Homework 1
Chemical Engineering 101A: Momentum Transfer
Fall 2015
1. Predict the viscosity of argon at 25C and 1 atm, using molecular theory with the LennardJones potential.
2. Estimate the viscosity of mercury at 20C, using the molecular theory of viscos
ChE 101A Transport Phenomena I Homework Due Monday, October 27, 2008 1. As a complement to lectures and the textbook, please perform literature search on the following topics and provide detailed explanations. When applicable, provide a sketch and/o
Homework 2
Chemical Engineering 101A: Momentum Transfer
Fall 2015
Due: October 12, 2015
1. Water at a temperature of 25C is flowing down a wide inclined plane at an angle of 35 from
the horizontal. The velocity of the fluid at the air boundary of the flui
Homework 3
Chemical Engineering 101A: Momentum Transfer
Fall 2015
Due: October 19, 2015
1. Air is slightly compressed as it flows through a long horizontal pipe. Assuming the density
varies linearly with the distance of the pipe ( = 0 + ax), use the 7-ste
Homework 4
Chemical Engineering 101A: Momentum Transfer
Fall 2015
Due: October 26, 2015
1. Derive the Equation of Continuity and the Equation of Motion (z-components) in
cylindrical coordinates for a Newtonian fluid with constant and where vz is a
functio