Online class on Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer

Dr. Shirsendu Banerjee
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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Aims:To advance the knowledge of momentum, heat and masstransfer as covered in CHEN 10031 and CHEN 10092 to obtain afuller, more comprehensive understanding of these fundamentalconcepts, principles and analytical techniques related to transportphenomena in a unified and quantitative manner.Description:The unit is broken up into 6 parts. The introductionprovides a basic review for fundamentals prerequisites to themodule including vector and tensors, general balances, anddimensional analysis. The next 3 parts cover momentum, mass, andenergy transport. In each of these sections is covered thecorresponding mechanisms for diffusive transport (Newton’s law,Fick’s law, Fourier’s law) and the generation terms. Thegeneralized transport equations (including the Navier Stokesequation) are derived from shell balances. Example problems aregiven in each section demonstrating the application of shellbalances to solve transport problems. The last two section coverturbulence and analogies in momentum, heat, and mass transfer.
Learning outcomes:

  • Perform scalar, vectorial and tensorial calculations in momentum balances.
  • Recognize and use the laws for diffusive transport
  • Apply the Navier Stokes equations and Newton’s law of viscosity to derivevelocity profiles under laminar flow.
  • Derive temperature profiles from differential energy balances and Fourier’slaw.
  • Derive mole fraction profiles from differential mole balances and Fick’s law
  • Understand the concept of material versus substantial derivative.
  • Apply dimensional analysis to simplify transport problems, interpret theirsolutions and generalize the results.
  • Describe the meaning of dimensionless numbers relevant for transportphenomena
  • Develop independent thinking skills and problem solving strategies
  • Interpret solutions of transport problems in physical terms
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Dr. Shirsendu Banerjee
Assistant Professor, School of Chemical Technology Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), Academic Record • PhD-Petroleum Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad. Topic: “Experimental and Modeling Studies of Flow of Paraffinic Crude Oil through Horizontal Pipes” • B.Tech- Chemical Engineering, West Bengal University of Technology, 7.76/10 DGPA, 2012. • Higher Secondary (12th), Indian Council of Secondary Education, 76.00%, 2008. • Secondary (10th), Indian Council of Secondary Education, 84.33%, 2006. Professional Experiences Total Experience: 17th January 2017 – 11th January 2018: Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Koneru Lakshmaiah University, Green Fields, Vaddeswaram, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India 24th September 2012 – 4th August 2013: Graduate Trainee, Maithan Ceramic Limited, Dhanbad, Maithan, Jharkhand, India Hardware / Software Skills • C and C++ • Core Java • MS Office (word, excel and power point) • ANSYS -Computational fluid dynamics and fluid flow behaviour simulation and analysis • ChemDraw – Structure of chemical compounds • Origin – Representation of data through graphs, charts etc. Industry / Field Training • Vocational training at Dankuni Coal Complex, Dankuni, Hooghly, West Bengal, India (4-weeks) • Field training in Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited, Mehsana Asset, Gujarat, India (2-weeks) Professional work summary • KLU • Course Teacher forthe subjects of 1. Pipeline Engineering (including Fluid Mechanics as a basis); and 2. Petroleum Production System Design • Faculty-in-charge: Research and Development • Faculty-in-charge: Planning and Development • Student counselling Publication Records International Journals Banerjee, S., Ansari, I., Kumar, R., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Effect of extracted natural surfactant on flow behaviour of heavy crude oil, International Journal of Coal, Gas and Oil Technology, 13 (3) 260-276, 2016. Banerjee, S., Kumar, R., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Use of a Novel Natural Surfactant for Improving Flowability of Indian Heavy Crude Oil, Petroleum Science and Technology, 33, 819-826, 2015. Kumar, R., Banerjee, S., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Comparative Studies on Synthetic and Naturally Extracted Surfactant for Improving Rheology of Heavy Crude Oil, Petroleum Science and Technology, 33, 1101-1109, 2015. Banerjee, S., Kumar, R., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Effect of Natural and Synthetic Surfactant on the Rheology of Light Crude Oil, Petroleum Science and Technology, 33, 1516-1525, 2015. Kumar, R., Banerjee, S., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Improvement of transportability of Indian heavy crude oil using novel surfactant, Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, 23, 262-270, 2016. Banerjee, S., Kumar, R., Bora, G.S., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K. Application of naturally extracted surfactant from Madhuca longifolia to improve the flow properties of heavy crude oil through horizontal pipeline, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 168 (1), 178-189, 2018. Kumar, R., Banerjee, S., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Flow improvement of heavy crude oil through pipelines using surfactant extracted from soapnuts, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 152, 353-360, 2017 Banerjee, S., Kumar, R., Akthar, A., Bairagi, R., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Effect of Pour point depressant on wax deposition and drag reduction in horizontal pipelines, Petroleum Science and Technology, 35 (6), 561-569, 2017. Kumar, R., Banerjee, S., Banik, A., Bandhyopadhyay, T., Naiya, T.K., Simulation of single phase non-Newtonian flow characteristics of heavy crude oil through horizontal pipelines, Petroleum Science and Technology, 35 (6), 615-624, 2017. Banerjee, S., Kumar, S., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Design of novel chemical solvent for treatment of waxy crude, International Journal of Coal, Gas and Oil Technology, 15 (4), 363-379, 2017 Kumar, R., Banerjee, S.,Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K., Investigation of novel extracted surfactant on rheological properties of heavy crude oil, International Journal of Coal, Gas and Oil Technology, 14 (4), 354-368, 2017 Banerjee, S., Ansari, I., Kumar, R., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K, Studies on Naturally Extracted Surfactant to Enhance Flow Properties of Crude Oil, Journal of Modern Chemistry & Chemical Technology, 7, 41-49, 2016. Banerjee, S., Kumar, S., Mandal, A., Naiya, T.K. Selection and Preparation of Solvent for Wax Dissolution in Heavy Crude Oil Wells, Journal of Modern Chemistry & Chemical Technology, 7, 50-57, 2016 Gudala, M.,Banerjee, S, Kumar, A., Naiya, T.K., Mandal, A., Rao, R.M.T. Rheological Modeling and Drag Reduction Studies of Indian Heavy Crude Oil in presence of Novel Surfactant, Petroleum Science and Technology, 35 (24), 2287-2295, 2017. Gudala, M.,Banerjee, S., Rao, R.M.T., Naiya, T.K., Mandal, A. Studies on the Effect of Bio Additive on Viscosity and Energy Requirement for Heavy Crude Oil Flow, Petroleum Science and Technology, 0, 1-9, 2017. Basu, A., Behera, S.S., Dash, S., Banerjee, S., Sarkar, S., Mohanty, C.K., Dhal, N.K., Parhi, P.K., Tripathy, S.K., A study on removal of Cr(III) from aqueous solution using biomass of Cymbopogon flexuosus immobilized in sodium alginate beads and its use as hydrogenation catalyst, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, in press. Gudala, M.,Banerjee, S.,Kumar, R.,S., Rao, R.M.T., Naiya, T.K., Mandal, A. Experimental Investigation on Hydrodynamics of Two-Phase Crude Oil Flow in Horizontal Pipeline with Novel Surfactant, Journal of Fluids Engineering, 140 (6), 2018. Gudala, M., Banerjee, S., Naiya, TK, Mandal, A., Subbaiah, T., Rao, T.R.M., Hydrodynamics and energy analysis of heavy crude oil transportation through horizontal pipelines using novel surfactant, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 178, 140-151, 2019. Gudala, M., Banerjee, S., Naiya, TK, Suresh, G., Experimental and Correlation Development of Heavy oil viscosity using bio-additives, accepted for publication in Energy and Fuels. International Conference Proceedings T. K. Naiya, S. Banerjee, R. Kumar, A. Mandal, Heavy Crude Oil Rheology Improvement using naturally Extracted Surfactant, Oil and Gas India Conference and Exhibition held in Mumbai, India by Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Page 1-17,24-26th Nov, 2015. S. Banerjee, R. Kumar, A. Mandal, T. K. Naiya, Comparative studies on Rheology of Indian heavy crude oil with natural and synthetic surfactant, E-proceedings of the third International Conference on Petroleum Science and Technology, IIT Madras, page 11-20, 3-5 Nov, 2014. S. Banerjee, R. Kumar, I. Ansari, A. Mandal, T. K. Naiya, Effect of novel natural surfactant on flow behavior of heavy crude oil, E-proceedings of the third International Conference on Petroleum Science and Technology, IIT Madras, page 2-10, 3-5 Nov, 2014. Seminars / Conferences / Workshops Attended R. Kumar, S. Banerjee, A. Mandal and T. K. Naiya,Use of Dilutants for Improving Flow of Heavy Crude Oil, National Symposium on Recent Advances in Chemistry and Industry organised by Indian Chemical Society, 1-2 August, 2014, Kolkata. S. Banerjee, R. Kumar, A. Mandal and T. K. Naiya, The Rheological Studies of synthetic crude for transportation through pipeline, National Conference on Recent trends in chemical and Allied Industries: Engineering, Economics and Environment, 28-29 June, 2014, Kolkata.

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