King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

CHE 204

Transport Phenomena I

Instructor     :        Dr. M. A. Abul-Hamayel

Office : 16-238

Tel :  3903

Prerequisites       :       CHE 201, MATH 201

## Corequisites      :        MATH 202, CHE 203

Textbook      :        "Fluid Mechanics For Chemical Engineers", By N. de Nevers

Policy            :        2 Major Exams                                  2 x 25%  =       50%

Assignments                                                                 6%

Quizzes                                                                         6%

# Attendance                                                               3%

Final Exam                                                                  35%

Total                                                                 100%

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·          Homework Assignment will be assigned periodically and normally due two days later.

Exam Sched.      :        Exam I             Thursday, June 29, 2000

Exam II            Saturday, July 22, 2000

Class Attendance:

Exceeding 9 unexcused absences from class will award the student a DN grade.

Detailed Course Outline ( number of classes between parenthesis is approximate):

Introduction, Macro and Micro Problem (1 class)

Physical Properties

-     Units and Continuum Hypothesis (1 class)

-     Viscosity, Viscoelastacity and Interfacial Tension (2 classes)

Pipe Flow

-     Dimensional Analysis (2 classes)

-     Smooth Pipe Flow, Newtonian Fluid (2 classes)

-     Power (1 class)

-     Commercial Pipes (1 class)

-     Noncircular Conduits (1 class)

Flow of Particles

-     Flow Paste a Sphere (2 classes)

-     Beds of Particles (3 classes)

Macroscopic Balances

-     Control Volume and Conservation Principles (1 class)

-     Conservation of Mass and Energy (3 classes)

-     Conservation of Linear Momentum and Stream Lines (2 classes)

Application of Macroscopic Balances

-     Losses in Expansion (1 class)

-     Force on a Reducing Bend, and Jet Ejector (2 classes)

-     Flow through an Orifice and Pitot Tube (1 class)

-     Rotameters (1 class)

-     Flow and Pressure Distribution in a Manifold (1 class)

Microscopic Balances

-     Conservation of Mass (1 class)

-     Conservation of Momentum (2 classes)

-     Newtonian Fluid (1 class)

One Dimensional Flow

-     Plane Poiseuille Flow (2 classes)

-     Poiseuille Flow (1 class)

Boundary Layer Approximation

-     Introduction and Ordering Analysis (1 class)

-     Flow over a Flat Plate and Entry Length for Laminar Flow (2 classes)

Turbulence

-     Concepts of Turbulence (1 class)

-     Time Averaging and Reynolds Stresses (1 class)

-     Turbulent Pipe Flow (2 classes)

-     Turbulent Boundary Layer over a Flat Plate and

Energy Length for Turbulent Flow (2 classes)