This course assumes that the students have undergone UG courses in Engineering
Mathematics, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics and are familiar with
the use of experimentally derived CORRELATIONS for estimating heat/mass transfer
coefficient in a variety of flow situations. The purpose of this course is to justify the basis
and the form of these correlations on the basis of fundamental transport laws governing
heat/mass transfer.

The treatment is highly mathematical and, through assignments,
students are expected to formulate and solve problems to derive expressions for the
heat/mass transfer coefficient in different situations. The course will interest students
wishing to embark on a research career in heat/mass transfer.

**Contents:**

Definitions of Heat/Mass Transfer Coefficient, Main Flow Classifications,
Transport Equations of Bulk Mass, Momentum, Energy and Sepcies transfer, Boundary
Layer Theory and its approximations, Laminar and Turbulent External boundary layers
with effects of Pressure Gradient, Wall thermal conditions, Viscous dissipation, Wall mass
transfer. Similarity, Integral and Finite-difference solutions of boundary layer equations.

Developing Internal ( ducted ) flows within boundary layer approximations, Fully
developed flows and heat transfer in non-circular ducts, use of superposition techniques.
Turbulent Flows, laminar-turbulent transition, Universal law-of-the wall for smooth and
rough surfaces, mixing-length and 2-equation models, the energy budget for boundary
layer and fully-developed pipe flow.

Approximate theories of Mass Transfer , Stefan-Couette-Reynolds flow models, Applications to Inert mass transfer with and without heat
transfer, Mass transfer with heterogeneous and homogeneous chemical reactions.