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Levich, Physicochemical Hydrodynamics, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N. The speed was 75 rpm for the fluid ( p = 0.003 pascal-sec p = 1080 kg/m3). Because of the tangential flow, there is a tension in the tangential direction, and this tension pulls the fluid toward the rotating rod, overcoming the centrifugal force. Solids leaving the unit will have 54.5 kg of oil. If the latter items could be handled, equation (2-30) would then be extremely useful for many engineering applications.

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Detailed information is available only for spherical packing particles. 0. Show that Eqs. 22.8-7 and 8 do not need to be changed. The Laplacian of pA is given by Eq. (3.64): 2P.4 #PA v2p,pax,+3Y’ (iv) TIiB GENERAL PROPER TY BALANCE 87 where again the last term in Eq. (3.64) is zero. Friction factor in turbulent flow For turbulent flow, the fanny factor (f) is usually used: f= 2.ζw/ρ. Let the initial temperature be Tu, as previously illustrated in Fig. 13.1.

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UNSTEADY-STATE MOLECULAR DIFFUSION For a zero-velocity. The exit gas has a mole fraction of 0.001. Examples of pseudoplasticity include solutions and melts of most highmolecular-weight polymers, emulsions, and colloidal solutions. With more than one independent variable, unsteady viscous flow, flow near a wall suddenly set in motion. 5. The Peclet number when divided by the Reynolds number results in the Prandtl number: The Prandtl number depends only on the fluid properties.

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Hence we have the following analogies: I I Electrical Current Voltage Resistance Radiative This analogy allows easy diagramming of equivalent circuits for visualization of simple enclosure radiation problems. As an example, the English system of units will be used, in which the potential energy term g AZ has units of ft lb,lb,‘. Levich, Physicochemical Hydrodynamics, 2nd edition, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N. These are applied to selected topics including development and application of the phase rule, physical and chemical equilibria in complex systems, and nonideal solutions.

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As a further example, consider the convective flux of Eq. (3.21), but as a vector, i.e., (3.49) Y,= ?/dJ If the same operation is done on the convective flux, one obtains (V * qu) = a(lyu,)lax + a(~u,)lay + e(lyu,)laz This can be expanded by use of the general relation d(xy)=xay+yax The result is (3.51) (3.50) Equation (3.52) is written in terms of the V operator. Students participate in (1) selection and design, (2) investigation and data collection, (3) analysis and (4) presentation of a research project.

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How much liquid clings to the inside surface of a large vessel when it is drained? As an example of flow around submerged objects, consider a fluid flowing around a sphere of radius R, whose surface temperature is maintained at a uniform value To. At z = 0 the wall temperature is suddenly increased to To = 212. If the inlet pressure is 40 psia, the inlet velocity is 12.22 ft s-‘, and the outlet pressure is 40.94 psia, find (a) the resultant force on the fluid; (b) the resultant force holding the fitting in place.

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Hence, U dc = k,a(Ci,t - C) d h where U is the superficial velocity, Cint is the interface concentration, h is the height, a is the surface per unit volume, and k, is the mass transfer coefficient. Cambridge University Press (1967), pp. 244-246,261. Clearly the analogy of Eq. 14.3-18 is not valid below Re = 10,000. Sc. (Chemical Engineering), National University of Colombia, 2000 B. These turbines and propellers are often used for suspension of solids because the flow patterns result in the solids being swept off the bottom of the vessel where they might otherwise settle.

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Do all calculations in the SI system of units. 6.27. Prerequisite: familiar with basic programming in either Fortran or C; prior experience with numerical methods and analysis; consent of instructor. All these fluxes must be integrated over the surfaces involved in the inputs and outputs. If the convection coefficient h, is 7.0 W m-’ K-‘, determine the critical radius for 85 percent magnesia (k =0.07 W m-’ K-l) and for steel (k = 45 W m-r K-‘).

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See Figure 12-6 for equilibrium data.33 25. Laboratory experiments in transport phenomena, chemical kinetics, and thermodynamics. Transport Processes and Separation Process Principles, Fourth Edition offers a unified and up-to-date treatment of all these topics. Characterization of particulate solids; rheological properties and behavior of powders; sampling techniques; experimental methods for particle size measurements; statistical analysis of data; structural properties of particles in assemblage; interparticle and surface forces; agglomeration phenomenon and its application in granulation, pelletization and tableting; storage and flow of bulk solids in bins and hoppers; dust explosion.

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The conical surfaces O1 = constant and 0, = constant are held at temperatures TI and T,, respectively. This is because the effect of mass transfer does not usually alter the properties used in the dimensionless groups. For pipe flow, all of the friction is skin friction. We may then regard Y as the ratio of heat transferred in cross flow to that which would be transferred in counterflow. Many chemical engineering graduates become process engineers when they graduate.