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>> NOC:Transport Processes I: Heat and Mass Transfer (Video) >>
Why do we study transport processes?
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Week1
Why do we study transport processes?
Transport by convection and diffusion
Nondimensional analysis of beams
Dimensional analysis: Force on a particle settling in a fluid
Dimensional analysis: Heat transfer in a heat exchanger
Dimensional analysis: Mass transfer from a particle suspended in a fluid
Week2
Dimensional analysis: Power of an impeller
Dimensional analysis: Scaling up of an impeller
Dimensional analysis: Convection and diffusion
Dimensional analysis: Physical interpretation of dimensionless groups
Dimensional analysis: Correlations for dimensionless groups
Dimensional analysis: Natural and forced convection
Week3
Continuum description of fluids
Conservation equations and constitutive relations
Diffusion: Mechanism of mass diffusion in gases
Diffusion : Estimation of mass diffusion coefficient
Diffusion: Momentum diffusion coefficient
Diffusion: Thermal diffusion coefficient
Week4
Unidirectional transport: Conservation equation for heat & mass transfer
Unidirectional transport: Conservation equation for momentum transfer
Unidirectional transport: Similarity solution for infinite domain
Unidirectional transport: Similarity solution for infinite domain continued
Unidirectional transport: Similarity solution for mass transfer into a falling film
Unidirectional transport: Similarity solution for decay of a pulse
Week5
Unidirectional transport: Similarity solution for decay of a pulse continued
Unidirectional transport: Separation of variables for transport in a finite domain
Unidirectional transport: Separation of variables for transport in a finite domain continued
Unidirectional transport: Separation of variables for transport in a finite domain cont.
Unidirectional transport: Separation of variables for transport in a finite domain cont..
Unidirectional transport: Balance laws in cylindrical coordinates. Heat transfer across the wall of a pipe
Week6
Unidirectional transport: Balance laws in cylindrical coordinates. Unsteady heat conduction from a cylinder
Unidirectional transport: Balance laws in cylindrical coordinates. Unsteady heat conduction from a cylinder continued.
Unidirectional transport: Balance laws in cylindrical coordinates. Unsteady heat conduction from a cylinder cont.
Unidirectional transport: Balance laws in cylindrical coordinates. Similarity solution for heat conduction from a wire
Unidirectional transport: Effect of body force in momentum transfer. Falling film
Unidirectional transport: Effect of pressure in momentum transfer. Flow in a pipe.
Week7
Unidirectional transport: Friction factor for flow in a pipe
Unidirectional transport: Laminar and turbulent flow in a pipe
Unidirectional transport: Laminar and turbulent flow in a pipe
Unidirectional transport: Oscillatory flow in a pipe. Solution using complex variables
Unidirectional transport: Oscillatory flow in a pipe. Solution using complex variables
Unidirectional transport: Oscillatory flow in a pipe. Solution using complex variables contd.
Week8
Unidirectional transport: Oscillatory flow in a pipe. Low and high Reynolds number solutions
Unidirectional transport: Spherical coordiantes. Heat conduction from a sphere
Mass and energy balance equations in Cartesian coordinates
Mass and energy balance equations in Cartesian coordinates. Vector notation
Mass and energy balance equations in spherical coordinates
Mass and energy balance equations in spherical coordinates.
Week9
Diffusion equation : Heat conduction around a spherical inclusion
Momentum balance: Incompressible NavierStokes equations
Balance equation: Convection and diffusion dominated regimes
Diffusion equation: Heat conduction in a rectangular solid
Diffusion equation: Heat conduction in a rectangular solid (continued)
Diffusion equation: Heat conduction around a spherical inclusion
week 10
Diffusion equation: Effective conductivity of a composite
Diffusion equation: Spherical harmonic solutions
Diffusion equation: Conduction from a point source.
Diffusion equation: Method of Greens functions.
Diffusion equation: Method of images
Diffusion equation: Equivalence of spherical harmonics and multipole expansion
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