[From The Role of the FDA in the Vioxx Controversy of 2004 by Matt Vera and Garret
Raska]
Introduction
Advances in agriculture and medical science in the past century have led to an influx of
consumer products targeted at improving human health. To keep t
ChE 353 Homework #6
1. A simple fluid statics problem to practice on.
For fluids with a density close to, but less than, that of water, the specific gravity
is best determined in the system shown in the figure below. Derive an expression for the
specific
Example Problems For Lecture on 4/26
1. (This problem illustrates the setting up of Ficks law to derive the appropriate form of
flux expression for a system involving multiple components and a chemical reaciton).
The formation of a tungsten thin film on u
ChE 353 Homework #6
Problems A, C, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P
and
Examples 2.2 (p. 42), 2.3 (p. 48), 2.4 (p. 53), and 2.5 (p. 56) from BSL
The Recitation Quiz will cover Problems A, C, H, K, M, N, O, and P
Problem A
Volumetric Flow from Laminar Flow in a Tube
ChE 353 Homework #3
In addition to the problems below, you are also responsible for the
materials accompanying the following sections and examples in BSL:
1. Section 10.7
1.
The George Foreman Grill
You have become an employee of the famous boxer George F
ChE 353 Homework #5
Problems A-E,G, I-M
The Recitation Quiz will cover Problems B, C, J, K, M
A.
Transient Heat Conduction
A slab of thickness L, infinite in the other two dimensions, has a uniform
temperature distribution, To, initially. At time t = 0 bo
ChE 353 Homework #7
Problems A, C, F, G, H, I, J
and
Problem 2B.12 on page 68 of BSL
and
Examples 2.2 (p. 42), 2.3 (p. 48), 2.4 (p. 53), and 2.5 (p. 56) from BSL
Homework Quiz over Problems A, F, G, I, and J
ChE 353 Homework #8
Problems A, B, C, E, H, J, S
and
Examples 3.6-1 (p. 88), 3.6-2 (p. 89), 3.6-3 (p. 89), and 3.6-4 (p. 93) from BSL (2nd Ed.)
Problems for Quiz A, B, H, J, S
J.
Air Entrainment in a Draining Tank
A molasses storage tank DL in diameter is
CHE353 IN-CLASS QUIZ: 1/30/2007
1. Sketch the hear flux and temperature profile for the conically shaped object
shown below. Assume that the curved surface is perfectly insulated and that there
is a steady heat flow along its length.
2. At steady-state, t
Answers to FAQs about Exam 2
1. Exam 2 will be similar to, but different from the problems you have seen in HWs.
2. The exam is scheduled for full 2 hours it is however anticipated that you will not need
the full 2 hours.
3. You will not be allowed to use
Che 353 (Spring 2007): Application Problems For Fluid Statics
1. Deep sea divers and scuba divers are often suggested to exhale completely before and slowly
ascend to the surface (else a fatal condition known as gas embolism can result, the latter only
fo
ChE 353 Homework 4
Problems A-H
Quiz over Problems A, B, C, E, G, and H
A.
Cylindrical Cooling Fin
Cooling fins are extended structures which serve to cool a hot object by providing an
increased surface area for convective heat transfer. In this problem w
ChE 353 HW#3
Problems B-D, G-H, and K
and
Examples 10.2-2, 10.3, 10.6, and 10.7 from BSL
Quiz over Problems B, D, H, K, and Examples 10.2-2, 10.3, 10.6, and 10.7 from BSL
B.
Heat Conduction in a Nuclear Fuel Rod Assembly. This problem
provides practice wi
Presentations
The Introduction Presentation defines
your topic, raises questions, and offers
a hypothesis.
Statement of the
problem
Questions
Hypothesis
Image from Alley, M., 1996
Why didnt the engineers
design and build a safe dam?
Who was responsible?
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TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
ChE 353 SPRING 2013
Unique # - 14655
Meets in CPE 2.216 on T Th from 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
Instructor - Prof. Venkat Ganesan, CPE 3.414
TEXTBOOK:
R. B. Bird, W. E. Stewart and E. N. Lightfoot, Transport
Phenomena, 2nd Ed., John Wiley & S
Kingston Plant Disaster 1
The Reaction of the Tennessee Valley Authority to the Kingston Fossil Plant Disaster
by
Antonio Hernandez
Submitted to
DArcy Randall
and
Dave Croake
ChE333T
Spring 2013
Kingston Plant Disaster 2
Introduction
The Great Depression
[Short version of title] 1
[Your title]
by
[Your name(s)]
Submitted to
[Your instructors name]
and
[Your TAs name]
ChE333T
[semester and year]
[Short version of title] 2
Introduction
[Add the text of your Draft Introduction. State your purpose, explain wh
ChE 333T
Introduction to the Topic: Short Paper and Presentation
Research Questions and Hypothesis
Once you decide on a topic, set three Research Questions and a Hypothesis. Remember that a Hypothesis is an educated
guess about what you will conclude. You
Che 353 (Spring 2007): Example Problems for Heat Transfer Coefcients
1. The next page illustrates some typical n arrangements in electronic cooling applications.
The objective of this problem is to consider the model n solved in class and determine the le
ChE 353 Homework #1
This homework assignment is a mathematics/physics refresher and warmup.
Many of the equations and functions employed in this assignment will be used
later in the course and the better you know the mathematics the more you can
concentra
Lecture 2
1/23/2007
Prof. Venkat Ganesan ([email protected])
Department of Chemical Engineering,
The University of Texas at Austin
Lecture 2: Fouriers Law; Shell Balances
BSL pp. 290 - 295.
CHE 353: Transport Phenomena
TTH 2-3:30
CPE 2.218
Unique # 14
Lecture 1
1/18/2007
Prof. Venkat Ganesan ([email protected])
Department of Chemical Engineering,
The University of Texas at Austin
Lecture 1: Overview of Heat Transfer
ChE 353: Transport Phenomena
TTH 2-3:30
CPE 2.218
Unique #14185
Textbook:
Transport
Solutions to HW 12
kC0
1 1
, a refers to the instantaneous radius
D
1 1 a r
R2 + k a R
Problem 4:
2
RD / 3 + kR / 6
Time =
DkC0
C (r ) =
Problem 5: p(z) denotes the partial pressure at a position z.
kc
p( z ) 0.037
= exp
z
0.037
2B v
ChE 353 Homework #12
1. Carefully study the following examples from BSL: 18.3 and 18.4.
2. BSL 18B.15.
3. BSL 18B.19
4. Shrinking core model for a burning particle
Consider the following model for combustion of a spherical particle in a fluidized bed.
Far
ChE 353 Homework #11
Spring 2007
Problems will be quizzed on April 17 (Note change in schedule as announced earlier.
4/17 is a Tuesday. The lecture class for next week will be on 4/18 instead).
1. BSL 18B.1
2. BSL 18B.2
3. BSL 18B.6
4. BSL 18B.7
ChE 353 Homework #10
1. Carefully study the following examples from BSL: 7.6-1 and 7.6-2.
2. BSL 7A.6.
3. Consider the flow out of a garden hose (a water jet). The flow inside the hose can be
assumed to be laminar flow and hence the velocity profile is pa
ChE 353 Homework #8
1.
Shape of Interface for Rotating Rod in Infinite Body of Liquid
Consider an infinite body of liquid (a Newtonian fluid with no boundaries and
constant density r and constant viscosity m) with an infinitely long solid rod
immersed in
ChE 353 Homework #7
1. Problem 2B.6 in BSL (Start with the Navier-Stokes equation).
2. Problem 2B.8 in BSL.
(The above 2 problems are spillover from HW 6).
3. Problem 2B.12 in BSL.
4. Non-Newtonian Flow in a Circular Pipe
The rate of shear stress of a Non