by Wiley; Chapman & Hall .
Written in English
|Statement||by! R. Byron Bird, Warren E.Stewart, Edwin N. Lightfoot.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||455|
Transport Phenomena has been revised to include deeper and more extensive coverage of heat transfer, enlarged discussion of dimensional analysis, a new chapter on flow of polymers, systematic Reviews: 4. - The book does a great job of tying together the three broad topics of transport phenomena: momentum transport (fluid dynamics), heat transport, and mass transport. All three of these topics rely on similar equations for many problems, and can be related to each other through simple analogies; BSLK does a great job of showing this to the by: Things only move when they are forced to move! A bicycle only moves when a force is applied in the form of pedaling. A cloud on the sky only moves when a force is applied in the form of a storm or a wind. A soccer ball only flies into the goal net when a force in the form of a beautiful and precise shot from Peter Møller or another great soccer player is applied. Note: While teaching the above topics more stress is to be given on the following unit operations; 1. Transport Phenomena in liquid extraction 2. Transport Phenomena in gas absorption 3. Transport Phenomena in distillation Text Book 1. Transport Phenomena by R. B. Bird, W. E. Stewart & F. W. Lightfoot John Wiley & Sons 2.
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The rate of generation in transport of mass, momentum, and energy is also described. Subsequent chapters detail the application of inventory rate equations at the macroscopic and microscopic levels. This book is intended as an undergraduate textbook for an introductory Transport Phenomena course in . understanding of Transport Phenomena and connect the importance of computational tools in many Chemical Engineering processes. Keywords: Engineering Education, Transport Phenomena, Student Creativity, Hands-on learning. 1. Introduction. Momentum, heat, and mass transfer are the three core concepts involved in Transport Phenomena. In. He is known for his research in Transport phenomena of Non-Newtonian fluids, including fluid dynamics of polymers, polymer kinetic theory, and rheology. He, along with Warren E. Stewart and Edwin N. Lightfoot, is an author of the classic textbook Robert Byron Bird is a Chemical Engineer and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison/5(10). Course synopsis. This course introduces the topic of Transport Phenomena, which involves the development of mathematical models and physical understanding of the transfer of momentum, energy and mass. In this first course, momentum transfer is studied thus involving the motion and deformation of fluids (a.k.a. Fluid Dynamics).