CBE 341 (STN)
Mass, Momentum, and Energy Transport
Course will survey modeling and solution methods for the transport of fluids, heat and chemical species in response to differences in pressure, temperature and concentration. Both steady state and transient behavior will be examined.Topics include fluid statics; conservation equations for mass, momentum and energy; dimensional analysis; viscous flow at high and low Reynolds number; thermal conduction; convective heat and mass transfer, correlations; diffusion and interphase mass transfer. Working knowledge of calculus, linear algebra and ordinary differential equations is assumed.
Sample reading list:
Welty, Wicks, Rorrer and Wilson, Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer
Bird, Stewart, Lightfoot, Transport Phenomena
Middleman, An Introduction to Fluid Dynamics
Middleman, An Introduction to Mass and Heat Transfer
Denn, Process Fluid Mechanics
Textbook readings and lecture notes. Handouts to supplement classroom lectures.
Mid Term Exam - 40%
Final Exam - 40%
Problem set(s) - 20%
Course is required for concentrators
Not Open to Freshmen.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
MAE 305 or MAT 301 and CBE 245. MAT 301 or MAE 305 may be taken concurrently..
An additional Class section to be held each week.
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