Modelling in Transport Phenomena, 1st Edition by Ismail Tosun

By Ismail Tosun

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Analysis The molar rate of transfer of species ,,4 can be calculated from the expression iZA = oW/o L NA~ fx=o dzdy (I) 32 CHAPTER 2. MOLECULAR AND CONVECTIVE TRANSPORT where the total molar flux of species jt at the interface, NAxI~=o, is given by , [~=0 = - DAB \ OX ] ~=0 NA~ [~=o- JAx (2) By the application of the chain rule, Eq. , Eq. 4-3) in Appendix A, as dcA dv = CAo e _773 r(4/3) (5) Substitution of Eqs. (~) and (5) into Eq. (3) yields NA~ Ix=0 -- F(4/3) 9 ~DABZ (6) Finally, the use of Eq.

0023 ( m o l / m 3 ) / c m . 5 Concentration of species ,4 as a function of position. 6. 6 Concentration of species ,4 as a function of position. CHAPTER 2. 6 that a straight line represents the data fairly well. The equation of this line can be determined by the method of least squares in the form y-mx+b (2) where y = log CA (3) To determine the values of m and b from Eqs. (A. 6-10) and (A. 6-11) in Appendix A, the required values are calculated as follows: Yi xi x 2. 76) - ( 1 5 0 ) ( - 6 . 0087 ( - 6 .

2 Energy generation rate per unit volume as a result of fission within a spherical reactor of radius R is given as a function of position as (;) ] where r is the radial distance measured from the center of the sphere. Cooling fluid at a temperature of Too flows over the reactor. If the average heat transfer coe]ficient (h} at the surface of the reactor is known, determine the surface temperature of the reactor at steady-state. Solution System: Reactor Analysis The inventory rate equation for energy becomes Rate of energy out = Rate of energy generation (1) The rate at which energy leaves the sphere by convection is given by Newton's law of cooling as Rate of energy out = (47rR2)(h)(T~ - Too) (2) where Tw is the surface temperature of the sphere.

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