# Transport Phenomena I

## Objectives

To understand the fundamental physical principles involved in moment and heat phenomena transport and their mathematical description. To apply this acknowledgment in the design of equipment units used in the chemical industry.

## General characterization

7289

6.0

##### Responsible teacher

Ana Cecília Afonso Roque, José Paulo Barbosa Mota

Weekly - 4

Total - 56

Português

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### Bibliography

- S. Foust, L. A Wenzel, C. W. Clump, L. Maus, L. B. Andersen, “Principles of Unit Operations”, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

- J. M Coulson & J. F. Richardson, “Tecnologia Química”, Volume I , Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian .

- R. S. Brodkey and H. C.Hershey, “Transport Phenomena – A Unified Approach”, 2nd Ed. McGraw Hill, 1989.

- transparencies and set of exercises provided by teaching staff.

### Teaching method

Lectures combine the presentation of the theoretical concepts with the use of slide projection containing schematic illustrations with important aspects related to the subject and the resolution of exercises by the students. Group resolution is encouraged. At the end of each class the problem is solved.

### Evaluation method

The continuous evaluation of the subject consists of :
1. Three individual tests. Each test is assessed by 0 to 20 points.
-1st Test: Momentum transport through molecular mechanism, has a weight of 30% in the final mark.
2nd Test: Momentum transport through turbulent mechanisms: 35% of the final mark.
3rd Test: Heat transport: weight for final mark 35%.

The marks of the tests are rounded to one decimal place. The final mark, rounded to the nearest whole number, must be greater than or equal to 10 points in order to pass the course.
If the student does not pass the continuous assessment or chooses not to take the continuous assessment, he/she will have the right to take the exam. A minimum classification of 10 (9.5) on a scale of 0 to 20 is required.)

## Subject matter

1. Transport Basic Concepts

1.1. The role of transport processes in chemical and biological systems

1.2 Equilibrium and driving forces, rate of transfer

2. Mass, Heat, and Momentum Transport by Molecular Mechanism

2.1 The general molecular transport equation and diffusivities

2.2 Newtonian fluids, non-newtonian fluids, with time dependent and time independent viscosities

3. Turbulent Transport

3.1 The Reynolds experiment,the general transport equation and eddy diffusivity, mechanism ratio analysis, dimensionless groups

3.2 Boundary layers: laminar and turbulent

3.3 Global transfer coefficients

4. Momentum Transport in Incompressible Fluids

4.1 The Bernoulli equation, pressure drops

4.2 Pumping liquids

5. Heat Transport