Special Theoretical Topics from Momentum, Mass and Heat Transfer
Code  Completion  Credits  Range 

W18T002  ZK  60P+0C 
 Lecturer:
 František Rieger (guarantor)
 Tutor:
 František Rieger (guarantor)
 Supervisor:
 Department of Process Engineering
 Synopsis:

Basic equations of transport phenomena. Momentum transfer. Unidirectional flows. Two dimensional flows. Inspection analysis of NavierStokes equations. Approximate methods of solution. Creeping flow. Ideal flow. Boundary layer flow. Integral averaging. Heat transfer. Inspection analysis of the FourierKirchhoff equation. Heat conduction with more variables. Convection heat transfer  Graetz solution and Léveque approximation. Mass transfer. Diffusion equation. Similarity of heat and mass transfer.
 Requirements:
 Syllabus of lectures:

1.Exact solution of N.S.equation  unidirectional flows. Flow in slit.
2.Flow in rectangular tube  velocity profile, flow rate, friction factor. Asymptotic relations.
3.Flow in tubes with circular and eliptic cross sections. Development of flow in tubes.
4.Flow of Newtonian fluid in tube of variable cross section and between discs.
5.Film flow of powerlaw fluids  profile of shear stress, velocity profile, flow rate.
6.Rotational rheometry. Stream function.
7.Creeping flow around sphere  velocity and pressure distribution, force.
8.Potential flow. Ideal flow around cylinder  stream function, velocity and pressure distribution.
9.Boundary layer flow  exact solution.
10.Boundary layer flow  solution of integral equation.
11.Heat conduction in fin. Unsteady heat conduction in semiinfinite space.
12.Unsteady heat conduction in slab and cylinder.
13.Heat convection in tube  Leveque solution.
14.Temperature boundary layer. Analogy between heat and mass transfer.
 Syllabus of tutorials:
 Study Objective:
 Study materials:

Šesták J., Rieger F.: Přenos hybnosti, tepla a hmoty. Skriptum ČVUT.
Šesták J., Rieger F.: Přenos hybnosti, tepla. Skriptum ČVUT.
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