Transport Phenomena

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John Wiley & Sons, 2007 - Science - 905 pages
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Transport Phenomena 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.
 

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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
Subject Index
885
About the Authors
897
Copyright

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About the authors R. Byron Bird is Vilas Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a coauthor of Dynamics of Polymeric Liquids, 2nd Edition, Volume 2 (Wiley 1987), Molecular Theory of Gases and Liquids, (Wiley, 1954), Transport Phenomena, (Wiley, 1960), and several other books. He received his BS in chemical engineering at the University of Illinois in 1947, and his PhD in physical chemistry at the University of Wisconsin in 1950. Robert C. Armstrong is Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a coauthor of Dynamics of Polymeric Liquids, 2nd Edition, Volume 2 (Wiley, 1987). He received his BChE at Georgia Institute of Technology in 1970 and his PhD at the University of Wisconsin in 1973. Ole Hassager is Lektor at the Danmarks tekniske Hojskole in Lyngby, Denmark. He is a coauthor of Dynamics of Polymeric Liquids, 2nd Edition, Volume 2 (Wiley, 1987). He received his MSc in chemical engineering at the Danmarks tekniske Hojskole in 1970 and his PhD in chemical engineering at the University of Wisconsin in 1973.

The Late Warren E. Stewart, PhD, was a professor of chemical engineeringat the University of Wisconsin-Madison, published numerous research articles, coauthored the landmark textbook Transport Phenomena, and was the recipient of many awards from AIChE, ACS, ASEE, and the University of Wisconsin. He was a fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and a member of the National Academy of Engineering.

Michael Caracotsios, PhD, is a Senior Modeling and Optimization Specialist in research and development at UOP LLC, a company that has been delivering cutting-edge technology to the petroleum refining, gas processing, petrochemical production, and other major manufacturing industries for over ninety years. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Northwestern University.

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