# Heat and Mass Transfer

Heat and Mass Transfer
Heat and mass transfer, including conduction, convection, radiation, diffusion; steady and unsteady state systems; transport analogies; design applications.
CH EN
376
 Hours 3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab Prerequisites CH EN 374 Taught Winter Programs Containing CH EN 376
Course Outcomes

### Mass Transfer Coefficients

Students will be able to estimate mass transfer coefficients and use them to determine mass transfer rates for both external and internal flows and across phase boundaries.

Students will understand radiative heat transfer including blackbody radiation and Kirchoff?s law, and be able to solve radiative problems involving view factors and radiative exchange between surfaces.

### Heat & Mass Transfer

Students will learn about chemical processes, units, and corresponding equipment related to heat and mass transfer

### Qualitatively Conduction

Students will understand qualitatively conduction, forced and free convection, and radiation.

### Transient Heat & Mass

Students will be able to solve simple transient heat and mass transfer problems with methods such as lumped capacitance, Heisler charts, 1st term approximation, exact numerical solutions, etc.

### Fick's Law

Students will understand and be able to use Fick's Law.

### Differential Energy Balances

Students will be able to formulate and solve differential energy balances for conduction within a single phase.

### Analogies

Students will understand heat/mass transfer analogies including their limitations.

### Convective Heat Transfer

Students will understand convective heat transfer and use of heat transfer coefficients for laminar and turbulent flows, internal and external flows, fully developed flow, flow with entry effects, and forced and free convection.

### System Analyzation

Students will be able to analyze systems containing multiple resistances to heat transfer.

### LMTD Method

Students will be able to do preliminary size calculations on shell-and-tube heat exchangers using the log-mean-temperature-difference (LMTD) method.

### Engineering Problems

Students will demonstrate an ability to solve engineering problems.

### Technical Material

Students will demonstrate effective reading of technical material.

### Creative Thinking Skills

Students will exhibit critical and creative thinking skills for analysis and evaluation of problems and cause-effect relationships.

### Effectiveness-NTU method

Students will be able to do preliminary size calculations on shell-and-tube heat exchangers using the effectiveness-NTU method.

### Safety

Students will understand and have a basic knowledge of how safety considerations are incorporated into engineering problem solving.

### Graphical Data

Students will demonstrate effective interpretation of graphical data.

### Coupled H & M Transfer

Students will be able to solve simple problems where heat and mass transfer are coupled.

### System Analyzation

Students will be able to analyze systems containing multiple resistances to heat transfer.

### LMTD Method

Students will be able to do preliminary size calculations on shell-and-tube heat exchangers using the log-mean-temperature-difference (LMTD) method.

### Technical Material

Students will demonstrate effective reading of technical material.

### Creative Thinking Skills

Students will exhibit critical and creative thinking skills for analysis and evaluation of problems and cause-effect relationships.

### Safety

Students will understand and have a basic knowledge of how safety considerations are incorporated into engineering problem solving.

### Graphical Data

Students will demonstrate effective interpretation of graphical data.

### Coupled H & M Transfer

Students will be able to solve simple problems where heat and mass transfer are coupled.

### Environment

Students will understand and have a basic knowledge of how environmental considerations are incorporated into engineering problem solving.

### Heat Exchanger Design

Students will be able to calculate and use overall heat transfer coefficients in designing heat exchangers.

### Heat Exchanger Practical Considerations

Students will understand practical considerations of heat exchangers including types of heat exchangers, materials of construction, and fouling.

### Solution Sophistication

Students will be able to rationalize units, make order of magnitude estimates, assess reasonableness of solutions, and select appropriate levels of solution sophistication.

### Engineering Problems

Students will demonstrate an ability to solve engineering problems.

### Effectiveness-NTU method

Students will be able to do preliminary size calculations on shell-and-tube heat exchangers using the effectiveness-NTU method.