recitation Phenomena
Problems I
CHE 341
Fluid mechanics
Solutions
Sep 2nd,
2016
Sep.
4, 2015
Homework Set 3
1. A gate in a dam is meant to hold the liquid on one side of the dam. The gate is
Navier Stokes Unsteady Flow
Problems and Inviscid Flow
November 12, 2015
Accelerating or Unsteady Flow
vx = 0
y
at
t=0
x
z
Moving Plate
U0
(i) Flow is invariant in x direction
(ii) No z component
Cont
Conservation of Mass - Continuity
Equation For Differential Elements
October 20, 2015
Flow Reference Frames
VisEng Ltd
http:/www.viseng.com/consult/flowvis.html
Vector Operators
del operator
curl
=
=
CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM
ON A DIFFERENTIAL FLUID
ELEMENTContinued
October 27, 2015
What you did last class
Why is the Cauchy Stress Tensor Symmetric for
most Fluids?
xx xy xz xx xy xz xx yx zx
Momentum Balance - Continued
CHBE 401
September 22, 2015
Example Question 2
Water moves through a T-junction that is tilted
45 degrees to the vertical. The pipe has a
diameter of 12mm and the water le
Momentum Balance
CHBE 401
September 17, 2015
What is Momentum?
It is the mass x velocity of an object
In fluid mechanics conservation of linear
momentum is implied by Newtons Laws
Momentum is a vec
Lecture 4
September 3, 2015
Example 2: Inclined Tube Manometer
Hydraulic Lifts
Pascals Principle: When a force is applied to a contained, incompressible fluid, the pressure
increases equally in all di
Schedule
Tuesday/Thursday (Dec 1 and Dec 3): Oral
presentations
Friday Dec 4: Written Project Report Due
Tuesday Dec 8th : Review session
(~10am-12pm location TBD)
Saturday Dec 12th 9am-12pm in HR
CHBE 401
Problem Set #1
Due: Monday August 29, 2016 at 5pm
Submit Homework to CHBE 401 Box in Abercrombie B218
Read up to p. 26 in Wilkes
1) Unit Conversion (10 Points)
Do the following units conversi
CHBE 401
Problem Set #1
Due: Monday August 29, 2016 at 5pm
Submit Homework to CHBE 401 Box in Abercrombie
Read Chapter 1 in Wilkes
1) Unit Conversion (10 Points)
Do the following units conversions. Th
CHBE 401
Problem Set #2
Due: Tuesday September 6, 2016 at 5pm
Submit Homework to CHBE 401 Box in Abercrombie
Read Chapter 1 in Wilkes
1) a) An iceberg with a specific gravity of 0.917 floats in the oc
A SURVIVAL GUIDE TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
As you prepare to take your first chemical engineering course, you may be feeling a bit smug, or perhaps a bit nervous, or
both. You managed to navigate your o
CHBE 401
Transport Phenomena 401
Fall 2016
Description:
This course provides an introduction to the basic fluid flow and
conservation laws of transport phenomena including the principles and
applicati
CHBE 401
Problem Set #1
Due: Monday August 29, 2016 at 5pm
Submit Homework to CHBE 401 Box in Abercrombie
Read Chapter 1 in Wilkes
1) Unit Conversion (10 Points)
Do the following units conversions. Th
CHBE 401
Fluid Proper3es Con3nued
Intro to Fluid Sta3cs
August 25, 2016
Corn syrup is placed in the gap between
two cylinders. The inner cylinder is rotated
clockwise 5 3mes and counterclockwise
Upcoming CHBE 401 Schedule
Today, Sept 28, 7-9pm Review Session with Professor Cokar in ABL 123
Thursday, Oct 1, 7-9pm Exam I in Dell Butcher 180
Project Assigned
Oct 5th, PS 6 assigned & due Wedn
ACCELERATING FLUIDS
Learning Objectives Today:
Understand how acceleration affects static fluids
CHBE 401
September 8, 2015
Accelerating Fluids: How can hydrostatics be
used to describe accelerating f
ENERGY BALANCES
CONT.
Learning Objectives Today:
1) Revisit Mass and Energy Balances
2) Bernoullis Equation
3) Reynolds Transport Theorem
CHBE 401
September 15, 2015
From Last Time Conservation of Mas
NAVIER-STOKES EQUATION
CHBE 401
November 3, 2015
Objective: Learn momentum equation for differential element
Distortion of a Fluid Particle in a Flow
Physically accelerating, expanding flow
Cauchy Sto
NAVIER-STOKES EQUATION
CHBE 401
November 5, 2015
Objective: Learn the boundary conditions for the momentum equation for
differential element
Substitute into Cauchys equation
X-direction
Navier-Stokes
CHBE 401
Problem Set #4 SOLUTION Alternative Marking Shcheme
Due: Monday September 21, 2015 at 5pm
Submit Homework to CHBE 401 Box in Abercrombie B218
and any support documents (i.e. excel sheets) ele
1 Wilkes Chl #9 - TWO-layer buoyancy
Unknown Liquid A
PA atA-W'mafnce,
z-Ondp-pi
Lets dene the cross section area of cylinder as S, the height above A-W
interface as 2h and that below as h. Lets set