By William M. Deen

ISBN-10: 0195084942

ISBN-13: 9780195084948

An amazing textual content for graduate point classes in shipping phenomena for chemical engineers, *Analysis of shipping Phenomena* offers a unified remedy of momentum, warmth, and mass move, emphasizing the strategies and analytical options that practice to all of those delivery methods.

the 1st few chapters identify the instruments wanted for later analyses whereas additionally overlaying warmth and mass move in desk bound media. The similarities one of the molecular or diffusive shipping mechanisms--heat conduction, diffusion of chemical species, and viscous move of momentum--are highlighted. Conservation equations for scalar quantites are derived first mostly shape, after which used to acquire the governing equations for overall mass, strength, and chemical species. The scaling and order-of-magnitude innovations that are the most important in modeling also are brought. definite key tools for fixing the differential equations in delivery difficulties, together with similarity, perturbation, and finite Fourier remodel thoughts, are defined utilizing conduction and diffusion difficulties as examples.

Following chapters are dedicated to fluid mechanics, starting with primary equations for momentum move after which discussing unidirectional move, approximately unidirectional (lubrication) circulate, creeping movement, and laminar boundary layer move. Forced-convection warmth and mass move in laminar circulate, multicomponent strength and mass move, loose convection, and turbulence also are lined. The appendix summarizes vector and tensor operations and family members related to a number of coordinate platforms.

according to two decades of educating and vast category trying out, *Analysis of delivery Phenomena* deals scholars either broad assurance of the subject and inclusion of recent examples from bioengineering, membrane technology, and fabrics processing. it really is mathematically self-contained and is usually certain in its therapy of scaling and approximation suggestions and its presentation of the finite Fourier remodel procedure for fixing partial differential equations.