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UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA FINAL EXAMINATION

COURSE COURSE CODE EXAMINATION TIME

TRANSPORT PHENOMENA CPE523 JANUARY 2013 2 HOURS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES 1. 2. 3. This question paper consists of three (3) questions. Answer ALL questions in the Answer Booklet. Start each answer on a new page. Do not bring any material into the examination room unless permission is given by the invigilator. Please check to make sure that this examination pack consists of i) ii) Hi) the Question Paper a one - page Appendix an Answer Booklet - provided by the Faculty

4.

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO


This examination paper consists of 4 printed pages
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QUESTION 1 (P01,C02, C2.C3)

a) Figure 1 illustrate the buildup to the steady-state and laminar velocity profile for a fluid contained between two plates. Explain briefly the concept of Newton's Law of viscosity by showing the related equation which contributes to transmit the momentum.

Figure 1 Laminar velocity profile (3 marks) b) Figure 2 shows a coating experiment involving a flat photographic film that is being pulled up from a processing bath by rollers with a steady velocity U at an angle G to the horizontal. As the film leaves the bath, it entrains some liquid, and in this particular experiment it has reached the stage where: (a) the velocity of the liquid in contact with the film is vx = U at y = 0, (b) the thickness of the liquid is constant at a value 5, and (c) there is no net flow of liquid (as much is being pulled up by the film as is falling back by gravity). Clearly, if the film were to retain a permanent coating, a net upwards flow of liquid would be needed.

Moving photographic film


Figure 2 Liquid coating on a photographic film
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i) Derive the liquid velocity distribution of the fluid, vx as a function of y using equation of motion. Equations of motions are given in Appendix 1. State your assumptions. (15 marks) ii) Sketch the velocity profile vx by labeling all important features. (2 marks)

QUESTION 2 (P01.C03, C3.C5, C5)

a) A very long rod (circular cross section) initially at 150C is suddenly immersed in a fluid at temperature 30C. The radius of the rod is R. i) Derive the radial temperature profile in the rod as a function r. (10 marks) ii) Justify your assumptions. (6 marks) b) The Schmidt number for a gas at constant pressure usually remains fairly constant over a large temperature range, while the Lewis and Prandtl number changes markedly. Discuss your justification. (4 marks)

QUESTION 3 (P01,C04,C2,C3)

a) The general species A diffusion equation in terms of molar fluxes expressed in Cartesian coordinates is as follows:

A( N

dxK **'

) + A( N

Syv

Ay/

) + A( N
Szv
NL)

) + ^ _ R A .o
St

Simplify the above equation for steady state, one dimensional diffusion with no homogeneous reactions. (4 marks)

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b) An air supply is transported through a porous iron pipe submerged in water as shown in Figure 3. The air, specifically the oxygen in the air, diffuses through the pipe wall to the outer surface of the pipe with diffusivity 2>. Develop a following model for the steady-state diffusion of the oxygen through the pipe wall, providing an expression for the oxygen concentration as a function of radial position with oxygen concentration in the pipe wall is Cf| at r = n and Ch at r = r2.

C r2 C
Wl

In

-C
W2

Water

Air

Water

Figure 3 Porous iron pipe (16 marks)

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APPENDIX 1

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The Equation of Motion for a Newtonian Fluid with Constant p and u

[pDv/Dt Cartesian coordinates dvr dt dv,


+ v.

= -{V-p)+V2\/

+ pg]

{x,y,z): dv. + v. dz dv ^
y

dvr

& ' + v ' dy fay dV


y

d2v, d2vx d2vr dp - + ju + 2r- + - 2 + Pg* dx dx2 dy dz d2v., d2v dp + = - + ju dx1 dy1
dy

dv y dt dv,
x

d2v, dz1 d2v, dz1 + Pg; + Pg>

dx

dyy + v

y dz

dv, dv, dv. - + v - + v. + v. dt dx dy dz

dp
dz

d2v, +M dx2

d2v,
+-

dy2

Cylindrical coordinates

(r,0,z):
2 v \

dt

+ v.

dv. dr

va dv. dvr - + v. r dO dz

dp dr+

dfld, A 1 d2vr d2vF -(rvr) + f +- 2 r2 dO2 dz dr r dr

2 dv. r2 dO

dVff dt

dv dr

va dv, r 86

\ foe , * v.v, r*e = dz r

+M dr\rdr rdO

1 dp

1 d2ve
+

d2ve dz
2

2 dvr r2 dO

'r ~dB

r+

(dv2 {8t

dvz dr

- + Vr- +

v dv, 9

i-

dv, 2
dz )

dp
dz

+ H LJL

r dO

r dr

dvA dr,

+ 2

82v, 1 8- v. + + Pg: dz2 802

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