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# Module Outline 2012-2013

Module Code: Title: Weighting: Year of Study: Pass mark: Aims: CEFM209 Department: Chem. Engg. Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics 3 credits Coordinator: Rachid Babaa 2 Other lecturers: Hella Tokos 40% The aims of this course is to (i) formulate chemical-engineering fluids problems in mathematical terms by employing the appropriate balances and/or correlations, (ii) to solve the resulting equations using an appropriate solution method, (iii) to analyse experimental and theoretical results in both a qualitative and quantitative manner (vi) to provide basic methods for the analysis of a variety of problems encountered in practical chemical engineering situations On completion, the students will be expected to be able to: Apply fluid mechanics knowledge to the chemical engineering systems. Apply fluid mechanics knowledge to chemical engineering equipment operation, performance, sizing, and selection.

Learning Outcomes:

Synopsis: Review of basic Fluid Mechanics Introduction to turbulence Viscous flow in a pipe/duct: Head loss, friction factor, frictional loss in high Reynolds no. flow, Effect of wall roughness, the Moody chart, illustration by examples Losses in pipe systems: pipe entrance/exit, expansion/contraction, Fittings, valves Pumps and Compressors: Pump types and characteristics, isothermal compression, isentropic compression, Staged operation, efficiency Compressible flows: Isothermal flow, adiabatic flow, choked flow Fluid Meters: Local velocity measurement, volume flow measurement, thin-plate orifice, flow nozzle, venture meter Flow through packed and fluidized beds Flow in porous media Notions of rheometry: Rheology, Strain, strain rate, solids and fluids, the circular cylindrical rheometer Introduction to CFD Mixing and chemical reactions: Characterization of the mixture, dynamics of mixing, diffusion and

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## Module Outline 2012-2013

chemical reactions, macromixing, micromixing, stirring, emulsions and foams Flows and Chemical Reactions: Reactive mixtures, fuels and combustion, theoretical and actual combustion processes, enthalpy of combustion, first law analysis of reacting systems, adiabatic flame temperature Notions of nanofluids: Elaboration, characterisation methods, thermo-physical properties. Applications of nanofluids Textbooks: Mathieu Mory, Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineering. Wiley (2011). Ron Darby, Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics, second Edition (2001). Marcel Dekker, Inc. B.S. Massey revised by John Ward-Smith, Mechanics of Fluids, Taylor & Francis 8th Edition (2005). Roger Prudhomme, Flows and Chemical Reactions Willey (2012). Sarit K. Das, Stephen U. Choi, Wenhua Yu, T. Pradeep Nanofluids, Science and Technology, Wiley (2007).

Contact Time:

Lecturers:24 hours in total (12 sessions of 2 hours) Tutorials: 8 hours in total (1 hours/week) in groups no greater than 20 students. 4 labs, each 4 hours Coursework: 3 written tests, 4 tutorial sheets each with 10 questions

Examination: 3 hours Breakdown: 3 in-class tests: 15%, lab reports: 15%, homework (tutorials):10%, final exam: 60%

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