Transport Phenomena – R. Bird, W. Stewart, E. Lightfoot – 2nd Edition

Description

The evolution of transport has been so rapid and extensive that it is impossible to comprehend it completely in one . Although many representative examples have been included, the primary interest has been the basic aspects of this field. In this edition has included enough material to cover two modalities of courses: one introductory and one advanced. The elementary course, in turn, can be divided into a course on of momentum and another on and transfer of matter, which provides more opportunities to demonstrate the usefulness of this material in practical applications.

Identification of some sections as optional and others as advanced may be useful for and teachers. Throughout the text priority is given to citations and bibliographical references, in order to locate transport phenomena in their own historical context and to guide the reader who wants to delve into the study of fundamentals and applications.

Table of Content

Chapter 0. The theme of transport phenomena
Part I. Transport of momentum
Chapter 1 Viscosity and Mechanisms of Movement Amount Transport
Chapter 2 Sheets of movement in the envelope and velocity distributions in laminar flow
Chapter 3 Variation equations for isothermal systems
Chapter 4 Speed ​​distributions with more than one independent variable
Chapter 5 Turbulent flow velocity distributions
Chapter 6 Interface transport in isothermal systems
Chapter 7 Macroscopic balances for systems with isothermal flow
Chapter 8 Polymeric Liquids
Part II. Transport of energy
Chapter 9 Thermal Conductivity and Energy Transport Mechanisms
Chapter 10 Energy balance in the envelope and temperature distributions in solids and in laminar flow
Chapter 11 Variation equations for non-isothermal systems
Chapter 12 Temperature distributions with more than one independent variable
Chapter 13 Turbulent flow temperature distributions
Chapter 14 Interphase transport in non-isothermal systems
Chapter 15 Macroscopic balances for non-isothermal systems
Chapter 16 Radiation energy transport
Part III Transport of matter
Chapter 17 Diffusivity and the transport mechanisms of matter
Chapter 18 Concentration distributions in solids and laminar flow
Chapter 19 Variation equations for multi-component systems
Chapter 20 Concentration distributions with more than one independent variable
Chapter 21 Turbulent flow concentration distributions
Chapter 22 Interphase transfer in non-isothermal mixtures
Chapter 23 Macroscopic balances in multi-component systems
Chapter 24 Other transport mechanisms of matter
Appendices
Appendix A. Vector and tensor notation
Appendix B. Flow densities and the equations of variation
Appendix C. Mathematical Themes
Appendix D. The kinetic theory of gases
Appendix E. Tables for predicting transport properties
Appendix F. Constants and conversion factors

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