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Course Name
Turkish
Kütle Aktarımı
English
Mass Transfer
Course Code
KMM 331
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester
5
3
3


Course Language
Turkish
Course Coordinator
Nuran Deveci Aksoy
Course Objectives
1 To teach students the basic principles of mass transfer in solid, liquid and gas systems.
2 To train students to make analogies in momentum, heat and mass transfer using dimensional analysis.
3 To train students to design the packed columns for twophases mass transfer.
4 To train students to use computer in problem solving.
Course Description
Basic principles of mass transfer, Diffusion coefficients, Equation of continuity and shell balance method, Diffusion models, Convective mass transfer and mass transfer coefficients, Design of packed column in twophase systems.
Course Outcomes
1 Demonstrate knowledge of the principles of mass transfer and use this knowledge in problem solving.
2 Calculate the diffusion coefficient for solid, liquid and gas systems.
3 Derive model equations diffusional processes.
4 Calculate mass transfer coefficients in laminar and turbulent flow.
5 Make analogies in momentum, heat and mass transfer by using dimensional analysis.
6 Carry out design calculation for packed columns where the twophase mass transfer takes place.
7 Use computer, spreadsheet programming and a programming language in problem solving.
Prerequisite(s)
KMM 211 Mass and Energy Balance
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Textbook
1) Geankoplis C. J., (2003), Transport Processes and Separation Process Principles (Includes Unit Operations), Prentice Hall, New Jersey
2) Hines A.L., Maddox R.N., (1985) Mass Transfer Fundamentals and Applications, Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
Other References
1) Geankoplis C. J., (1984), Mass Transport Phenomena, Ohio State University Bookstore, Ohio
2) Bird R.B., Steward W.E., Lightfoot E.N.,(2002) ,Transport Phenomena, JohnWiley and Sons. NewYork
3) Seader, J. D., Henley, J. E., (1998) Separation Process Principles, JonhWiley&Sons
4) McCabe L.W., Smith C.J., Harriott P., (1993), Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering, McGrawHill, NewYork
5) Perry H.R., Chilton H.C.,(1984),Chemical Engineers’ Handbook, McGrawHill, NewYork
6) William J.Thomson, (1999), Introduction to Transport Phenomena, Prentice Hall, New Jersey
7) 2004, George A. Truskey; Fan Yuan, David F. Kantz, (2004), Transport Phenomena in Biological Systems, 2004, George A. Truskey; Fan
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