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BITS PILANI, DUBAI CAMPUSINSTRUCTION DIVISIONFirst Semester 2012 – 2013Course Handout (Part – II)Date: 02.09.2012In addition to Part I (General Handout for all courses appended to the Time Table) this portion furtherspecific details regarding the course.Course No. : ME UC331 (3 1 4)Course Title: Transport Phenomena IICourse Instructors : Dr. R. Udayakumar, Dr.Miller JothiInstructor-in-charge : Dr. R. UdayakumarScope and Objective of the Course:This is an extension of the course Transport Phenomena I. This course is designed to make the studentsfamiliar with the concepts of heat and mass transfer and their applications in engineering. As a part of thiscourse, students have to do the experiments through which they can correlate with their theoreticalknowledge on the subject.Course Pre/Co- requisite (if any) & Catalogue / Bulletin Description:Given in the Catalogue 2012 – 2013 CDText book [TB]:i. T1: J.P. Holman, Heat Transfer, McGraw Hill, 2002,9 th Edition.ii. T2: Lecture Notes.Reference book(s) [RB]:i. R1:F. P. Incropera & D. P. Dewitt, Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, John Wiley & Sons,2001, 5 th edition.ii. R2:F. Kreith & M. S. Bohn, Principles of Heat Transfer, Brooks Cole, 2000, 6 th edition.Course Plan / Schedule:S.No. Learning Objectives Topics to be covered1-2 To revise the basicconcepts of transportphenomena3-4 To learn the basics ofconduction heat transfer5-7 To understand theanalysis of onedimensionalsteady stateheat conduction8-10 To understand the heattransfer from extendedsurfaces11-12 To do the analysis ofmultidimensional steadystate heat conduction13-15 To learn heat transferanalysis of unsteady-stateconduction16-18 To learn the principles ofconvection heat transfer19-21 To understand the forcedconvection heat transferfor flow inside ducts22-24 To understand the forcedconvection heat transferfor flow over bodies25-26 To understand the heattransfer analysis of naturalIntroduction to heat and mass transferHeat conduction equation1D steady state heat conductionFinned SurfacesAnalytical and numerical methodsLumped system analysis; analyticalmethods of analysisConcepts and basic relations inconvection heat transferAnalytical solutions and empiricalrelationsAnalytical solution and empiricalrelations for forced convection heattransfer for flow over flat plate,cylinders, spheres and tube banksAnalytical solutions and empiricalcorrelationReference Chap. Sec. inTextbook/ Ref. BookChap 1 (T1)1.1 – 1.2 (T1)2.1 – 2.8 (T1)2.9 – 2.10 (T1)3.1 – 3.2 (T1)3.4 – 3.6 (T1)4.1 – 4.5 (T1)5.1-5.2 (T1)5.10, 5.11, 6.2 (T1)5.4 – 5.9, 5.12, 6.3 – 6.5(T1)7.2 – 7.12 (T1)


convection systems27-28 To understand the basiclaws of radiation29-34 To learn the principles ofradiation heat transfer35-38 To learn the design andanalysis of heatexchangers39-43 To learn the principles ofmass transfer44-45 To learn the principles ofcompressible fluid flowand open channel flowBasic laws and nature of thermalradiationRadiation heat exchange betweensurfaces; radiation shieldsTypes of heat exchangers; LMTD andNTU method of analysisBasics of mass transfer; diffusion ingases, liquids and solids1D compressible flow and openchannel flow8.1-8.3 (T1)8.4 – 8.8, 8.16 – 8.17 (T1)10.1 – 10.6 (T1)11.1 – 11.6(T1)Lecture Notes (T2)Total number of classes planned Total 45List of Lab experiments:1. BERNOULLI’S THEOREM2. DISCHARGE OVER NOTCHES3. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF INSULATIING POWDER4. HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH COMPOSITE WALL5. HEAT TRANSFER IN NATURAL CONVECTION6. EMISSIVITY MEASUREMENT APPARATUS7. UNSTEADY STATE HEAT TRANSFER8. HEAT TRANSFER FROM A PIN FIN9. VAPOR IN AIR DIFFUSION10. SHELL & TUBE HEAT EXCHANGEREvaluation scheme:EC Evaluation Nature of Duration Weightage Date & Time VenueN0 Components Component1 Test-I Closed Book 50 minutes 15% 14.10.12 Su2 Quiz-1 Close book 20 minutes 05 % 05.11.12 M3 Test - 2 Open book* 50 minutes 15 % 09.12.12 Su4 Quiz – 2 / Close book 20 minutes 05 % 19.11.12 MAssignment4 Lab report & Closed Book 15% continuousviva5 Lab compre Closed Book 2 hours 10% To be announced6 Comprehensive Closed Book 3 hours. 35 % 06.01.13 Su (FN)Exam* Only prescribed textbook and hand written notes are allowedGeneral Instructions, Attendance & Make-up Policies, etc: Please refer the Time TableTimings for chamber consultation:<strong>Student</strong>s should contact the Course Instructor in his chamber during the CCH for consultation.(Th3)Notices:All notices will be displayed on the 3 rd year Notice Board.Dr. UdayakumarInstructor – In- ChargeTo be announced laterInstructors’ Contact Details:Dr.R.Udayakumar – Academic Block, Chamber No:274 Contact Tel. No: +9714200700 extn.287, Email:udaya@<strong>bits</strong>-<strong>dubai</strong>.ac.ae Mobile No: +971557521025Dr.Miller Jothi – Academic Block, Chamber No:230 Contact Tel. No: +9714200700 extn.313, Email:millerjothi@<strong>bits</strong>-<strong>dubai</strong>.ac.ae Mobile No: +971552980461

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