CH2203 Fluid Mechanics Dr.S.Sivaraja / Mr.C.Muthuraj

Mechanics

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Unit syllabus:

INTRODUCTION

Nature of

fluids
-

laws of dimensional homogeneity

Physical properties of fluids

Types of
fluids
-
Newtonian and Non Newtonian fluids
-

viscosity and other secondary properties

Compressible and incompressible fluids
-
hydrostatic pressure distributions
-

laws of bu
oyancy
Pressure measurements manometers
.

Objective:

To impart basic fundamentals about fluid mechanics

and the properties of fluids.

Session

No

Topics to be covered

Time

(mins)

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Teaching
Aids

1.

Introduction

50

1,2&3

BB & Chalk

2.

Nature of Fluids

50

1,2&3

BB & Chalk

3.

Laws of Dimensional Homogeneity

50

1,2&3

BB & Chalk

4.

Physical Properties of fluids

50

1,2&3

BB & Chalk

5.

Types of fluids
-

Newtonian and Non Newtonian

50

1 &
4

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6.

Viscosity and other secondary properties

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an搠fnc潭灲essible flui摳

ㄠ1
4

BB & Chalk

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㈦3

BB & Chalk

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㈦3

BB & Chalk

mressure Measurements

Man潭eters

ㄠ1R

BB & Chalk

㄰1

oeview

ㄬ㈦3

BB & Chalk

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Sub Code & Name :
CH2203 FLUID MECHANICS

Unit:
I

Branch: Chemical Engineering Semester :III

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Unit syllabus:

KINEMATICS OF FLUID FLOW

Velocity potent
ial, concept of boundary layer, form drag, skin drag
-
Drag coefficient
-
Continuity,
momentum and mechanical energy equations; Laminar and turbulent flow through closed
conduits, velocity profiles and friction factor for smooth and rough pipes.

Objective:

T
o introduce the concept
of boundary

layer and the types of fluid flow.

Session

No

Topics to be covered

Time

(mins)

Ref

Teaching
Aids

11.

Velocity Potential

50

2,3&
6

BB & Chalk

12.

Concept of Boundary layer

50

1,3&
6

BB & Chalk

13.

Types of drag

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ragⰠs歩n 摲ag

ㄦ2

BB & Chalk

ㄴ1

arag c潥fficient

ㄦ2

BB & Chalk

ㄵ1

C潮tin畩tyⰠ m潭ent畭 an搠mechanical energy
e煵ati潮s

ㄦ2

BB & Chalk

ㄶ1

iaminar an搠Tur扵lent fl潷 thr潵gh cl潳e搠c潮摵its

㌦R

BB & Chalk

ㄷ1

sel潣ity 灲潦iles f潲 sm潯o
h an搠r潵gh 灩灥s

㌦R

BB & Chalk

ㄸ1

cricti潮 fact潲 f潲 sm潯oh an搠r潵gh 灩灥s

㌦R

BB & Chalk

ㄹ1

oeview

㈬㌦
S

BB & Chalk

㈰2

CAT I

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Sub Code & Name :
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Unit:
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Unit syllabus:

DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND MEASUREMENT OF FLUID FLOW

The principle of dimensional homogeneity
-

the Pi
-
theorem
-

relationsh
ip between dimensional
analysis and similitude
-

use of dimensional analysis for scale up studies
-
Orifice meter,
Venturimeter, Pitot tube, Rota meter, Weirs and notches
-

Principles and applications of Doppler
effect in flow measurement.

Objective:

To mak
e the students understand dimensional analysis and similitude

and the flow measuring
devices.

Session

No

Topics to be covered

Time

(mins)

Ref

Teaching
Aids

21.

The principle of dimensional homogeneity
-

the Pi
-
theorem

50

1,2&3

BB & Chalk

22.

Relationship

between dimensional analysis and
similitude

50

2&3

BB & Chalk

23.

Use of dimensional analysis for scale up studies

50

2&3

BB & Chalk

24.

Problems on Dimensional Analysis

50

1,2&3

BB & Chalk

25.

Orifice meter

50

1,2&3

BB & Chalk

26.

Venturimeter

50

3 &
5

BB & Chalk

27.

Pitot tube & Rotameter

50

3 &5

BB & Chalk

28.

Weirs and notches

50

3 &5

BB & Chalk

29.

Principles and applns of Doppler effect in flow
measurement.

50

3 &5

BB & Chalk

30.

Review

50

1,2&3

BB & Chalk

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UID MECHANICS

Unit:
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Unit syllabus:

VISCOUS FLOW IN DUCTS AND BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW

Reynolds
’s number regimes, internal versus external viscous flow, flow in circular pipe
-

loss, minor losses in pipe systems and multiple
-
pipe systems
-

functions and pressure drag
-

flow
through packed and fluidized beds.

Objective:

T
o

educate the students

Session

No

Topics to be covered

Time

(mins)

Ref

Teaching
Aids

3
1.

Reynold’s number regimes

3
&
R

䉂B& 䍨alk

3

䥮te牮al ve牳us exte牮al viscous 晬ow

1,3&
5

BB & Chalk

3
3.

Tutorial

50

1

&

3

BB & Chalk

3
4.

Flow in ci
rcular pipe

1 & 5

BB & Chalk

3
5.

minor losses in pipe systems

multiple pipe system

1 & 5

BB & Chalk

3
6.

Pressure drag

50

1 & 5

BB & Chalk

3
7.

Flow through fixed beds

50

1

&

3

BB & Chalk

3
8.

Flow through fluidized beds

50

1

&

3

BB &
Chalk

3
9.

Review

50

1,3
&
5

BB & Chalk

4
0.

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Unit:
IV

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Unit syllabus:

FLOW MEASUREMENT AND TUBRO MACHINERY

Fluid moving machinery performance
-

selection and specification; Air lift and diaphragm pump

positive displacement pump

reciprocating and rotary pumps

centrifugal pump; pump
characteristics. Fans, blowers and compressors

steam jet ejector.

Objective:

To give theory background to flow measurement and turbo machinery.

Session

No

Topics to be covered

Time

(mins)

Ref

Teaching
Aids

41.

Fluid moving machinery performance
-

sel
ection and
specification

50

1,7&8

BB &
Chalk

42.

Air lift and diaphragm pump

50

1,7&8

BB &
Chalk

43.

Positive displacement pump

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ㄬ㜦8

BB &
Chalk

㐴4

o潴ary 灵m灳

ㄬ㜦8

BB &
Chalk

㐵4

centrif畧al 灵m瀻 灵m瀠 characteristics

ㄬ㜦8

BB &
Chalk

㐶4

cans an搠Bl潷ers

ㄬ㜦8

BB &
Chalk

㐷4

C潭灲ess潲s

ㄬ㜦8

BB &
Chalk

㐸4

pteam jet eject潲

ㄬ㜦8

BB &
Chalk

㐹4

oeview

ㄬ㜦8

BB &
Chalk

㔰R

CAT III

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Unit:
V

Branch: Chemical Engineering

Semester :III

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Course Delivery Plan:

Week

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

Units

I

II

C
A
T
1

III

IV

C
A
T
2

V

C
A
T
3

References:

1.

Mc
Cabe.W.L., Smith.J.C., and Harriot.P, Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering, McGraw Hill
Inc, Sixth Edition, 2000

2.

Noel de Nevers, Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers, Mcgraw Hill, II Ed

3.

Coulson J.M. and Richardson J.E.., Chemical Engineering, Vol. 1
(3
rd

Edition) Pergamon Press.

4.

Shames,I.H., Mechanics of Fluids, McGraw Hill Inc, III Edition, 1992

5.

White,F.M., Fluid Mechanics, McGraw Hill Inc, III Edition, 1999

6.

Daughenty, R.L., Franzini, J.B and Finnemore, E.J., “Fluid Mechanics with Engineering
Applica
tions”, SI metric Edn., McGraw
-
Hill Book Company, 1989.

7.

Darby, R. Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Marcel Dokker, 1998.

8.

Vennarol, J.K., Street, R.L. Elementary Fluid Mechanics. 6
th

Edition John Wiley & Sons. 1982.

Prepared by

Approved by

Signature

Name

C. MUTHURAJ / Dr. S. SIVARAJA

Dr

R.PARTHIBAN

Designation

Assistant
Professor
, CH

CH

Date

29
th

June
, 201
2

29
th

June, 2012

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Branch: Chemical Engineering Semester :III