National Technical University of Athens
School of Chemical Engineering
andreas.boudouvis
@teaching.graduate

transport.phenomena

NTUA, Inter-Departmental Postgraduate Program "Mathematical Modeling in Modern Technologies and Finance"; 2003-2017

Basic concepts of momentum, heat and mass transport at the microscopic scale (continuum) and at the molecular scale. Introduction to the unified mathematical modeling of the conservation laws for mass, momentum and energy. Illumination of the diffusive and convective transport mechanisms. Integral and differential equations of momentum conservation in isothermal conditions. Boundary (and interfacial), initial and asymptotic conditions. Constitutive equations for stress-strain relationship and basic elements of rheology. Analytical and computational solution of selected problems in laminar flow (one- and two-dimensional, steady and transient). Boundary layer. Basic concepts of turbulence. Thermal conductivity and energy transport mechanisms. Integral and differential equations of energy conservation in non-isothermal conditions. Analytical and computational solution of selected problems in heat transport (one- and two-dimensional, steady and transient). Applications of macroscopic balance equations in non-isothermal conditions. Diffusion and mass transport mechanisms. Analytical and computational solution of selected problems in mass transport (one- and two-dimensional, steady and transient). Computational analysis of selected problems of simultaneous momentum, mass and heat transport – Computer laboratory exercises.

Co-instructor: Dr. G. Pashos


 


 

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