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76131 Karlsruhe 

Building number 40.13.I 

Tel: +49(0)721 608-42571
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Fluid Dynamics

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Zarzalis 

LV-Number: 22569

The event takes place at "Di. 14:00-15:30".
The venue is "online".
It amount to "2" SWS and takes place in WS.
 

Description



The registration for the online lecture is done via ILIAS (>Link).
Please register there first.

On the ILIAS page you will find a link to join a Microsoft Teams group. Via the Microsoft Teams program you can then join the respective lectures.

Please deactivate your microphone and your camera (icons: camera and microphone) after you have logged into an MS-Teams session in order not to strain the transmission bandwidth. Then open the chat (a speak-bubble in the control bar). Here you can write questions about the material that the lecturer sees).

In order to start the lecture on time, the video session is started 15 minutes before the lecture starts. Please join this session in time to ensure the desired functionality. Please check your ILIAS mailbox regularly for further information and changes at short notice.

Content

1. Introduction
   1.1 Momentum, heat and mass transfer in chemical and process engineering
   1.2 What is momentum, heat, mass ?
       1.2.1 Momentum
       1.2.2 Heat
       1.2.3 Mass


2. Balance equation in integral formulation
   2.1 Mathematical basics
   2.3 Balance equation in differential formulation
   2.4 Mass balance or continuity equation

       2.4.1 Integral formulation
       2.4.2 Differential formulation of the mass balance
   2.5 Momentum balance
       2.5.1 Integral formulation
       2.5.2 Differential formulation of the momentum balance (Navier-stokes-equation)


3. Application of the momentum equation
   3.1 Aero-and hydrostatic
   3.2 Frictionless flow
       3.2.1 Some Technical Applications of Bernoulli„s Equation for Frictionless Flows
   3.3 Viscous Flows
       3.3.1Flow over a plate
       3.3.2Laminar pipe flow
       3.3.3 Turbulent Flow