By J R Backhurst, J H Harker, J.F. Richardson, J.M. Coulson, R.P. Chhabra
Coulson and Richardson's vintage sequence presents the coed with an account of the basics of chemical engineering and constitutes the definitive paintings at the topic for lecturers and practitioners. each one e-book presents transparent motives of conception and thorough insurance of functional purposes, supported through a number of labored examples and difficulties. hence, the textual content is designed for college students in addition to being accomplished in assurance. This quantity covers the 3 major shipping strategy of curiosity to chemical engineers - momentum move (fluid flow), warmth move and mass move and the relationships among them. The concluding bankruptcy covers an software the place every one of those tactics is happening concurrently - water cooling and humidification. the themes coated shape the theoretical foundation for far of the fabric within the later volumes of the sequence.
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6) that is, the useful work performed by the system is less than Pdv by an amount <5F, which represents the amount of mechanical energy converted into heat energy. The relation between the internal energy and the temperature of a fluid will now be considered. 7) where Cv is the specific heat at constant volume. As this relation is in terms of properties of the system, it must be applicable to all changes at constant volume. 8) 30 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING This quantity SF thus represents the mechanical energy which has been converted into heat and which is therefore available for increasing the temperature.
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If the fluid is moving with a velocity u, the kinetic energy is u2/2. 48) where A denotes a finite change in the quantities. 11) Here 8F represents the amount of mechanical energy irreversibly converted into heat. 53 are quite general and apply therefore to any type of fluid. With incompressible fluids the energy F is either lost to the surroundings or causes a very small rise in temperature. If the fluid is compressible, however, the rise in temperature may result in an increase in the pressure energy and part of it may be available for doing useful work.
Chemical Engineering Volume 1, Sixth Edition (Coulson and Richardsons Chemical Engineering) by J R Backhurst, J H Harker, J.F. Richardson, J.M. Coulson, R.P. Chhabra