CHE 204 Transport Phenomena I 

Instructor

Name:                 Dr. Nadhir A. Al-Baghli

Office:                 16-235

Tel.:                     1476

Email:                 nabaghli@kfupm.edu.sa

Web Site :          http://users.kfupm.edu.sa/CHE/nabaghli

Office Hours:    SUMTW 12.00-1.00

 

Textbook

Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers by James O. Wilkes, Prentice Hall PTR, New Jersey, USA, 1999.

 

Reference Books

1) Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers by Noel de Nevers, McGraw Hill, NY, 1991.

2) Process Fluid Mechanics by Morton Denn, Printice Hall, New Jersey, 1980.

 

Objective

This course is designed to cover macroscopic and microscopic momentum balances in laminar and turbulent flows including boundary layer flows. This exercise, hopefully, would enable students to describe and design important engineering flow systems

 

Grading Policy:

05 %

Attendance and Class Participation

05%

Assignments

15 %

Quizzes

50 %

Two Major  Examinations

30 %

Final Examination

100 %

Total  

 

Course Outline

Material from

# of Lectures

Topic

Chapter 1

7

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

Chapter 2

9

Mass, Energy and Momentum Balances

Handout

2

Dimensional analysis

Chapter 3

7

Fluid Friction in Pipes

Chapter 4

7

Flow in Chemical Engineering Equipment

Chapter 5

2

Differential Equations of Fluid Mechanics

Chapter 6

7

Solution to Viscous Flow Problems

Chapter 8

5

Boundary Layer Flows

Chapter 11

4

Review and Exams