## Transport Phenomena, Volume 1 has been revised to include deeper and more extensive coverage of heat transfer, enlarged discussion of dimensional analysis, a new chapter on flow of polymers, systematic discussions of convective momentum,and energy. Topics also include mass transport, momentum transport and energy transport, which are presented at three different scales: molecular, microscopic and macroscopic. If this is your first look at Transport Phenomena you'll quickly learn that its balanced introduction to the subject of transport phenomena is the foundation of its long-standing success.Transport Phenomena |

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### Contents

Contents | 2 |

Viscosity and the Mechanisms | 11 |

Questions for Discussion | 37 |

The Equations of Change | 75 |

Questions for Discussion | 104 |

Velocity Distributions with More than | 114 |

12 Unsteady Laminar Flow between Two Parallel Plates 117 Ex 4 13 Unsteady Laminar Flow near an Oscillating Plate 120 4 2O Solving Flow Proble... | 183 |

32 Flow into a Rectangular Channel 130 Ex 4 33 Flow near a Corner 131 4 4O Flow near Solid Surfaces by BoundaryLayer Theory 133 Ex 4 41 La... | 197 |

Questions for Discussion | 508 |

23 Estimation of Binary Diffusivity at High | 524 |

17 5O Theory of Diffusion in Colloidal | 531 |

17 9O The MaxwellStefan Equations for Multicomponent | 538 |

18 8O Diffusion in a ThreeComponent | 567 |

18 5 | 580 |

41 Simultaneous Heat and Mass Turbulent Flow | 657 |

Questions for Discussion 605 | 671 |

Polymeric Liquids | 231 |

Questions for Discussion | 258 |

Thermal Conductivity | 265 |

Questions for Discussion | 286 |

Measurement | 309 |

Questions for Discussion | 319 |

The Equations of Change | 333 |

Questions for Discussion | 361 |

Temperature Distributions with More | 374 |

12 2O Steady Heat Conduction in Laminar | 381 |

12 4O Boundary Layer Theory for Nonisothermal | 387 |

Questions for Discussion | 394 |

Temperature Distributions | 407 |

Interphase Transport | 422 |

14 6O Heat Transfer Coefficients for Free and Mixed | 442 |

Problems | 450 |

15 5O Use of the Macroscopic Balances to Solve | 465 |

Questions for Discussion | 474 |

Energy Transport by Radiation | 487 |

16 5O Radiation between Nonblack Bodies at Different | 502 |

20 2O SteadyState Transport in Binary Boundary Bubbles | 687 |

22 7O Effects of Interfacial Forces on Heat and Mass | 699 |

Questions for Discussion | 721 |

23 2O The Macroscopic Momentum and Angular | 738 |

62 Unsteady Operation of a Packed | 753 |

Problems | 759 |

24 3O Concentration Diffusion and Driving Forces | 774 |

24 5O Mass Transport across Selectively Permeable | 785 |

24 6O Mass Transport in Porous Media | 793 |

Problems | 799 |

Appendix A Vector and Tensor Notation | 807 |

Vector and Tensor Differential Operations | 819 |

Vector and Tensor Algebra in Curvilinear | 825 |

Integral Operations in Curvilinear | 839 |

The Kinetic Theory of Gases | 858 |

Functions for Prediction of Transport Properties | 866 |

Notation 872 | 877 |

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About the Authors | 897 |

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