Mass transfer together with heat transfer govern all chemical, mechanical, industrial and manufacturing processes. Mass transfer is of greatest importance in chemical reactors mixing and separation processes and transfer operations. This course describes in detail all mass transfer principles and combines them with a significant number or examples and exercises in order to familiarize the attendant with problem solving process.
Who should take this course
This course is a great match for:
Chemical engineers, electrical engineers, environmental engineers, mechanical engineers that need to understand mass transfer. Academics and university students that need to increase their understanding of the subject.
- Introduction to mass transfer
- Convection Diffusion Losses
- Convection One component flow
- Multi component flow
- Multi phase multi component flow
- Mass energy and momentum balances
- CFD simulation
- Flow and reaction
- Tubular reactor
- Diffusion Fick's law
- Single component diffusion
- Multi component diffusion
- Multi phase diffusion
- CFD simulation
- Diffusion in real [non ideal] reactors
- Axial and radial diffusion
- Combined mass and heat transfer
- Dimensionless numbers
- Transfer around objects
- Chemical reactions
- Computational approaches
- CFD simulation case studies
- Examples and exercises
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