CHEG 355 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
First Hour Exam
10/6/09
This test is closed books and closed notes
Problem 1). (20 points) Plane Poiseuille Flow: A problem which is currently being
investigated in bioengineering laboratories is the phenomenon of cell adhes

CBE 30355 Transport Phenomena I
Final Exam
December 12, 2012
Closed Books and Notes
Problem 1. (20 points) Scaling/Boundary Layers: Consider the heat transfer from a
plate in the flow due to an impinging planar jet as depicted below. The fluid from the
je

CBE 30355 Transport Phenomena I
Final Exam
December 13, 2011
Closed Books and Notes
Problem 1). (30 points) A Variant on Hero's Fountain.
a). Neglecting all frictional losses, what is the height hf of the fountain water jet?
b). Modify your answer by acco

CBE 30355 Transport Phenomena I
Final Exam
December 13, 2010
Closed Books and Notes
Problem 1. (20 points) Scaling/Boundary Layers: For homework you examined the
boundary layer produced by a rotating disk. In this problem we use this velocity
distribution

CBE 30355 Transport Phenomena I
Final Exam
December 18, 2009
Closed Books and Notes
Problem 1). (20 points) Transient Boundary Layer Scaling. You are asked to design an
electrochemical probe capable of measuring both concentration and wall shear stress
ne

CBE 30355 Transport Phenomena I
Final Exam
December 18, 2008
Closed Books and Notes
Problem 1. (20 points) Scaling/Lubrication: A common way to produce a thin film on a
surface is to spin coat it - take a disk of radius R, deposit some liquid of kinematic

CBE 30355
TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
TTh 11:00
Second Hour Exam
Closed Books and Notes
Problem 1). (20 points) Lubrication: A hinged plate of extension W into the paper and
of length L as depicted below is being squeezed shut with some force F/W. We wish to
de

CBE 30355
TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
TTh 11:00
Second Hour Exam
Closed Books and Notes
Problem 1). (20 points) Lubrication: Cavitation is the phenomenon which occurs when
the absolute pressure in a liquid reaches the vapor pressure, and the liquid boils. For
m

CBE 30355
TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
TTh 11:00
Second Hour Exam
Closed Books and Notes
Note: Problems are not equally weighted!
Problem 1). (10 points ) Dimensional Analysis: Dip coating with a viscous fluid. Dip
coating (where an object is dipped in and then

CBE 30355
TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
TTh 11:00
Second Hour Exam
Closed Books and Notes
Problem 1). (20 points ) Unidirectional Flows: Last week Lucas, Samantha, and Caroline
demonstrated the Archimedes Screw, an ancient pumping technique. In this problem we
ex

CBE 30355 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
First Hour Exam
10/2/12
This test is closed books and closed notes
Problem 1. (10 pts) In this problem we design a hydrometer, a simple device for
measuring the density of a liquid, usually used in determining the salt conc

CBE 30355 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
First Hour Exam
10/4/11
This test is closed books and closed notes
Problem 1. (15 pts) Hydrostatics: Consider the system depicted below. Two tubes,
filled with a fluid of density !, are connected at the bottom. The tube rad

CBE 30355 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
First Hour Exam
10/5/10
This test is closed books and closed notes
Problem 1. (20 pts) Off I 26 in Orangeburg, SC (on the route to Hilton Head) is Edisto
Memorial Gardens. Probably the most photographed feature of the garde