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F12-3: Radiation 3

Radiation between two greay bodies

Date: 27/11/2013 12:28 - Duration: 0:26:16 - Views: 222

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F12-2: radiation 2

Lamberts cosine law and view factors.

Date: 27/11/2013 12:26 - Duration: 0:34:03 - Views: 200

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F12-1: Radiation 1

Black body radiation, emissivity and absorptivity

Date: 27/11/2013 12:19 - Duration: - Views: 165

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F12-3 Radiation 3

Radiation between two grey bodies

Date: 27/11/2013 10:00 - Duration: 0:26:19 - Views: 222

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F12-2: Radiation 2

Lamberts cosine law, view factors.

Date: 27/11/2013 09:14 - Duration: 0:33:51 - Views: 202

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F12-1: Radiation 1

Black body radiation, emissivity and absorptivity.

Date: 27/11/2013 08:32 - Duration: 0:33:35 - Views: 215

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F11-3: Mass transfer in boundary layesr

Diffusion into falling film.

Date: 20/11/2013 14:46 - Duration: 0:30:05 - Views: 214

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F11-2: Diffusion continued

Correction to F11-1. Schmidt numbers, conservation equation for mass and Peclet numbers.

Date: 20/11/2013 14:39 - Duration: 0:33:54 - Views: 197

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F11-3 Mass transfer in boundary layer.

Diffusion into falling film.

Date: 20/11/2013 10:04 - Duration: 0:30:05 - Views: 196

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F11-2 Diffusion continued

Correction, conservation equations, Peclet number, Schmidt number.

Date: 20/11/2013 09:21 - Duration: 0:33:54 - Views: 207

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F11-1 Introduction to diffusion

Brownian motion and Stokes Einstein. Note the missing radius in the denominator for the calculation of D. The result is correct, but a=2 Ångstrøm is missing in the intermediate step.

Date: 20/11/2013 08:44 - Duration: 0:26:42 - Views: 213

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F10.3: Free convection

Nutural conevtion continued

Date: 13/11/2013 17:16 - Duration: 0:24:07 - Views: 203

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F10.2: Introduction to free convection

Pictures and introduction to flow between parallel planes.

Date: 13/11/2013 16:49 - Duration: 0:49:49 - Views: 193

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F10.1: High Peclet number problem

Illustration of numerical oscillations at high Peclet number flow.

Date: 13/11/2013 16:29 - Duration: 0:37:41 - Views: 192

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F10.2: Introduction to free convection

Pictures of free convection and introduction to flow between parallel planes.

Date: 13/11/2013 09:20 - Duration: 0:34:49 - Views: 190

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F10.1: High Peclet number problem

Illustration of numerical oscillations in high Peclet number flow.

Date: 13/11/2013 08:26 - Duration: 0:37:40 - Views: 225

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F9.3: Heat transfer in developing boundary layers

Derivation of asymptotic expressen for Nusselt number as function of reynolds and Prandtl numbers.

Date: 06/11/2013 09:55 - Duration: 0:23:58 - Views: 210

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F9.2: Forced convection in fully developed boundary layers.

Derivation of Nusselt number for large Reynolds and Prandtl numbers.

Date: 06/11/2013 09:19 - Duration: 0:36:08 - Views: 123

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F9.1 Forced convection in boundary layers 1.

Overview and introduction to fully developed boundary layres.

Date: 06/11/2013 08:24 - Duration: 0:42:54 - Views: 208

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F6-3: Pressure driven flow of power law fluid between parallel planes

Derivation of the velocity for a power law fluid.

Date: 09/10/2013 16:25 - Duration: 0:30:34 - Views: 216

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F6-2: Non-Newtonian fluids

Carreau and power law models

Date: 09/10/2013 16:17 - Duration: 0:26:01 - Views: 202

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F6-2: Non-Newtonian fluids

Carreau and power law models

Date: 09/10/2013 16:15 - Duration: 0:25:56 - Views: 210

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Bernoullis equation

Derivation of Bernoullis equation from Navier Stokes

Date: 09/10/2013 16:13 - Duration: 0:28:56 - Views: 204

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F6-1 Bernoullis equation

Derivation of Bernoullis equation from Navier Stokes.

Date: 09/10/2013 16:10 - Duration: 0:28:58 - Views: 210

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F5-3: Entrance length: Application of penetartion length formula.

The application of the penetration length formula to en entrance length problem is described.

Date: 08/10/2013 10:20 - Duration: 0:17:13 - Views: 115

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F5-2: Transient flow

Penetration solution via error functions.

Date: 07/10/2013 17:42 - Duration: 0:34:21 - Views: 214

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F5-1: Transient Flow, penetration solutions

Derivation of the penetration solution by order of magnitude arguments.

Date: 07/10/2013 17:39 - Duration: 0:35:45 - Views: 207

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F4.3: Lubrication

Flow in a slowly converging 2D channel solved by lubrication approximation.

Date: 27/09/2013 12:09 - Duration: 0:32:43 - Views: 214

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F4.2: Flow around spheres

Stokes law and experimental observations of flow.

Date: 27/09/2013 12:03 - Duration: 0:28:33 - Views: 217

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F4.1: Streamfunction

Definition and interpretation of streamfunctions. Derivation of equation for streamfunction for the planar 2D Stokes equation (incompressible, Newtonian creeping flow)

Date: 27/09/2013 11:58 - Duration: 0:37:16 - Views: 205

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F.3-3: Comments on CFD-2 and -3

Interpretation of non-dimensional calculations in dimensional terms. Bernoullis equation

Date: 19/09/2013 11:51 - Duration: 0:11:13 - Views: 199

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F.3-2. Illustrations of convective acceleration

Taylor vortices (Bird et al., Example 3.6-3. Shape of the surface of a rotating liquid, Bird et al., Example 3.6-4

Date: 19/09/2013 11:25 - Duration: 0:47:07 - Views: 213

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F.3-1: Substantial derivative and modified pressure

Derivation of substantial (or material) derivative, eq. 3.5-2 in Bird et al. Derivation of modified pressure, page 83 bottom in Bird et al.

Date: 19/09/2013 10:52 - Duration: 0:37:01 - Views: 206

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F.3-3: Non-dimensional form of Navier Stokes equation and rectilinear flow.

Introduction of Reynolds number. Laminar flow in a slit and laminar neutrally boyant two phase flows.

Date: 15/09/2013 15:37 - Duration: 0:45:31 - Views: 206

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F.2-2: Equation of momentum conservation

The equation of momentun conservation is derived from conservation in a control volume of arbitrary shape. The derivation uses the Gauss theorem. This complements the derivation in the textbook sectio [...]

Date: 15/09/2013 15:23 - Duration: 0:32:52 - Views: 209

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F2-1: Stress tensor

Definition of stress tensor and equivalence with momentum flux. Definition of viscosity. Molecular origin of viscosity.

Date: 13/09/2013 16:57 - Duration: 0:33:25 - Views: 223

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F1-3: Introduction to Comsol

The Comsol interface is described through a short demonstration with laminar flow in a pipe.

Date: 04/09/2013 17:36 - Duration: 0:25:13 - Views: 233

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F1-2: Mass Conservation, Navier Stokes and Laminar Flow in a Pipe

Derivation of the mass conservation equation (3-1-4), presentation of Navier Stokes equation (5.5-6,7) and analysis of steady laminar flow in a pipe (Example 3.6-1).

Date: 04/09/2013 17:28 - Duration: 0:42:33 - Views: 213

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F1-1: Scalars, Vectors and Tensors

The basic mathematical concepts used in the course are described including references to the appendix in the text book, Bird, Stewart and Lightfoot.

Date: 04/09/2013 11:07 - Duration: 0:39:42 - Views: 242

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Total duration: 20:36:43