Transport Phenomena_Momentum, Energy and Mass Transfer

Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer concepts
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On completion of the course, students will be able to apply momentum balance equation for different systems and can solve numericals based on momentum transfer.
On completion of the course, students will be able to apply thermal energy balance equation for different systems and can solve numericals based on energy transfer.
On completion of the course, students will be able to apply mass balance equation for different systems and can solve numericals based on mass transfer.

Requirements

  • Basic laws governing momentum, heat and mass transfer

Description

The course covers the useful information of 3 different types of transfer as momentum, heat and mass transfer. The laws governing these transfers, procedures to solve the derivations based on these 3 transfers and boundary conditions are explained in detail. The numericals based on fluid properties, Newton's law of viscosity, stagnant diffusion based on molar flux expressions have been explained in detail.

Who this course is for:

  • Engineering Students

Course content

3 sections7 lectures1h 48m total length
  • Lecture 1_Fluid, branches of fluid mechanics and fluid properties
    07:01
  • Lecture 2_Numericals based on fluid properties
    08:41
  • Lecture 3_Newtons law of viscosity
    09:19
  • Lecture 4_Numericals based on Newton's law of viscosity
    17:10
  • Lecture 5_ Momentum balance equation, procedure and boundary conditions
    13:39

Instructor

Suyog Jain
  • 4.0 Instructor Rating
  • 7 Reviews
  • 593 Students
  • 1 Course

I am Dr Suyog Jain. I have completed BE (Chemical Engineering) from Pune University and PhD from ICT, Mumbai. I am working as a teaching faculty in Chemical Engineering Department of KKWIEER, Nashik since 2003. I am teaching the subjects of Fluid Mechanics, Transport Phenomena and Process Dynamics and Control.