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## Contents of Mass Transfer eBook

- Introduction
- The Beginnings of Mass Transfer
- Characteristics of Mass Transfer
- Three Fundamental Laws of Transport Phenomena
- Newton’s Law of Viscosity
- Fourier’s Law of Heat Conduction
- Fick’s Law of Diffusion
- Summary of Phase Equilibria in Gas-Liquid Systems
- References
- Diffusion and Mass Transfer
- Motion of Molecules and Diffusion
- Diffusion Phenomena
- Definition of Diffusional Flux and Reference Velocity of Diffusion
- Binary Diffusion Flux
- Diffusion Coefficients
- Binary Diffusion Coefficients in the Gas Phase
- Multicomponent Diffusion Coefficients in the Gas Phase
- Example
- Solution
- Rates of Mass Transfer
- Definition of Mass Flux
- Unidirectional Diffusion in Binary Mass Transfer
- Equimolal Counterdiffusion
- Convective Mass Flux for Mass Transfer in a Mixture of Vapors
- Mass Transfer From Fundamentals to Modern Industrial Applications Koichi Asano
- Overall Mass Transfer Coefficients
- References
- Governing Equations of Mass Transfer
- Laminar and Turbulent Flow
- Continuity Equation and Diffusion Equation
- Continuity Equation
- Diffusion Equation in Terms of Mass Fraction
- Diffusion Equation in Terms of Mole Fraction
- Equation of Motion and Energy Equation
- The Equation of Motion (Navier–Stokes Equation)
- The Energy Equation
- Governing Equations in Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates
- Some Approximate Solutions of the Diffusion Equation
- Film Model
- Penetration Model
- Surface Renewal Model
- Physical Interpretation of Some Important Dimensionless Numbers
- Reynolds Number
- Prandtl Number and Schmidt Number
- Nusselt Number
- Sherwood Number
- Dimensionless Numbers Commonly Used in Heat and Mass
- Dimensional Analysis
- Principle of Similitude and Dimensional Homogeneity
- Finding Dimensionless Numbers and Pi Theorem
- References
- Mass Transfer in a Laminar Boundary Layer
- Velocity Boundary Layer
- Boundary Layer Equation
- Similarity Transformation
- Integral Form of the Boundary Layer Equation
- Friction Factor
- Temperature and Concentration Boundary Layers
- Temperature and Concentration Boundary Layer Equations
- Integral Form of Thermal and Concentration Boundary Layer
- Equations
- Numerical Solutions of the Boundary Layer Equations
- Quasi-Linearization Method
- Correlation of Heat and Mass Transfer Rates
- Example
- Solution
- Mass and Heat Transfer in Extreme Cases
- Approximate Solutions for Mass Transfer in the Case of Extremely Large
- Schmidt Numbers
- Approximate Solutions for Heat Transfer in the Case of Extremely Small
- Prandtl Numbers
- Effect of an Inactive Entrance Region on Rates of Mass Transfer
- Polynomial Approximation of Velocity Profiles and Thickness of the Velocity Boundary Layer
- Polynomial Approximation of Concentration Profiles and Thickness of the Concentration Boundary Layer
- Absorption of Gases by a Falling Liquid Film
- Velocity Distribution in a Falling Thin Liquid Film According
- to Nusselt
- Gas Absorption for Short Contact Times
- Gas Absorption for Long Exposure Times
- Example
- Solution
- Dissolution of a Solid Wall by a Falling Liquid Film
- High Mass Flux Effect in Heat and Mass Transfer in Laminar Boundary
- Layers
- High Mass Flux Effect
- Mickley’s Film Model Approach to the High Mass Flux Effect
- Correlation of High Mass Flux Effect for Heat and Mass Transfer
- Heat and Mass Transfer in a Laminar Flow inside a Circular Pipe
- Velocity Distribution in a Laminar Flow inside a Circular Pipe
- Graetz Numbers for Heat and Mass Transfer
- Energy Balance over a Small Volume Element of a Pipe
- Material Balance over a Small Volume Element of a Pipe
- Heat and Mass Transfer near the Entrance Region of a Circular Pipe
- Heat Transfer near the Entrance Region at Constant
- Wall Temperature
- Mass Transfer near the Entrance Region at Constant Wall
- Concentration
- Heat and Mass Transfer in a Fully Developed Laminar Flow inside a Circular Pipe
- Heat Transfer at Constant Wall Temperature
- Mass Transfer at Constant Wall Concentration
- Mass Transfer in Wetted-Wall Columns
- Motion, Heat and Mass Transfer of Particles
- Creeping Flow around a Spherical Particle
- Motion of Spherical Particles in a Fluid
- Numerical Solution of the Drag Coefficients of a Spherical Particle in the Intermediate Reynolds Number Range
- Correlation of the Drag Coefficients of a Spherical Particle
- Terminal Velocity of a Particle
- Heat and Mass Transfer of Spherical Particles in a Stationary Fluid
- Heat and Mass Transfer of Spherical Particles in a Flow Field
- Numerical Approach to Mass Transfer of a Spherical Particle in a Laminar Flow
- The Ranz–Marshall Correlation and Comparison with Numerical Data
- Liquid-Phase Mass Transfer of a Spherical Particle in Stokes’ Flow
- Drag Coefficients, Heat and Mass Transfer of a Spheroidal Particle
- Heat and Mass Transfer in a Fluidized Bed Void Function
- Interaction of Two Spherical Particles of the Same Size in a Coaxial
- Mass Transfer of Drops and Bubbles
- Shapes of Bubbles and Drops
- Drag Force of a Bubble or Drop in a Creeping Flow (Hadamard’s Flow)
- Hadamard’s Stream Function
- Drag Coefficients and Terminal Velocities of Small Drops and Bubbles
- Motion of Small Bubbles in Liquids Containing Traces of Contaminants
- Flow around an Evaporating Drop
- Effect of Mass Injection or Suction on the Flow around a Spherical Particle
- Effect of Mass Injection or Suction on Heat and Mass Transfer of a
- Spherical Particle
- Evaporation of Fuel Sprays
- Drag Coefficients, Heat and Mass Transfer of an Evaporating Drop
- Behavior of an Evaporating Drop Falling Freely in the Gas Phase
- Absorption of Gases by Liquid Sprays
- Mass Transfer of Small Bubbles or Droplets in Liquids
- Continuous-Phase Mass Transfer of Bubbles and Droplets in Hadamard Flow
- Dispersed-Phase Mass Transfer of Drops in Hadamard Flow
- Mass Transfer of Bubbles or Drops of Intermediate Size in the Liquid Phase
- Turbulent Transport Phenomena
- Fundamentals of Turbulent Flow
- Turbulent Flow
- Reynolds Stress
- Eddy Heat Flux and Diffusional Flux
- Eddy Transport Properties
- Mixing Length Model
- Velocity Distribution in a Turbulent Flow inside a Circular Pipe and
- Friction Factors
- Universal Velocity Distribution Law for Turbulent Flow inside a Circular Pipe
- Friction Factors for Turbulent Flow inside a Smooth Circular Pipe
- Analogy between Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer
- Reynolds Analogy
- Chilton–Colburn Analogy
- Von Ka’rman Analogy
- Deissler Analogy
- Friction Factor, Heat, and Mass Transfer in a Turbulent Boundary Layer
- Velocity Distribution in a Turbulent Boundary Layer
- Friction Factor
- Heat and Mass Transfer in a Turbulent Boundary Layer
- Turbulent Boundary Layer with Surface Mass Injection or Suction
- Evaporation and Condensation
- Characteristics of Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer
- Mass Transfer with Phase Change
- Surface Temperatures in Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer
- Wet-Bulb Temperatures and Psychrometric Ratios
- Film Condensation of Pure Vapors
- Nusselt’s Model for Film Condensation of Pure Vapors
- Effect of Variable Physical Properties
- Condensation of Binary Vapor Mixtures
- Total and Partial Condensation
- Characteristics of the Total Condensation of Binary Vapor Mixtures
- Rate of Condensation of Binary Vapors under Total Condensation
- Condensation of Vapors in the Presence of a Non-Condensable Gas
- Accumulation of a Non-Condensable Gas near the Interface
- Calculation of Heat and Mass Transfer
- Experimental Approach to the Effect of a Non-Condensable Gas
- Condensation of Vapors on a Circular Cylinder
- Condensation of Pure Vapors on a Horizontal Cylinder
- Heat and Mass Transfer in the case of a Cylinder with Surface
- Mass Injection or Suction
- Calculation of the Rates of Condensation of Vapors on a Horizontal Tube in the Presence of a Non Condensable Gas
- Mass Transfer in Distillation
- Classical Approaches to Distillation and their Paradox
- Tray Towers and Packed Columns
- Tray Efficiencies in Distillation Columns
- HTU as a Measure of Mass Transfer in Packed Distillation Columns
- Paradox in Tray Efficiency and HTU
- Characteristics of Heat and Mass Transfer in Distillation
- Physical Picture of Heat and Mass Transfer in Distillation
- Rate-Controlling Process in Distillation
- Effect of Partial Condensation of Vapors on the Rates of Mass Transfer in Binary Distillation
- Dissimilarity of Mass Transfer in Gas Absorption and Distillation
- Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer Model for Packed Distillation Columns
- Wetted Area of Packings
- Apparent End Effect
- Correlation of the Vapor-Phase Diffusional Fluxes in Binary Distillation
- Correlation of Vapor-Phase Diffusional Fluxes in Ternary Distillation
- Simulation of Separation Performance in Ternary Distillation on a Packed
- Column under Total Reflux Conditions
- Calculation of Ternary Distillations on Packed Columns under Finite Reflux Ratio
- Material Balance for the Column
- Convergence of Terminal Composition
- Cryogenic Distillation of Air on Packed Columns
- Air Separation Plant
- Mass and Diffusional Fluxes in Cryogenic Distillation
- Simulation of Separation Performance of a Pilot-Plant-Scale Air
- Separation Plant
- Industrial Separation of Oxygen- by Super Cryogenic Distillation
- Oxygen- as Raw Material for PET Diagnostics
- A New Process for Direct Separation of Oxygen- from Natural Oxygen
- Construction and Operation of the Plant