Heat transfer occurs in many unit operations in variety of processes in chemical, petrochemical, power and pharmaceutical industries. Understanding the fundamentals governing heat transfer is key to designing equipment that involves heat exchange. This course for undergraduate students covers the fundamental aspects and quantitation of different
modes of heat transport. The course can also serve as a refresher for graduate students
INTENDED AUDIENCE Undergraduate and graduate students from Chemical and Mechanical Engineering, College teachers, Process engineers
PREREQUISITES Linear algebra, Fluid Mechanics
INDUSTRIES THAT WILL RECOGNIZE THIS COURSE Reliance, HPCL, BPCL, RCF, Other chemical and
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Ganesh Viswanathan is an Associate Professor in Department of Chemical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai. He completed his Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from University of Houston, Houston and Postdoctoral Fellowship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York. He conducts research in systems biology of signaling networks and nonlinear dynamics of reactors. Further information about his research and teaching activities is available at http://www.che.iitb.ac.in/faculty/ganesh/ COURSE LAYOUT:
Lecture 1: Introduction Lecture 2: Introduction to Conduction Lecture 3: Energy Balance Lecture 4: 1D Steadystate Conduction - Resistance Concept Lecture 5: Resistances in Composite Wall Case
Lecture 6: Resistances in Radial systems Lecture 7: Heat Generation I : Plane and Cylindrical Wall Lecture 8: Introduction to Extended Surfaces
Lecture 9: Extended Surfaces I : General formulation Lecture 10: Extended Surfaces II - Uniform Cross-sectional Area
Lecture 11: Extended Surfaces III – Varying Cross-section area Lecture 12: 2D Plane wall Lecture 13: Transient Analyses I : Lumped Capacitance Method Lecture 14: Transient Analyses II : Full Method Lecture 15: Transient Analyses : Semi-infinite Case
Lecture 16: Introduction to Convective Heat Transfer Lecture 17: Heat and Mass Transport Coefficients Lecture 18: Boundary Layer : Momentum,Thermal and Concentration
Lecture 19: Laminar and Turbulent Flows ; Momentum Balance Lecture 20: Energy and Mass Balances ; Boundary Layer Approximations
Lecture 21: Order of Magnitude Analysis Lecture 22: Transport Coefficients Lecture 23: Relationship between Momentum,Thermal and Concentration boundary Layer Lecture 24: Reynolds and Chilton-Colburn Analogies Lecture 25: Forced Convection : Introduction
Lecture 26: Flow Past Flat Plate I – Method of Blasius Lecture 27: Flow Past Flat Plate II - Correlations for Heat and Mass Transport Lecture 28: Flow Past Cylinders Lecture 29: Flow through Pipes I Lecture 30: Flow through Pipes II
Lecture 31: Flow through Pipes III Lecture 32: Flow through Pipes IV – Mixing-cup Temperature Lecture 33: Flow through Pipes V – Log mean Temperature difference Lecture 34: Flow through Pipes VI – Correlations for Laminar and Turbulent Conditions Lecture 35: Example problems : Forced Convection
Lecture 36: Introduction to Free/Natural Convection Lecture 37: Heated plate in a quiescent fluid- I Lecture 38: Heated plate in a quiescent fluid- II Lecture 39: Boiling I Lecture 40: Boiling II
Lecture 41: Condensation : I Lecture 42: Condensation : II Lecture 43: Radiation : Introduction
Lecture 56: Introduction and Examples Lecture 57: Parallel Flow Heat Exchangers Lecture 58: LMTD I Lecture 59: Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Lecture 60: Epsilon-NTU Method
SUGGESTED READING MATERIALS:
Fundamentals of heat and mass transfer 5th Ed. Incropera FR and DeWitt DP. Wiley
CERTIFICATION EXAM :
The exam is optional for a fee.
Date and Time of Exams: April 28 (Saturday) and April 29 (Sunday) : Morning session 9 am to 12 noon;
Exam for this course will be available in one session on both 28 and 29 April.
Registration url: Announcements will be made when the registration form is open for registrations.
The online registration form has to be filled and the certification exam fee needs to be paid. More details will be made available when the exam registration form is published.
Final score will be 25% assignment score + 75% final exam score
25% assignment score is calculated as 25% of average of Best 8 out of 12 assignments
E-Certificate will be given to those who register and write the exam and score greater than or equal to 40% final score. Certificate will have your name, photograph and the score in the final exam with the breakup.It will have the logos of NPTEL and IIT Bombay.It will be e-verifiable at nptel.ac.in/noc.