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```DOC/LP/01/28.02.02
LP-CH 162303
LESSON PLAN
LP Rev. No: 00
Date: 01.07.2011
Sub Code & Name : CH 162303 FLUID MECHANICS
Unit: I
Branch: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Semester :
III
Page: of 6
Unit syllabus:
INTRODUCTION
Nature of fluids - laws of dimensional homogeneity – Physical properties of fluids – Types of fluidsNewtonian and Non Newtonian fluids- viscosity and other secondary properties – Compressible and
incompressible fluids-hydrostatic pressure distributions- laws of buoyancy Pressure measurements
manometers.
Objective:
To impart basic fundamentals about fluid mechanics and the properties of fluids.
Session
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Topics to be covered
Introduction
Nature of Fluids
Laws of Dimensional Homogeneity
Physical Properties of fluids
Types of fluids- Newtonian and Non Newtonian
Viscosity and other secondary properties – Compressible and
Incompressible fluids
Hydrostatic pressure distributions
Laws of buoyancy
Pressure Measurements – Manometers
Review
Time
(mins)
50
50
50
50
50
Ref
Teaching
Aids
1,2&3
1,2&3
1,2&3
1,2&3
1 &4
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BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
50
1 &4
BB & Chalk
50
50
50
50
2&3
2&3
1 &5
1,2&3
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
DOC/LP/01/28.02.02
LP-CH 162303
LESSON PLAN
LP Rev. No: 00
Date: 01.07.2011
Sub Code & Name : CH 162303 FLUID MECHANICS
Unit: I
Branch: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Semester :
III
Page: of 6
Unit syllabus:
KINEMATICS OF FLUID FLOW
Velocity potential, concept of boundary layer, form drag, skin drag-Drag coefficient-Continuity,
momentum and mechanical energy equations; Laminar and turbulent flow through closed conduits,
velocity profiles and friction factor for smooth and rough pipes.
Objective:
To introduce the concept of boundary layer and the types of fluid flow.
Session
No
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Topics to be covered
Velocity Potential
Concept of Boundary layer
Types of drag – form drag, skin drag
Drag coefficient
Continuity, momentum and mechanical energy equations
Laminar and Turbulent flow through closed conduits
Velocity profiles for smooth and rough pipes
Friction factor for smooth and rough pipes
Review
CAT I
Time
(mins)
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
60
Ref
Teaching
Aids
2,3&6
1,3&6
1&2
1&2
1&2
3&5
3&5
3&5
2,3&6
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
BB & Chalk
DOC/LP/01/28.02.02
LP-CH 162303
LESSON PLAN
LP Rev. No: 00
Date: 01.07.2011
Sub Code & Name : CH 162303 FLUID MECHANICS
Unit: I
Branch: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Semester :
III
Page: of 6
Unit syllabus:
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND MEASUREMENT OF FLUID FLOW
The principle of dimensional homogeneity - the Pi-theorem - relationship between dimensional analysis
and similitude - use of dimensional analysis for scale up studies-Orifice meter, Venturimeter, Pitot tube,
Rota meter, Weirs and notches- Principles and applications of Doppler effect in flow measurement.
Objective:
To make the students understand dimensional analysis and similitude and the flow measuring devices.
Session
No
Topics to be covered
Time
(mins)
Ref
Teaching Aids
50
1,2&3
BB & Chalk
50
2&3
BB & Chalk
50
2&3
BB & Chalk
23.
The principle of dimensional homogeneity- the Pitheorem
Relationship between dimensional analysis and
similitude
Use of dimensional analysis for scale up studies
24.
Problems on Dimensional Analysis
50
1,2&3
BB & Chalk
25.
Orifice meter
50
1,2&3
BB & Chalk
26.
Venturimeter
50
3 &5
BB & Chalk
27.
Pitot tube & Rotameter
50
3 &5
BB & Chalk
28.
Weirs and notches
50
3 &5
BB & Chalk
29.
Principles and applns of Doppler effect in flow
measurement.
50
3 &5
BB & Chalk
30.
Review
50
1,2&3
BB & Chalk
21.
22.
DOC/LP/01/28.02.02
LP-CH 162303
LESSON PLAN
LP Rev. No: 00
Date: 01.07.2011
Sub Code & Name : CH 162303 FLUID MECHANICS
Unit: I
Branch: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Semester :
III
Page: of 6
Unit syllabus:
VISCOUS FLOW IN DUCTS AND BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW
Reynolds’s number regimes, internal versus external viscous flow, flow in circular pipe - head
loss, minor losses in pipe systems and multiple-pipe systems - functions and pressure drag - flow
through packed and fluidized beds.
Objective:
To educate the students about viscous flow in ducts.
Session
No
31.
Reynold’s number regimes
Time
Ref
(mins)
50
1,3&5
32.
Internal versus external viscous flow
50
1,3&5
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33.
Tutorial
50
1&3
BB & Chalk
34.
Flow in circular pipe – head loss
50
1&5
BB & Chalk
35.
minor losses in pipe systems – multiple pipe system
50
1&5
BB & Chalk
36.
Pressure drag
50
1&5
BB & Chalk
37.
Flow through fixed beds
50
1&3
BB & Chalk
38.
Flow through fluidized beds
50
1&3
BB & Chalk
39.
Review
50
1,3&5
BB & Chalk
40.
CAT II
60
Topics to be covered
Teaching
Aids
BB & Chalk
DOC/LP/01/28.02.02
LP-CH 162303
LESSON PLAN
LP Rev. No: 00
Date: 01.07.2011
Sub Code & Name : CH 162303 FLUID MECHANICS
Unit: I
Branch: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Semester :
III
Page: of 6
Unit syllabus:
FLOW MEASUREMENT AND TUBRO MACHINERY
Fluid moving machinery performance - selection and specification; Air lift and diaphragm pump –
positive displacement pump – reciprocating and rotary pumps – centrifugal pump; pump characteristics.
Fans, blowers and compressors – steam jet ejector.
Objective:
To give theory background to flow measurement and turbo machinery.
Session
No
Topics to be covered
Time
Ref
(mins)
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
Teaching
Aids
41.
Fluid moving machinery performance - selection and
specification
42.
Air lift and diaphragm pump
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
43.
Positive displacement pump – reciprocating pumps
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
44.
Rotary pumps
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
45.
centrifugal pump; pump characteristics
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
46.
Fans and Blowers
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
47.
Compressors
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
48.
Steam jet ejector
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
49.
Review
50
1,7&8
BB & Chalk
50.
CAT III
60
DOC/LP/01/28.02.02
LP-CH 162303
LESSON PLAN
LP Rev. No: 00
Date: 01.07.2011
Sub Code & Name : CH 162303 FLUID MECHANICS
Unit: I
Branch: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Semester :
III
Page: of 6
Course Delivery Plan:
Week
Units
1
2
3
I
4
II
5
6
C
A
T
1
7
8
III
9
10
11
C
A
T
2
IV
12
V
13
C
A
T
3
References:
1. McCabe.W.L., Smith.J.C., and Harriot.P, Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering, McGraw Hill
Inc, Sixth Edition, 2000
2. Noel de Nevers, Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers, Mcgraw Hill, II Ed
3. Coulson J.M. and Richardson J.E.., Chemical Engineering, Vol. 1 (3rd Edition) Pergamon Press.
4. Shames,I.H., Mechanics of Fluids, McGraw Hill Inc, III Edition, 1992
5. White,F.M., Fluid Mechanics, McGraw Hill Inc, III Edition, 1999
6. Daughenty, R.L., Franzini, J.B and Finnemore, E.J., “Fluid Mechanics with Engineering
Applications”, SI metric Edn., McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1989.
7. Darby, R. Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Marcel Dokker, 1998.
8. Vennarol, J.K., Street, R.L. Elementary Fluid Mechanics. 6th Edition John Wiley & Sons. 1982.
Prepared by
Approved by
Signature
Name
Dr N.MEYYAPPAN
Dr R.PARTHIBAN
Designation
Associate Professor, CH
Date
1st July, 2011
1st July, 2011
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