CHEN 2610 - TRANSPORT I (3) Required Core Course 2009-2010 Catalog Data Lec (3).

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CHEN 2610
-

TRANSPORT I

(3)

Required Core Course



2009
-
2010 Catalog Data

Lec (3).
Introducti on to fl ui d stati cs and dynami cs; di mensi onal analysis; compressi ble
and i ncompressi bl e fl ows; desi gn of fl ow systems; i ntroducti on to fl ui d
-
sol ids transport
i ncl udi ng fl uidizati on, fl ow through process medi a and mul ti phase fl ows.


Prerequisites

Pr: MATH 2630 or MATH 2637, PHYS 1600 or PHYS 1607, and compl eti on of CHEN 2100
wi th grade of C or better;
P/C
: ENGR 2010


Schedule

Three one
-
hour cl ass sessions per
we
ek
.


Course Objectives

Thi s course i ntroduces students to fl ui d dynami cs and the processes and phenomena
associ ated wi th fl ui d and fl ui d
-
solid transport. Students l earn and empl oy the concepts
and equati ons for fl owi ng systems i mportant to chemi cal and bi
ol ogi cal processes.

Textbooks

Crowe
,
Engi neeri ng Fl ui d Mechani cs
,
9e
,
2008
,
9780470420867
,
Wi ley


Topics Covered

1.

Introducti on to fl ui d dynami cs (1
week
)

2.

Fl ui d stati cs (1
week
)

3.

Fl owi ng fl ui ds (2
week
s)

4.

Control vol ume approach (1
week
)

5.

Momentum i n fl ui d
systems (1
.67

weeks
)

6.

Energy i n fl ui d systems (1
week
)

7.

Di mensi onal anal ysi s and si mi l i tude (
0.67

week
)

8.

Surface resi stance and drag (
1.67

week
s)

9.

Fl ow through condui ts (2
week
s)

10.

Speci al topi cs (1
week
)

11.

Desi gn and probl em sol vi ng i n fl ui d transport systems (1
week
, duri ng
week
s 3, 7, and 11)

12.

Exams

(1
week
, 3 exams gi ven
weeks

5, 9, 1
4
)


Course Outcomes:
Upon successful compl eti on of thi s course, students shoul d be abl e to:

1.

Empl oy the hydrostati c equati on to cal culate the pressure and resul ti ng forces acti ng on

submerged
objects.

2.

Sol ve probl ems i nvol vi ng manometry concepts.

3.

Sol ve probl ems i nvol vi ng buoyancy concepts.

4.

Sol ve probl ems i nvol vi ng absolute and gauge pressure concepts.

5.

Sol ve probl ems i nvol vi ng mass fl ow rate, vol umetri c fl ow rate, vel oci ty profi l
e, and average vel oci ty
concepts.

6.

Empl oy the conti nui ty equati on for steady fl ow to cal culate fl ow rates i n condui ts of constant and varyi ng
cross secti on i ncl uding branched fl ow.

7.

Expl ai n the concepts of Newtoni an and non
-
Newtoni an fl ui d, vi scosity, l ami
nar and turbul ent fl ow, shear,
shear stress, shear rate, fl ui d momentum.

8.

Devel op force and momentum bal ances i n potenti al fl ow and vi scous fl ow si tuati ons.

9.

Cal cul ate the fri cti on factor and l osses for l ami nar and turbul ent fl ow i n pi pe usi ng the fri cti on factor pl ot
and appropri ate equati ons.

10.

Cal cul ate the mechani cal energy l oss due to fri cti on i n a pi pi ng system contai ni ng vari ous ki nds of val ves
and fi tti n
gs.

11.

Empl oy a mechani cal energy bal ance to cal cul ate fl ow rates, pi pe si zes, power requi rements, and pump
si zes for speci fi c pi pi ng confi gurati ons.

12.

Descri be the characteri stics of centri fugal and posi ti ve di splacement pumps, and usi ng pump curves sel ect

an appropri ate pump to del i ver a speci fi ed fl ow rate.

13.

Empl oy the concept of di mensi onal analysis to devel op di mensi onl ess numbers used i n fl ui d mechani cs.

14.

Expl ai n the concepts of a boundary l ayer, ski n drag, and form drag.

15.

Cal cul ate the drag on a subme
rged object of si mpl e shape i n a fl owi ng fl ui d usi ng drag coeffi ci ent
correl ati ons.

16.

Expl ai n the concepts of porosi ty, voi d fracti on, speci fi c vol ume, speci fi c surface area, parti cle equi val ent
di ameter.

17.

Cal cul ate pressure drop or fl ow rate for fl ow throu
gh packed beds i n vari ous fl ow regi mes.


Contribution of Course to Meeting ABET Criteria 5 (Curriculum)

Math and Basic Sciences

Engineering Topics

General Education

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Date of Preparation and

Person(s)
Preparing
This Description
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February 5,

20
10: El i zabeth A. Li pke