Transport Phenomena (I)
Course Time: Monday 10:20 – 12:10
Instructor: Sheng-Shih Wang (王勝仕), (02) 33665870, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Location: Chemical Engineering Building, Room 117
Office Hours: TBA
Midterm Exams: 40%
Final Exam: 45%
Homework will be assigned in the class and due at the beginning of next lecture unless otherwise stated. Unless you have made specific arrangements with the grader or have a well-documented emergency no late homework will be accepted. Make-up exams will only be given in the case of a well-documented emergency. Out of courtesy to your fellow students please come to class on time.
This course is to brush up on your understanding of transport phenomena problems, momentum transfer problems in particular. We will talk about the underlying principles as well as theories and their related examples.
1. “Transport Phenomena” by Bird, R.B, Stewart, W.E., and Lightfoot, E.N.
2. “Process Fluid Mechanics” by Denn M. M.
3. “Boundary Layer Theory.” by Schlichting, H.
4. “Transport Phenomena and Material Processing” by Kuo S.
5. “Transport Phenomena in Biological Systems” by Truskey G. A.
1. Review of Mathematical Tools (Vectors and Tensors)
3. Derivations of Conservation Equations (shell balance and equation of changes
4. Unsteady-state one-dimensional flows
5. Low-Reynolds number flows (Creeping Flows)
6. Ideal flow
7. High-Reynolds number flows (Boundary Layer Theory)