Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics 2nd Edition by Ron Darby

Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics by R. Darby

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Contents of Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics

  • BASIC CONCEPTS
  • FUNDAMENTALS
  • A Basic Laws
  • B Experience
  • OBJECTIVE
  • 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
  • THE ‘‘SYSTEM’’
  • TURBULENT MACROSCOPIC (CONVECTIVE) TRANSPORT MODELS
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND SCALE-UP
  • INTRODUCTION
  • UNITS AND DIMENSIONS
  • A Dimensions
  • B Units
  • C Conversion Factors
  • CONSERVATION OF DIMENSIONS
  • A Numerical Values
  • B Consistent Units
  • DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
  • A Pipeline Analysis
  • B Uniqueness
  • C Dimensionless Variables
  • D Problem Solution
  • E Alternative Groups
  • SCALE-UP
  • DIMENSIONLESS GROUPS IN FLUID
  • MECHANICS
  • ACCURACY AND PRECISION
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • FLUID PROPERTIES IN PERSPECTIVE CLASSIFICATION OF MATERIALS AND FLUID
  • PROPERTIES
  • DETERMINATION OF FLUID VISCOUS (RHEOLOGICAL) PROPERTIES
  • A Cup-and-Bob (Couette) Viscometer
  • B Tube Flow (Poiseuille) Viscometer
  • TYPES OF OBSERVED FLUID BEHAVIOR
  • A Newtonian Fluid
  • B Bingham Plastic Model
  • C Power Law Model
  • D Structural Viscosity Models
  • TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF VISCOSITY
  • A Liquids
  • B Gases
  • DENSITY
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • FLUID STATICS
  • STRESS AND PRESSURE
  • THE BASIC EQUATION OF FLUID STATICS
  • A Constant Density Fluids
  • B Ideal Gas—Isothermal
  • C Ideal Gas—Isentropic
  • D The Standard Atmosphere
  • MOVING SYSTEMS
  • A Vertical Acceleration
  • B Horizontally Accelerating Free Surface
  • C Rotating Fluid
  • BUOYANCY
  • V STATIC FORCES ON SOLID BOUNDARIES
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • CONSERVATION PRINCIPLES
  • THE SYSTEM
  • CONSERVATION OF MASS
  • A Macroscopic Balance
  • B Microscopic Balance
  • CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
  • A Internal Energy
  • B Enthalpy
  • IRREVERSIBLE EFFECTS
  • A Kinetic Energy Correction
  • CONSERVATION OF 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
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • PIPE FLOW
  • FLOW REGIMES
  • GENERAL RELATIONS FOR PIPE FLOWS
  • A Energy Balance
  • B Momentum Balance
  • C Continuity
  • D Energy Dissipation
  • NEWTONIAN FLUIDS
  • A Laminar Flow
  • B Turbulent Flow
  • C All Flow Regimes
  • 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
  • PIPE FLOW PROBLEMS
  • A Unknown Driving Force
  • B Unknown Flow Rate
  • C Unknown Diameter
  • D Use of Tables
  • TUBE FLOW (POISEUILLE) VISCOMETER
  • TURBULENT DRAG REDUCTION
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • INTERNAL FLOW APPLICATIONS
  • NONCIRCULAR CONDUITS
  • A Laminar Flows
  • B Turbulent Flows
  • MOST ECONOMICAL DIAMETER
  • A Newtonian Fluids
  • B Non-Newtonian Fluids
  • FRICTION LOSS IN VALVES AND FITTlNGS
  • A Loss Coefficient
  • B Equivalent L=D Method
  • C Crane Method
  • D -K (Hooper) Method
  • E -K (Darby) Method
  • NON-NEWTONIAN FLUIDS
  • PIPE FLOW PROBLEMS WITH FITTINGS
  • A Unknown Driving Force
  • B Unknown Flow Rate
  • C Unknown Diameter
  • SLACK FLOW
  • PIPE NETWORKS
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS
  • PUMPS
  • A Positive Displacement Pumps
  • B Centrifugal Pumps
  • PUMP CHARACTERISTICS
  • PUMPING REQUIREMENTS AND PUMP
  • SELECTION
  • A Required Head
  • B Composite Curves
  • CAVITATION AND NET POSITIVE SUCTION
  • HEAD (NPSH)
  • A Vapor Lock and Cavitation
  • B NPSH
  • C Specific Speed
  • D Suction Specific Speed
  • V COMPRESSORS
  • A Isothermal Compression
  • B Isentropic Compression
  • C Staged Operation
  • D Efficiency
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • COMPRESSIBLE FLOWS
  • GAS PROPERTIES
  • A Ideal Gas
  • B The Speed of Sound
  • PIPE FLOW
  • A Isothermal Flow
  • B Adiabatic Flow
  • C Choked Flow
  • D The Expansion Factor
  • E Ideal Adiabatic Flow
  • GENERALIZED EXPRESSIONS
  • A Governing Equations
  • B Applications
  • C Solution of High-Speed Gas Problems
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • FLOW MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL
  • SCOPE
  • THE PITOT TUBE
  • THE VENTURI AND NOZZLE
  • THE ORIFICE METER
  • A Incompressible Flow
  • B Compressible Flow
  • LOSS COEFFICIENT
  • ORIFICE PROBLEMS
  • A Unknown Pressure Drop
  • B Unknown Flow Rate
  • C Unknown Diameter
  • CONTROL VALVES
  • A Valve Characteristics
  • B Valve Sizing Relations
  • C Compressible Fluids
  • D Viscosity Correction
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • EXTERNAL FLOWS
  • DRAG COEFFICIENT
  • A Stokes Flow
  • B Form Drag
  • C All Reynolds Numbers
  • D Cylinder Drag
  • E Boundary Layer Effects
  • FALLING PARTICLES
  • A Unknown Velocity
  • B Unknown Diameter
  • C Unknown Viscosity
  • CORRECTION FACTORS
  • A Wall Effects
  • B Drops and Bubbles
  • NON-NEWTONIAN FLUIDS
  • A Power Law Fluids
  • B Wall Effects
  • C Carreau Fluids
  • D Bingham Plastics
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • FLUID–SOLID SEPARATIONS BY FREE SETTLING
  • FLUID–SOLID SEPARATIONS
  • GRAVITY SETTLING
  • CENTRIFUGAL SEPARATION
  • A Fluid–Solid Separation
  • B Separation of Immiscible Liquids
  • CYCLONE SEPARATIONS
  • A General Characteristics
  • B Aerocyclones
  • C Hydrocyclones
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • 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
  • PERMEABILITY
  • MULTIDIMENSIONAL FLOW
  • PACKED COLUMNS
  • FILTRATION
  • A Governing Equations
  • B Constant Pressure Operation
  • C Constant Flow Operation
  • D Cycle Time
  • E Plate-and-Frame Filters
  • F Rotary Drum Filter
  • G Compressible Cake
  • PROBLEMS
  • NOTATION
  • REFERENCES
  • FLUIDIZATION AND SEDIMENTATION
  • FLUIDIZATION
  • A Governing Equations
  • B Minimum Bed Voidage
  • C Nonspherical Particles
  • SEDIMENTATION
  • A Hindered Settling
  • B Fine Particles
  • C Coarse Particles
  • D All Flow Regimes
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