Lecture 5 Conservation of Chemical Species
Reading: Deen Ch 2.3 2.6, 2.7
Material Derivative. For transport in incompressible fluids, the continuity equation implies that
v 0 . Under these circumstances, the conservation equation for a scalar quantity ca
Lecture 1 Vectors and Tensors
Reading: Deen Appendix A
We will briefly review some elements of vector calculus most relevant to transport processes.
[Significant portions of these notes were adapted from those of Scott Milner on Linear Algebra.]
Vectors.
Lecture 8 Scaling
Reading: Deen Ch 3.3
Order-of-Magnitude Estimation
In order-of-magnitude estimation, we are most interested in making one of the following
statements about the relative magnitude of two quantities x and y.
x y , x is much smaller than y
Lecture 3 Molecular Origins of Diffusive Fluxes
Reading: Deen Chapter 1
Estimating the magnitude of transport coefficients (D, v, and ) can often be achieved through
dimensional analysis. In particular, diffusive transport of heat, species, and momentum a
Lecture 6 Example: Facilitated Transport
Reading: Deen Ch 3.1, 3.2
WORKED EXAMPLE: 3-5 Facilitated Transport
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Facilitatted Transport (3-5). A reversible
solute accross a liquiid film or meembrane.
Lecture 2 Diffusive Fluxes
Reading: Deen Chapter 1
Gradients in temperature, chemical concentrations, and velocity induce fluxes of energy, mass,
and momentum as to erase spatial variations and achieve thermodynamic equilibrium. The relationships between
Lecture 4 Conserv
vation Princciples
Reading: Deen, Chap
pter 2
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Lecture 7 Conservation of Energy
Reading: Deen Ch 2.4, 2.5
Conservation of Energy: Thermal Effects. We now consider a particularly useful (albeit
approximate) conservation equation, in which we consider enthalpy to be a conserved quantity
(instead of ener
Lecture 9 Dimensionality in Modeling
Reading: Deen Ch 3.4
WORKED EXAMPLE: 3-13 Morphogen Diffusion
Symmetry. Transport problems are inherently 3-dimensional; however, certain symmetries of
the problem can be exploited to reduce the number of coordinates n
Lecture 0 Rain Drops
What determines the size L of rain drops? What determines the speed U at which they fall?
To answer these questions, its often helpful to begin by listing whatever forces and/or material
properties are relevant to the problem. For th
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Executive Summary . 3
Migrating from SQL Server makes Business Sense . 3
Migrating from SQL Server makes Technical Sense . 6
Migrating from SQL Server to MySQL Fundamentals. 13
Conclusion . 18
Additional Resources. 19
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