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Course Name
Turkish
Isı ve Kütle Aktarımı
English
Heat and Mass Transfer
Course Code
KMM 305E
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester
5
4
4


Course Language
English
Course Coordinator
Şerife Birgül Ersolmaz
Course Objectives
1. To introduce the terminology and the basic principles of heat and mass transfer.
2. To train students to identify and describe appropriate transport phenomena (fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer) for any process or system involving heat and mass transfer (in engineering and everyday life).
3. To show students how to use required inputs for computing heat and mass transfer rates and/or material (solid, liquid, gas) temperatures and/or mixture concentrations.
4. To show students how to develop representative models of real processes and systems and draw conclusions concerning process/systems design or performance from the related analyses.
5. To provide experience to work in teams.
Course Description
Basic concepts of heat transfer. Heat conduction equation. Steady heat conduction: Resistance approach, fins. Transient heat conduction. Forced convection. Natural convection. Heat exchangers. Basic concepts of mass transfer. Analogy between heat and mass transfer. Diffusion in gases, liquids, and solids. Steady mass transfer. Unsteadystate mass transfer. Mass convection and mass transfer coefficients. Mass transfer with reaction. Analogies for friction, heat transfer and mass transfer coefficients.
Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Define, describe, and apply the basic concepts (terminology, modes and equations) of (a) conduction, convection and radiation heat transfer and (b) diffusion and convection mass transfer.
2. (a) Apply laws of conservation of energy to thermal systems and heat transfer problems involving conduction, radiation, and/or convection heat transfer. (b) Similarly, apply laws of mass conservation to mass transfer problems involving diffusion and/or convection mass transfer.
3. Formulate and solve steadystate onedimensional (a) conduction heat transfer (including fins) and (b) mass transfer (reaction with diffusion) problems to calculate the temperature and concentration distributions and heat and mass transfer rates, and evaluate the significance of results.
4. Formulate and solve transient onedimensional heat conduction and mass transfer problems in different geometries using lumped system approach or oneterm approximation of separation of variables solution; and in large mediums using similarity variable.
5. Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of the relationship between fluid flow and convection heat and mass transfer and apply empirical correlations for (a) forced and free (natural) convection heat and (b) mass transfer to determine values for the convection heat and mass transfer coefficients and calculate heat and mass transfer rates.
6. Determine engineering design quantities (power requirements, insulation thickness, cost, etc.) required for design of thermal engineering devices and systems and apply engineering judgment.
7. Analyze and design heat exchangers to calculate heat transfer area and the outlet temperatures of the hot and cold streams.
8. Apply analogies between momentum, heat, and mass transfer to calculate relevant transfer coefficients.
9. Work as a member of a team to solve heat and transfer problems in chemical engineering.
Prerequisite(s)
KMM211, KMM220 veya KMM224 (min. DD)
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook
Fundamental of Heat and Mass Transfer (8th edition), by F. P. Incropera and D. P. Dewitt, T. L. Bergman, A. S. Lavine, John Wiley & Sons, NY, 2017.
Other References
1. Yunus A. Çengel and Afshin J. Ghajar, Heat and Mass Transfer: Fundamentals and Applications, Fifth Edition, McGraw Hill, NY, 2014.
2. Transport Phenomena by B. R. Bird, W. E. Stewart and E. N. Lightfoot, 2nd Ed., John Wiley, NY, 2002.
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