New PDF release: Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineering

By Mathieu Mory

ISBN-10: 184821281X

ISBN-13: 9781848212817

The booklet goals at offering to grasp and PhD scholars the elemental wisdom in fluid mechanics for chemical engineers. functions to blending and response and to mechanical separation strategies are addressed.

The first a part of the e-book offers the foundations of fluid mechanics utilized by chemical engineers, with a spotlight on international theorems for describing the habit of hydraulic structures. the second one half bargains with turbulence and its software for stirring, blending and chemical response. The 3rd half addresses mechanical separation techniques via contemplating the dynamics of debris in a move and the procedures of filtration, fluidization and centrifugation. The mechanics of granular media is ultimately discussed.

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Determine the pressure field. 3. Determine the head at every point in the liquid. Which term causes the head loss in the flow along a streamline? 4. Determine the friction stress exerted by the flow on the solid wall. Part 2 – Use of the Navier–Stokes equations 1. Write out the Navier–Stokes equation for the ux velocity component (along Ox), using the assumptions made about the kinematics of the flow and the results established in the first part? 2. Write out the boundary conditions on the bottom (z = 0) and at the free surface (z = h).

If the area Sc of the separation zone is known, mass conservation makes it possible to infer the velocity Uc, in the restriction. In the hatched zone corresponding to the restriction, the particles maintain their energy. Bernoulli’s theorem, applied between sections S2 and Sc, provides the pressure in the contracted section. Lastly, the momentum theorem, applied to the hatched domain, provides an estimate of the force applied by the flow on the end wall SF. 8(b), reverting to Borda’s calculation described earlier and applying it to the expansion between Sc and S1.

3. Determine the velocity profile, ux(z)? 50 Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineering 4. Calculate the friction stress exerted on the bottom by the flow, using a method other than the one used in Question 4 of Part 1? 5. Calculate height h as a function of the flow rate Q injected by unit width? V: Impact of a jet on a sloping plate Consider, in a two-dimensional configuration, a jet of water that impinges on a flat plate defining an angle α with the direction of the incident flow (the jet impinges perpendicularly on the plate when α = π/2).

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