CM3110 Transport Processes 1:
Fluid Mehanics and Steady Heat Transfer
Professor Faith A. Morrison
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TR Lecture 
Handnotes from 2019 featured in videos 
Videos (75 min max) Some videos include problem discussions. 

1 
Lecture
1 
Review
of 2019 syllabus up to 25:20 (skip this) Why study fluid mechanics? Quick Start A): MEB Quick Start B): Using calculus in fluid mechanics 
Lect 1 Tues (start at 25:20) 
2 
Lecture 2 
How do fluids flow?
Modeling fluids: How fluids behave? Viscosity, drag, turbulence 
Lect
2 Thurs 
3 
Lecture 34 
Continuum mechanics/Control
Volume (review of Exam 1 2019 begins at 1:05:40) 
Lect
3 Wed (start at 2:20 end at 1:05) 
4 
Lecture
34 Handnotes 
A
first momentum balance: Shell balance for flow down an incline plane 
Lect
4 Mon 
5 
Navier Stokes (Flow down an
incline, redux) NavierStokes handout (Microscopic Momentum Balance) Newtonian Constitutive Equation handout (stress as a function of velocity gradient) Common Boundary Conditions handout Examples for Exam 2 Study Exam 2 page 1 only (exam instructions) 
Lect 5 Tues 

6 
Lecture 56 Handnotes 
Navier Stokes (Poiseuille flow in a tube, i.e. pressuredriven flow in a tube)  Lec 6 Tues 
7 
Lecture 78 
Review
for Exam 2 2019 up to 28:27 (skip this) More Complex Flows, Engineering Quantities of Interest and Exam preparation Supplemental information: TaylorCouette flow on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygW630nzDIg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEqvx0N_txI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTrn1Bu6i8 Vortex flow: Does Coreolis force (due to our location in the rotating frame of reference of the Earth turning) cause a bathtub to drain in a particular direction? National Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films (NCFMF): Look at Vorticity Part 1, starting at 19:48 to see the experiment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loCLkcYEWD4& list=PL0EC6527BE871ABA3&index=9&feature=plpp_video 
Lect 7 Thurs (start at 28:27) 
8 
Lecture 78 Handnotes: tube flow including fluid force on the wall flow through rectangular duct including fluid force on the wall 
(Tuesday section: entirely
review for Exam 2019, answer student questions) (Wed section: partial review for exam 2019; 25:30 starts lecture 8) More Complex Flows, Engineering Quantities of Interest (especially fluid force on the wall) and flow rate 
Exam
Review Tues Lect 8 Wed (start at 25:30) 
9 
Lecture 9 
NonNewtonian
fluids (rheology) (review of exam 2 2019 starts at 49:30) 
Lect
9 Mon (up to 49:30) 
10 
Lecture 10 
Internal
flows/correlations/dimensional analysis More complex flows Rough pipes Noncircular cross sections Flow through packed beds 
Lect
10 Wed 
11 
Lecture 11 
Macroscopic Momentum
balances handouts: Macroscopic momentum balance in rectangular coordinates Solution to Macro Momentum balance problem: force on reducing bend 
Lect 11 Mon 
12 
Lecture 12 
External
flows/correlations/dimensional analysis Drag coefficient for sphere Inverting spherical coordinates 
Lect 12 Wed 
13 
Lecture 13 
Boundary
Layers, Fluidized Beds, Compressible flow Details on incipient fluidization (fluidized bed) (Morrison) Denn's discussion of fluidized beds 
Lect 13 Wed 
14 
Lecture
1415 Handnotes (1D slab) 
Fourier's Law, intro to
Heat Xfer;
conduction in a slab with temperature BC; Newton's law of cooling BCs Monday Exam 3 2019 prep until 27:30) 
Lect 14 Mon (start at 27:30) 
15 
Lecture
1415 Handnotes 1 (1D composite slab) Handnotes 2 (heat xfer coef, slab) 
Fourier's Law, intro to
Heat Xfer;
conduction in a slab with temperature BC; Newton's law of cooling BCs
(heat transfer coefficient, h) 
Lect 15 Wed 
16 
Lecture
16 Handnotes 1 (radial, both BCs) Handnotes 2 (with electrical current) (with laminar flow) 
1D Heat Radial Transfer Newton's law of cooling BC in radial heat conduction Heat transfer resistances in series (lecture supplement on Resistance) 
Lect 16 Mon (Ex3) 
17 
Lecture
17 (as used in video) Lecture 17 (updated 30Nov2020) 
Complex problems;
dimensional analysis; data correlations for heat
transfer coefficient h (forced convection, SiederTate correlations for
forced convection) Student question (2013) on film temperature (natural convection) and bulk mean temperature (forced convection) 
Lect 17 Wed 
18 
Lecture
18 Handnotes (natural convection) 
Complex problems; dimensional analysis; data correlations for heat transfer coefficient h (free convection)  Lect 18 Mon 
19 
Lecture
19 Handnotes (heat exchangers) (heat exchanger effectiveness) 
Applied heat transfer (Heat
exchangers, fouling, overall heat transfer coefficient, U) (Wed: Review of Exam 4 2019 starts at 23:20) 
Lect 19 Wed (Ex4) (up to 23:20) 
20 
Lecture
20 Handnotes (heat exchanger effectiveness) 
Applied heat transfer Evaporators, condensers, heat transfer with phase change 
Lect
20 Mon 
21 
Lecture
2122 Handnotes (radiation Wed radiation Thurs) 
Introduction
to radiation, radiation heat transfer coefficient Applied radiationheat shields 
Lect
21 Wed 
22 
Lecture
2122 
Course
review and homework discussion 
Lect
22 Mon 
23 
Lecture 23 (no slides) 
Course review and final exam
preparation 
Lect
23 Wed 
Tuesday 810am 
Final
Exam (cumulative, fluids and heat transfer) 2015PracticeProblemsInHeatTransfer(Geankoplis).pdf 