DFP1 - Transport Phenomena Analogies

Course specification
Course titleTransport Phenomena Analogies
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      ConditionОблик условљености
      The goalMain aim of course Transport Phenomena Analogies is unified approach to momentum, heat and mass transfer as advanced treatment of the mechanisms and introduction of general (unified) transport properties such as generalized concentration of property, generalized molecular and convective flux, velocity of convective transport. The objective of the course is analysis of existing analogies and establishing new for new systems such as heterogeneous systems.
      The outcomeThe student understand transport phenomena as a unified approach. A study of transport phenomena provides deeper insight into the fundamental processes occurring in the unit operations.
      Contents of lecturesIntroduction to Transport Phenomena; Generalized concentration of property, Generalized molecular and convective flux; Molecular and turbulent mechanisms; General Property Balance; Differential balance of laminar and turbulent flow; Molecular and eddy diffusivity of momentum, heat and mass transfer. ; Boundary layer (continual and discontinual); Momentum, heat and mass concentrations distribution (unified approach); Boundary-layer flow; Momentum, heat and mass boundary-layer thickness. ; Convective transport: Convective transport rate; Relative transport rate; Dimensionless number; Analogy among momentum, mass and heat transfer; Flow past a flat plate. ; Interphase transport analogies. ; ;
      Contents of exercises
      1. Cvijović S., Bošković-Vragolović N., Transpot Phenomena –fluid flow, heat and mass transfer, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade, 2001. (in Serbian)
      2. Brodkey R.S., Hershey H.C., Transport Phenomena, A Unified Approach, McGrow-Hill, 1988
      3. Tosun I., Modelling in transport Phenomena-A Conceptual Approach, Elsevier Science, 2002
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      LecturesExercisesOTCStudy and ResearchOther classes
      Methods of teachingOral presentations; Consultations
      Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
      Pre obligationsPointsFinal examPoints
      Activites during lecturesTest paper60
      Practical lessonsOral examination