Analysis of Transport Phenomena by William M. DeenAnalysis of Transport Phenomena by William M. Deen

Analysis of Transport Phenomena

byWilliam M. Deen

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Analysis of Transport Phenomena, Second Edition, provides a unified treatment of momentum, heat, and mass transfer, emphasizing the concepts and analytical techniques that apply to these transport processes. The second edition has been revised to reinforce the progression from simple to complex topics and to better introduce the applied mathematics that is needed both to understand classical results and to model novel systems. A common set of formulation, simplification, and solution methods is appliedfirst to heat or mass transfer in stationary media and then to fluid mechanics, convective heat or mass transfer, and systems involving various kinds of coupled fluxes.FEATURES:* Explains classical methods and results, preparing students for engineering practice and more advanced study or research* Covers everything from heat and mass transfer in stationary media to fluid mechanics, free convection, and turbulence* Improved organization, including the establishment of a more integrative approach* Emphasizes concepts and analytical techniques that apply to all transport processesprovide students with a better foundation for more complicated topics discussed in later chapters
Professor William M. Deen is the Carbon P. Dubbs Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Title:Analysis of Transport PhenomenaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:688 pages, 6.69 × 9.41 × 1.42 inPublished:February 15, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

PrefaceList of Symbols1. Diffusive Fluxes and Material Properties1.1 Introduction1.2 Basic Constitutive Equations1.3 Diffusivities for Energy, Species and Momentum1.4 Magnitudes of Transport Coefficients1.5 Molecular Interpretation of Transport Coefficients1.6 Limitations on Length and Time ScalesReferencesProblems2. Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer2.1 Introduction2.2 General Forms of Conservation Equations2.3 Conservation of Mass2.4 Conservation of Energy: Thermal Effects2.5 Heat Transfer at Interfaces2.6 Conservation of Chemical Species2.7 Mass Transfer at Interfaces2.8 Molecular View of Species ConservationReferencesProblems3. Formulation and Approximation3.1 Introduction3.2 One-Dimensional Examples3.3 Order-of-Magnitude Estimation and Scaling3.4 "Dimensionality" in Modeling3.5 Time Scales in ModelingReferencesProblems4. Solution Methods Based on Scaling Concepts4.1 Introduction4.2 Similarity Method4.3 Regular Perturbation Analysis4.4 Singular Perturbation AnalysisReferencesProblems5. Solution Methods for Linear Problems5.1 Introduction5.2 Properties of Linear Boundary-Value Problems5.3 Finite Fourier Transform Method5.4 Basis Functions5.5 Fourier Series5.6 FFT Solutions for Rectangular Geometries5.7 FFT Solutions for Cylindrical Geometries5.8 FFT Solutions for Spherical Geometries5.9 Point Source Solutions5.10 More on Self-Adjoint Eigenvalue Problems and FFTReferencesProblems6. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics6.1 Introduction6.2 Conservation of Momentum6.3 Total Stress, Pressure and Viscous Stress6.4 Fluid Kinematics6.5 Constitutive Equztions for Viscous Stress6.6 Fluid Mechanics at Interfaces6.7 Force Calculations6.8 Stream Function6.9 Dimensionless Groups and Flow RegimesReferencesProblems7. Unidirectional and Nearly Unidirectional Flow7.1 Introduction7.2 Steady Flow with a Pressure Gradient7.3 Steady Flow with a Moving Surface7.4 Time-Dependent Flow7.5 Limitations of Exact Solutions7.6 Nearly Unidirectional FlowReferencesProblems8. Creeping Flow8.1 Introduction8.2 General Features of Low Reynolds Number Flow8.3 Unidirectional and Nearly Unidirectional Solutions8.4 Stream-Function Solutions8.5 Point-Force Solutions8.6 Particles and Suspensions8.7 Corrections to Stokes' LawReferencesProblems9. Laminar Flow at High Reynolds Number9.1 Introduction9.2 General Features of High Reynolds Number Flow9.3 Irrotational Flow9.4 Boundary Layers at Solid Surfaces9.5 Internal Boundary LayersReferencesProblems10. Forced-Convection Heat and Mass Transfer in Confined Laminar Flows10.1 Introduction10.2 P0clet Number10.3 Nusselt and Sherwood Numbers10.4 Entrance Region10.5 Fully Developed Regionc: 10.6 Conservation of Energy: Mechanical Effects10.7 Taylor DispersionReferencesProblems11. Forced-Convection Heat and Mass Transfer in Unconfined Laminar Flows11.1 Introduction11.2 Heat and Mass Transfer in Creeping Flow11.3 Heat and Mass Transfer in Laminar Boundary Layers11.4 Scaling Laws for Nusselt and Sherwood NumbersReferencesProblems12. Transport in Buoyancy-Driven Flow12.1 Introduction12.2 Buoyancy and the Boussinesq Approximation12.3 Confined Flows12.4 Dimensional Analysis and Boundary-Layer Equations12.5 Unconfined FlowsReferencesProblems13. Transport in Turbulent Flow13.1 Introduction13.2 Basic Features of Turbulence13.3 Time-Smoothed Equations13.4 Eddy Diffusivity Models13.5 Other Approaches for Turbulent-Flow CalculationsReferencesProblems14. Simultaneous Energy and Mass Transfer and Multicompontent Systems14.1 Introduction14.2 Conservation of Energy: Multicomponent Systems14.3 Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer14.4 Introduction to Coupled Fluxes14.5 Stefan-Maxwell Equationsd: 14.6 Generalized Diffusion in Dilute Mixtures14.7 Generalized Stefan-Maxwell EquationsReferencesProblems15. Transport in Electrolyte Solutions15.1 Introduction15.2 Formulation of Macroscopic Problems15.3 Macroscopic Examples15.4 Equilibrium Double Layers15.5 Electrokinetic PhenomenaReferencesProblemsAppendix AVectors and TensorsA.1 IntroductionA.2 Representation of Vectors and TensorsA.3 Vectors and Tensor ProductsA.4 Vector-Differential OperatorsA.5 Integral TransformationsA.6 Position VectorsA.7 Orthogonal Curvilnear CoordinatesA.8 Surface GeometryReferencesAppendix BOrdinary Differential Equations and Special FunctionsB.1 IntroductionB.2 First-Order EquationsB.3 Equations with Constant CoeffecientsB.4 Bessel and Sperical Bessel EquationsB.5 Other Equations with Variable CoefficientsReferencesIndex