TEST 1 repeat Fall 2006
Afternoon
PROBLEM I (30 points) Outcome 2
Ammonia is contained in a closed rigid container with a volume of 2 m. Initially,
the pressure and temperature of the ammonia is 'r' bar and 140 C, respectively. The
temperature drops as
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Entropy
For a reversible ideal gas Carnot
Transport phenomena
Shell balances in momentum transport
2016-02-01
Shell balances in momentum transport
Transport Phenomena I
The general method for performing a shell balance is as follows. These guidelines apply to steadily flowing (no changes
with res
2015-02-18
Jonathan J. Samuelson
Homework assignment 3
Transport phenomena I
1. (a) Change in density with time is zero, since we are (presumably) dealing with an incompressible liquid. No velocity components exist in
the - or z- directions, so those term
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ECH3266 - Transport I, Spring 2015
Homework 3 (Ch. 3) - Equation(s) of
Change in Momentum Transport
Due Wednesday, February 18, 2015
1. Using the continuity equation in cylindrical coordinates, show that:
a) If v = vz = 0, then vr =
f (,z)
r
= g (r, , z)
ECH 3266 Transport Phenomena I
HW #1
Please answer the following from the Questions for Discussion on page 69 briefly:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11 and 12.
Problems 2A.1, 2A.3, 2B.1, 2B.3, 2B.4, 2B.5, 2B.7, 2B.8
A. Following the discussion on viscosity in Cha
test 2 (closed notes, narrow vision, open mind) Feb, 18, 2013
Name
The next test-Wednesday March 20, 2013 Only turn in this test paper
(1)
(2)
Natural
(a)
+
VR
V0
+
R
(6)
(5)
Natural
(a)
(b)Response
VR
R
(3)
C
(7)
(4)
(b)Response
Vc
V0
VL
(8)
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TEST 1 repeat Fall 2006
Morning
PROBLEM I (30 points) Outcome 2
A piston~eylinder deviee contains 1.2 lbm of ammonia at 20 psia and 80 F. The
ammonia is cooled at constant pressure until one-half of the mass condenses.
a") Show the process on a T-v di