CBE 6333, R. Levicky
Homework Set 5
1). One method of producing vacuum is to discharge water through a venturi tube, and connect
the system to be evacuated with the throat of the venturi tube as shown in the below figure. How
much water must discharge thr

NYU Tandon S.O.E
Instructor: Dr. Kone
CBE-GY 6153/ME-GY 6003
Applied Math in Eng.
Homework #12
(Due: Tuesday, December 20, 2016)
Textbook: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Second Edition,
Author: Michael D. Greenberg, Prentice-Hall (1998) ISBN 0-13-32143

Transport Phenomena I Professor Joshua Gallaway
Transport Phenomena Required Reading 3
The purpose of this reading is to introduce:
1. Stress tensors in curvilinear coordinates.
2. The substantial derivative.
1. Stress Tensors in Curvilinear Coordinates
A

Transport Phenomena I Professor Joshua Gallaway
Transport Phenomena Required Reading 4
The purpose of this reading is to introduce:
1. Use of the Navier-Stokes equation.
2. Plotting a velocity profile.
3. Mathematically manipulating a velocity profile.
1.

Transport I 2015, Exam 1 explanation of points
1. This question was a lot like #2 on HW 4
a) (40 pts) This was broken down into:
define postulates (10 pts)
Navier-Stokes equation and boundary conditions (10 pts)
cancel the Nav-Stokes equation correctly (1

3a
> [x,y,z]=meshgrid(-3:1:3,-3:1:3,-3:1:3); quiver3(x,y,z,y,0,0);view([0 0 10])
> [x,y,z]=meshgrid(-3:1:3,-3:1:3,-3:1:3); quiver3(x,y,z,y,0,0);view([5 2 10])
To the left is a view from above (viewing down on the x-y plane). To the right is a tilted view,

CBE 6333, Levicky
1
Multicomponent Systems
MASS TRANSFER.
Mass transfer deals with situations in which there is more than one component present in a system; for
instance, situations involving chemical reactions, dissolution, or mixing phenomena. A simple

CBE 6813 midterm exam (03/11/2014!
Directions.
1. Closed text book
2. Write your answers on the exam sheet and hand it in to me together with the exam sheet
3. 2 hour and 25 minutes time limit
4. Max : 100 pts
PROBLEM I Itotal 35 ptsl
The gas phase irreve

!
CM7043 Final Exam!
Fall 2009
1. The partition function Z of a system consisting of N indistinguishable monoatomic molecules
of mass m (N > 1) is given as
Z = Z conf
znon-conf N
N!
where Zconf is the configurational part of the partition coefficient, and

CBE GY-6813 mid-term exam (03/9/2016)
Directions.
1. Closed text book
2. Write your answers on the blue book and hand it in to me together with the problem sheet
3. 2 hour and 30 minutes time limit
4. Max : 100 pts
PROBLEM 1 [total 30 pts]
The following k

CBE GY-6813 mid-term exam (03/11/2015)
Directions.
1. Closed text book
2. Write your answers on the blue book and hand it in to me together with the problem sheet
3. 2 hour and 25 minutes time limit
4. Max : 100 pts
PROBLEM 1 [total 60 pts]
1. a) We wish

CBE GY-6813 Chemical Reactor Analysis & Design, SPRING 2017
Homework Problems #1 (due : 03/01/17)
1. Choose and solve one of the following two [20 pts total]
A. Fogler P4-26 [20 pts total]
B. Fogler P6-8 (a) [20 pts total]
2. Choose and solve one of the f

CBE 6333, R. Levicky
1
Fluid Kinematics and Constitutive Laws
In using the differential balance equations derived previously, it will be insightful to better understand
the basic types of motion that a fluid element may experience. This is the area of "fl

CBE 6333, R. Levicky
1
Differential Balance Equations
We have previously derived integral balances for mass, momentum, and energy for a control volume.
The control volume was assumed to be some large object, such as a pipe. What if the balance equations
w

CBE 6333, R. Levicky
1
Integral (Macroscopic) Balance Equations
The Basic Laws. A body (here, of a fluid) consisting of a given set of fluid particles with a total mass
m, total momentum p, and total energy E (E = internal + kinetic + potential) obeys the

CBE 6333, R. Levicky
1
Fluid Statics
Fluid statics deals with situations of "static equilibrium."
In static equilibrium:
- no part of a fluid is in motion relative to another part of the fluid
- no shear stress is present in the fluid
- only normal isotro

CBE 6333, R. Levicky
1
Review of Fluid Mechanics Terminology
The Continuum Hypothesis: We will regard macroscopic behavior of fluids as if the fluids
are perfectly continuous in structure. In reality, the matter of a fluid is divided into fluid
molecules,