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Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer (Web)
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IIT Kharagpur
Available from :
2015-03-10
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1
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The equation of "continuity"
Equation of Continuity
Conservation of Linear Momentum and Conservation of Mechanical energy
Conservation of Energy for a Pure Substance
Fouriers Law of Heat Conduction
Conservation of Mass for each species & Ficks Law
The Equation of Continuity for a Binary Mixture
"Diffusive" heat and mass transfer
Heat Transfer in Extended surfaces (Fins)
Performance of Fins
Mass Transfer with Chemical Reaction Case Study: Low Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition (LPCVD)
Simultaneous Mass Diffusion and Reaction between wafers in Low Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition
Heat Conduction in semi-infinite Slab with Constant wall Temperature
Heat Conduction in Semi-infinite Slab with Constant Flux density at the wall
Semi-infinite Slab with timevarying surface temperature: Theory
Semi-infinite Slab with time-varying surface temperature: Examples
Heating of a finite slab
Cooling of a Sphere in contact with a Well-Stirred Fluid & Heat Conduction in Solids with Interfacial Resistance
Gas Absorption with Chemical Reaction
Melting and Solidification (An example of Moving Boundary problem)
Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer Fog formation
Unsteady-state Evaporation
"Convective" heat and mass transfer
Convective Transport: Fluid Flow to a Rotating Disk (in an infinite mass of fluid)
Mass Transfer to a Rotating Disk
Laminar Boundary Layers
Heat Transfer to Boundary Layers
Heat Transfer to Boundary Layers (Continued)1
Heat Transfer to Boundary Layers (Continued)2
Heat Transfer to Boundary Layers (Continued)3
Application of Mises Transformation to the problem of Mass Transfer from a sphere in Creeping (Stokes) flow
Convective Transport in channels
A Graetz-Nusselt Problem: Fully developed V, developing C or T
Dispersion
Dispersion (Continued)
Multicomponent Transport
Multi-component Mixtures
Binary Systems
Thermal, Forced and Pressure Diffusion
Solving the Multi-component Flux Equations
Dimensional Analysis
Mass Transfer in Turbulant flows
Turbulent Flow: Time Averaging, Reynolds Stress and Eddy Viscosity
Transport in Turbulent Flow: Universal Velocity Profile
Turbulent Flow in a Pipe
Mass Transfer in Turbulent Pipe Flow
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