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The Resource Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Third Edition

Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Third Edition

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Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Third Edition
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Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Third Edition
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  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Unit Conversion Factors -- Chapter 1: Basic Concepts -- I. Fundamentals -- A. Introduction and Scope -- B. Basic Laws -- C. Experience -- II. Objective -- A. A Note on Problem Solving -- III. Phenomenological Rate or Transport Laws -- A. Fourier's Law of Heat Conduction -- B. Fick's Law of Diffusion -- C. Ohm's Law of Electrical Conductivity -- D. Newton's Law of Viscosity -- 1. Momentum Flux and Shear Stress -- 2. Vectors and Dyads -- 3. Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids -- IV. The "System" -- V. Turbulent Macroscopic (Convective) Transport Models -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 2: Dimensional Analysis and Scale-Up -- I. Introduction -- II. Units and Dimensions -- A. Dimensions -- B. Units -- C. Conversion Factors -- III. Conservation of Dimensions -- A. Numerical Values -- B. Consistent Units -- IV. Dimensional Analysis -- A. Pipeline Analysis -- B. Uniqueness -- C. Dimensionless Variables -- D. Problem Solution -- E. Alternate Groups -- V. Scale-Up -- VI. Dimensionless Groups in Fluid Mechanics -- VII. Accuracy and Precision -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- Chapter 3: Fluid Properties in Perspective -- I. Classification of Materials and Fluid Properties -- II. Determination of Fluid Viscous (Rheological) Properties -- A. Cup and Bob (Couette) Viscometer -- B. Tube Flow (Poiseuille) Viscometer -- III. Types of Non-Newtonian Fluid Behavior -- A. Newtonian Fluid -- B. Bingham Plastic Model -- C. Power Law Model -- D. Structural Viscosity Models -- 1. Carreau Model -- 2. Other Models -- IV. Temperature Dependence of Viscosity -- A. Liquids -- B. Gases -- V. Density -- VI. Surface Tension -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 4: Fluid Statics -- I. Stress and Pressure
  • II. The Basic Equation of Fluid Statics -- A. Constant Density Fluids -- B. Ideal Gas: Isothermal -- C. Ideal Gas: Isentropic -- D. The Standard Atmosphere -- III. Moving Systems -- A. Vertical Acceleration -- B. Horizontally Accelerating Free Surface -- C. Rotating Fluid -- IV. Buoyancy -- V. Static Forces on Solid Boundaries -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- Chapter 5: Conservation Principles -- I. The System -- II. Conservation of Mass -- A. Macroscopic Mass Balance -- B. Microscopic Mass Balance -- III. Conservation of Energy -- A. Internal Energy -- 1. Ideal Gas -- 2. Nonideal Gas -- 3. Solids and Liquids -- B. Enthalpy -- 1. Ideal Gas -- 2. Nonideal Gas -- 3. Solids and Liquids -- IV. Irreversible Effects -- A. Kinetic Energy Correction -- V. Conservation of Linear Momentum -- A. One-Dimensional Flow in a Tube -- B. The Loss Coefficient -- C. Conservation of Angular Momentum -- D. Moving Boundary Systems and Relative Motion -- E. Microscopic Momentum Balance -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- Reference -- Chapter 6: Pipe Flow -- I. Flow Regimes -- II. General Relations for Pipe Flows -- A. Energy Balance -- B. Momentum Balance -- C. Continuity -- D. Energy Dissipation -- III. Newtonian Fluids -- A. Laminar Flow -- B. Turbulent Flow -- 1. Boundary Layer -- 2. Turbulent Momentum Flux -- 3. Mixing Length Theory -- 4. Friction Loss in Smooth Pipe -- 5. Friction Loss in Rough Tubes -- 6. Friction Loss in Rough Pipe -- 7. Wall Roughness -- C. All Flow Regimes -- IV. Power Law Fluids -- A. Laminar Flow -- B. Turbulent Flow -- C. All Flow Regimes -- V. Bingham Plastics -- A. Laminar Flow -- B. Turbulent Flow -- C. All Reynolds Numbers -- VI. Pipe Flow Problems -- A. Unknown Driving Force -- 1. Newtonian Fluid -- 2. Power Law Fluid -- 3. Bingham Plastic -- B. Unknown Flow Rate -- 1. Newtonian Fluid -- 2. Power Law Fluid -- 3. Bingham Plastic
  • C. Unknown Diameter -- 1. Newtonian Fluid -- 2. Power Law Fluid -- 3. Bingham Plastic -- D. Use of Tables -- VII. Tube Flow (Poiseuille) Viscometer -- VIII. Turbulent Drag Reduction -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 7: Internal Flow Applications -- I. Noncircular Conduits -- A. Laminar Flows -- 1. Flow in a Slit -- 2. Flow in a Film -- 3. Annular Flow -- B. Turbulent Flows -- II. Most Economical Diameter -- A. Newtonian Fluids -- B. Non-Newtonian Fluids -- 1. Power Law Fluid -- 2. Bingham Plastic -- III. Friction Loss in Valves and Fittings -- A. Loss Coefficient -- B. Equivalent L/D Method -- C. Crane Method -- D. 2-K (Hooper) Method -- E. 3-K (Darby) Method -- IV. Non-Newtonian Fluids -- V. Pipe Flow Problems with Fittings -- A. Unknown Driving Force -- 1. Newtonian Fluid -- 2. Power Law Fluid -- 3. Bingham Plastic -- B. Unknown Flow Rate -- 1. Newtonian Fluid -- 2. Power Law Fluid -- 3. Bingham Plastic -- C. Unknown Diameter -- 1. Newtonian Fluids -- 2. Power Law Fluid -- 3. Bingham Plastic -- VI. Slack Flow -- VII. Pipe Networks -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 8: Pumps and Compressors -- I. Pumps -- A. Positive Displacement Pumps -- B. Centrifugal Pumps -- II. Pump Characteristics -- III. Pumping Requirements and Pump Selection -- A. Required Head -- B. Composite Curves -- IV. Cavitation and NPSH -- A. Vapor Lock and Cavitation -- B. Net Positive Suction Head -- C. Specific Speed -- D. Suction Specific Speed -- V. Compressors -- A. Isothermal Compressi -- B. Isentropic Compressi -- C. Staged Operation -- D. Efficiency -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 9: Compressible Flows -- I. Gas Properties -- A. Ideal Gas -- B. The Speed of Sound -- II. Pipe Flow -- A. Isothermal Flow -- B. Adiabatic Flow -- C. Choked Flow -- 1. Isothermal -- 2. Adiabatic -- D. The Expansion Factor
  • E. Frictionless Adiabatic Flow -- F. General Fluid Properties -- III. Generalized Gas Flow Expressions: Ideal Gas -- A. Governing Equations -- 1. Continuity -- 2. Energy -- 3. Momentum -- B. Applications -- C. Solution of High-Speed Ideal Gas Problems -- 1. Unknown Driving Force -- 2. Unknown Flow Rate -- 3. Unknown Diameter -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 10: Flow Measurement -- I. Scope -- II. Pitot Tube -- III. Venturi and Nozzle -- IV. Orifice Meter -- A. Incompressible Flow -- B. Compressible Flow -- C. Friction Loss Coefficient -- D. Other Geometries -- V. Orifice Problems -- A. Unknown Pressure Drop -- B. Unknown Flow Rate -- C. Unknown Diameter -- VI. Noninvasive Techniques -- A. Vortex-Shedding Flow Meter -- B. Magnetic Flow Meter -- C. Ultrasonic Flow Meter -- D. The Coriolis Flow Meter -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 11: Safety Relief and Control Valves -- I. Safety Relief Valves -- A. Background -- B. Valve Sizing -- 1. Flow Model -- 2. Fluid Property Model -- 3. Flow Data -- C. Fluid Models -- 1. Incompressible Fluids -- 2. Ideal Gases -- 3. The Homogeneous Direct Integration Method for Any Singleor Two-Phase Flow -- 4. Nonequilibrium (Flashing) Flows -- D. The Discharge Coefficient -- II. Control Valves -- A. Valve Characteristics -- B. Overview of Control Valve Sizing -- C. The Equation Constant -- 1. Incompressible Fluids -- D. Valve Coefficients -- 1. The Valve Sizing Coefficient -- 2. FP: The Piping Geometry Factor -- 3. FL2 (Km): The Liquid Pressure Recovery Factor -- 4. Fd: The Valve Style Modifier -- E. Cavitating and Flashing Liquids -- 1. Introduction -- 2. FF = rc: The Liquid Critical Pressure Ratio -- 3. xT: The Pressure Differential Ratio Factor for a Control Valve without Attached Fittings at Choked Flow -- F. Viscous Fluids -- G. Compressible Fluids
  • 1. Subsonic Flow -- 2. Choked Flow -- H. General (HDI) Method for All Fluids and All Conditions -- I. Valve-System Interaction -- J. Matching Valve Trim to the System -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 12: External Flows -- I. The Drag Coefficient -- A. Stokes Flow -- B. Form Drag -- C. All Reynolds Numbers -- D. Cylinder Drag -- E. Boundary Layer Effects -- II. Falling Particles -- A. Unknown Velocity -- B. Unknown Diameter -- C. Unknown Viscosity -- III. Correction Factors -- A. Wall Effects -- B. Effect of Particle Shape -- C. Drops and Bubbles -- IV. Non-Newtonian Fluids -- A. Power Law Fluids -- 1. Unknown Velocity -- 2. Unknown Diameter -- B. Wall Effects -- C. Carreau Fluids -- D. Bingham Plastics -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 13: Fluid-Solid Separations by Free Settling -- I. Fluid-Solid Separations -- II. Gravity Settling -- III. Centrifugal Separation -- A. Separation of Immiscible Liquids -- IV. Cyclone Separations -- A. General Characteristics -- B. Aerocyclones -- 1. Velocity Distribution -- 2. Pressure Drop -- 3. Separation Efficiency -- 4. Other Effects -- C. Hydrocyclones -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 14: Flow in Porous Media -- I. Description of Porous Media -- A. Hydraulic Diameter -- B. Porous Medium Friction Factor -- C. Porous Medium Reynolds Number -- II. Friction Loss in Porous Media -- A. Laminar Flow -- B. Turbulent Flow -- C. All Reynolds Numbers -- III. Permeability -- IV. Multidimensional Flow -- V. Packed Columns -- VI. Filtration -- A. Governing Equations -- B. Constant Pressure Operation -- C. Constant Flow Operation -- D. Cycle Time -- E. Plate-and-Frame Filter -- F. Rotary Drum Filter -- G. Compressible Cake -- Summary -- Problems -- Notation -- References -- Chapter 15: Fluidization and Sedimentation -- I. Fluidization
  • A. Governing Equations
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