- Momentum Transport
- Chapters 1 and 8: Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity
- Chapter 2: Velocity Distributions in Laminar Flow
- Chapter 4: Velocity Distributions with more than one Variable

- Energy Transport
- Chapter 9: Temperature Distributions in Solids and in Laminar Flow
- Chapter 10: The Equations of Change for Nonisothermal Systems
- Chapter 11: Temperature Distributions with More than One Independent Variables
- Chapter 13: Interphase Transport in Nonisothermal Systems
- Chapter 14: Energy Transport by Radiation
- Chapter 15: Macroscopic Balances for Nonisothermal Systems

- Mass Transport
- Chapter 16: Diffusivity and the Mechanisms of Mass Transport
- Chapter 17: Concentration Distributions in solids and in Laminar Flow
- Chapter 18: The Equations of Change for Multicomponent Systems
- Chapter 19: Concentration Distributions with More than one Variable
- Chapter 21: Interphase Transport in Multicomponent Systems

- Overview
- Use of Maple on Simple Problems in Chapter 1
- Section 1.4
- Chapter 1 Section 4 2000 Project by Kristin Clopton

- Section 8.1
- Use of Maple in Example 8.1-1: Measurement of Thermal Conductivity
- Example 8.1-1: 2001 Project by Steve Abrahams: Fourier's Law of Heat Conduction

- Section 8.2: Temperature and Pressure Dependence of Thermal
Conductivity in Gases and Liquids
- Example 8.2-1: 2001 Project By: Hoalong Lee and Hoason Lee
- Use of Maple in Example 8.2-1: Effect of Pressure on Thermal Conductivity
- See also: 1999 project by Michelle Darjean

- Section 8.3: Theory of Thermal Conductivity of Gases at Low Density
- Section 8.4: Thermal Conductivity of Liquids
- 1999 project by Rebekah Williams
- Example 8.4-1: 1999 project by Karen Waldner

- Section 2.2 2001 Project by Nicolas Dean Spicer and Neil Harold Little, Esq.: Two Immiscible Fluids Between Two Flat Plates, One Stationary and One Translating with a Constant Velocity
- Section 2.2 2000 Project by Edaire Cheng and Edward Yen
- Example 2.3-2 2000 Project by Star Chacko and Jennifer Fletcher
- Flow of a Falling Film

- Section 3.1 The continuity Equation
- Section 3.2 The Equation of Motion Equation 3.2-10
- Equation of MotionAssumption of constant Properties

Boundary Layer Theory: Ex. 4.4-2

- Section 9.2 - Heat Conduction with an Electrical Heat Source (p267-268 in BS&L)
- Section 9.3 - Heat Conduction with a Nuclear Heat Source (p275-277)
- Section 9.4 - Heat Conduction with a
Viscous Heat Source (p276-278)
- 2001 project by Christa Clark and Gita Gidwani:
- 1999 project by Ryan Kangas
- 1998 bonus solution by Edward Feng

- Section 9.5: Heat conduction with a chemical heat source
- Part a Derivation of the Dimensionless equations (p279-282)
- Part b Solution of the Dimensionless Equations(p282-283)
- 1999 project by Joe McGonigle
- 1998 bonus solution by Jennifer Chien

- Section 9.6 Heat conduction through Composite Walls
- pp283-288
- Heat Conduction from a Pipe 2001 Project by Matthew Winslow and Bonnie Woo: Midterm 2001 Problem 2
- 2001 Project by Steve Abel and Angela Thomas-Strayhorn
- Example 9.6-1 Composite Cylindrical Walls
- Example 9.6-1 but with an Arbitrary Number of layers
- 1998 bonus solution by Jessie Carr
- 1999 project by Daniel Resendez
- 1999 project by David Smith
- 1998 bonus solution by Audrey Fu

- Section 9.7 Heat Conduction in a Cooling Fin
- Part a Solution of the dimensional equations (p288-291)
- Part b Converting to and solving the dimensionless equations (p288-291)
- Heat Conduction in the Steady State 2001 Project by Mark Covington: Including Heat Dissipation to the Environment
- 1998 bonus solution by Elbert Traister
- Example 9.7-1: Error in Thermocouple Measurement
- 1999 project by Kavita Nyalakonda

- Section 9.8 - Forced Convection
(p291-297)
- 2001 Project by Ginger Chao: Forced Convection Heat Transfer for Non-Newtonian Flow in Tubes - Short Contact Times
- 2001 Project by Nicolas Dean Spicer and Neil Harold Little, Esq.: Two Immiscible Fluids Between Two Flat Plates, One Stationary and One Translating with a Constant Velocity
- 1999 project by Erin Chang
- 1998 bonus solution by Linda Lee

- Section 9.9 - Free Convection (p297-300)
- 2001 project by Leslie Murray Explanation of Free Convection
- 1999 project by Hector Perez
- 1999 project by Soumendra Barman
- 1998 bonus solution by Mike Tremoulet

- Section 10.1 The Equations of Energy
- Section 10.5 Use of Equations of Change to set up Staedy-State
Heat Transfer Problems
- Example 10.5-1 Tangential Flow in an Annulus with Viscous Heat Generation
- Example 10.5-2 Flow in a Nonisothermal film (p326-328)
- Example 10.5-3 Transpiration Cooling(p328-330)
- Example 10.5-4 Free Convection Heat Transfer: Deriving the Dimensionless Equations
- Example 10.5-5 One Dimensional Compressible Flow (p333-337)
- Example 10.5-6: Adiabatic Frictionless Processes in an Ideal Gas

- Section 10.6
- Dimensional Analysis 2000 project by Kim Little and Felice Shieh
- Example 10.6-2: Surface Temperature of an Electric Heating Coil
- 1999 project by Chris Paxton
- 2000 project by Jeff Arthur and Robert Schroeter

- Section 11.1 - Heating of a Finite Slab
Deriving eq. 11.1-31
- Heating of a Finite Slab The Final equations and an example
- Example 11.1-1 2000 Project by Andy Edgar and Whitney Smith
- Example 11.1-2 2001 Project by Brooks Bohn: Exploring equation 11.1-31
- Example 11.1-2 2000 Project by Eugene Koay and Jeff Ngo
- Example 11.1-3 2000 Project by Thomas Winter.

- Section 11.2
- Example 11.2-1 2000 Project by Gregory Johnson
- Example 11.2-2 2001 Project by Susan Ireland and Drew Vennum: Laminar Tube Flow with Constant Heat Flux at Wall: Asymptotic Solution for Small Distances

- Section 11.3
- Example 11.3-1 2000 Project by Michael Feldman and Rafael Verduzco

- Section 11.4 - Boundary Layer Theory
- Example 11.4-1 2000 Project by David Arboleda and Marc Zubick
- Use of Boundary Layer Theory 2000 Project by Chris and Scott Harrison

- Section 13.1 - Definition of the Heat-Transfer Coefficient
Calculation of Heat-Transfer Coefficients
from Experimental Data
- bonus solution by Sherry Phelps in 1998
- Brief Overview on the fit[least square] Function Using Maple to look at a Fit of a Function and its Derivative

- Section 13.2 Forced Convection in Tubes
- Example 13.2-1 Design of a Tubular Heater
- Example 13.2-1 2000 Project by Justn Murez

- Section 13.5
- Example 13.5-2 2001 project by Jesse Gracia and Dennis Krueger
- Example 13.5-1 2000 Project by Briana Leara

- Section 13.6 - Heat-Transfer Coefficients for Condensation of
pure Vapors on Solid Surfaces
- Example 13.6-1 Condensation of Steam on a Vertical Surface
- Example 13.6-1 2000 Project by Laura Meilander and Jimmy Wu

- Section 14.3- Planck's Distribution Law, Wien's Displacement Law and the Stefan-Boltzmann Law
- Section 14.4 2001 Project by Mehul Tejani: Direct Radiation Between Black Bodies in vacuo at Different Temperatures
- Section 14.5 Radiation between non-black Bodies
- Example 14.5-1 Radiation Shields
- Example 14.5-3Combined Radiation and Convection

- Section 15.4 - Use of Macroscopic Balances for Solving
Steady-State Problems
- Example 15.4-1 The Cooling of an Ideal Gas
- Example 15.4-2 Parallel or Counter-Flow Heat Exchangers
- Example 15.4-2 2001 Project by Heather Dore and Christopher Powers
- Example 15.4-2 2001 Project by Ricardo Villanueva and Austin Hardin
- Example 15.4-3 2001 Project by Nathaniel Chongsiriwatana and Steve Meier: Power Requirement for Pumping a Compressible Fluid Through a Long Pipe

- Section 15.5 - Unsteady-State Problems
- Example 15.5-1 Heating of a Liquid in an Agitated Tank
- Example 15.5-2 Operation of a Simple Temperature Controller

- Section 16.1 - Definitions of Concentrations, Velocities, and Mass Fluxes
- Section 16.3 Temperature and Pressure Dependence of Mass diffusivity
- Estimation of
Mass Diffusivity at Low Density
- Diffusivities with dcalc in Matlab
- Use of dcalc in Example 16.3-1: Mass Diffusivity at Low Density
- Example 16.3-2 2000 Project by Amanda Blankenship and Juliette Guarriello
- 1999 project by Janet Huang
- Example 16.3-2 Estimation of Mass Diffusivity at High Density
- Example 16.4-1: Computing Mass Diffusivity at Low Density

- Section 16.5
- Example 16.5-1 Estimation of Mass Diffusivity for a Binary Liquid Mixture

- Section 17.2 - Diffusion through a
Stagnant Gas Film (p522-529)
- Example 17.2-1 Determination of diffusivity (p526-527)
- Example 17.2-2 Diffusion through a Non-isothermal Spherical Film (p527-529)

- Section 17.3 Diffusion with Heterogeneous Chemical Reaction (p529-531)
- Section 17.4 Diffusion with Homogeneous Chemical Reaction (p532-533)
- Section 17.5 Diffusion into a Falling
Liquid Film: Forced Convection Mass Transfer (p537-541)
- Section 17.5 2001 Project by Amanda Watford and Judy Hsii: Diffusion into a Falling Film
- Example 17.5-1 2001 Project by Amanda Watford and Judy Hsii: Gas Absorption from Rising Bubbles

- Section 17.6 Diffusion and Chemical Reaction inside a Porous Catalyst: The "Effectiveness Factor" (p542-546)

- Section 18.5 Setting up Diffusion Problems
- Example 18.5-1 Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer
- Example 18.5-1 2000 Project by Susan Derrick and Elizabeth Schwartz
- Example 18.5-1 2000 Project by Roberto Berloni and Dana Pilaski
- Example 18.5-2 Thermal Diffusion (p574-575)
- Example 18.5-3 Pressure Diffusion
(p575-576)
- 1999 project by Carl Williams
- 1998 bonus solution by Ariel Flores
- 2000 project by Daniel Attaway and Christie Gross (do not open in Netscape 4.6 or lower

- Example 18.5-4 Forced Diffusion (p577-578)
- Example 18.5-5 Three Component diffusion with Heterogeneous Chemical Reaction (p578-579)

- Unsteady Diffusion
- Example 19.1-1 Unsteady-State Evaporation
- Example 19.1-2 Unsteady-State Evaporation 2000 Project by Brad Aimone

- Boundary-Layer Theory Applied in Mass Transfer

- Section 21.2 - Correlations of Binary Transport Coefficients
- Section 21.3 - Binary Mass-Transfer
Coefficients in Two Phases
Section 21.8 - Transfer Coefficients in Multicomponent Systems