Nishan Poojary
Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management (SMVITM), Udupi
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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Convective mass transfer coefficient of a flat plate laminar flow given Reynolds number
Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Free stream velocity*0.322)/((Reynolds Number^0.5)*(Schmidt Number^0.67)) GO
Mass transfer boundary layer thickness of a flat plate in laminar flow
Mass transfer boundary layer thickness at x=Hydrodynamic boundary layer thickness *(Schmidt Number^(-0.333)) GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient of a flat plate laminar flow given drag coefficient
Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Drag Coefficient*Free stream velocity)/(2*Schmidt Number^0.67) GO
Drag coefficient of flat plate laminar flow given Schmidt number
Drag Coefficient=(2*Convective mass transfer coefficient*(Schmidt Number^0.67))/Free stream velocity GO
Local Sherwood number for a flat plate in laminar flow
Local Sherwood number=0.332*(Local Reynolds Number^0.5)*(Schmidt Number^0.333) GO
Mass transfer Stanton number
Stanton number=Convective mass transfer coefficient/Free stream velocity GO
Sherwood number for a flat plate in laminar flow
Sherwood number=0.664*(Reynolds Number^0.5)*(Schmidt Number^0.333) GO
Friction velocity
Friction velocity=Mean velocity*(sqrt(Friction factor/8)) GO
Mean Velocity When Frictional Velocity is Given
Mean velocity=Friction velocity/sqrt(Friction factor/8) GO
drag coefficient of flat plate laminar flow given friction factor
Drag Coefficient=Friction factor/4 GO
Reynolds Number When Frictional Factor of Laminar Flow is Given
Reynolds Number=64/Friction factor GO

8 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Convective mass transfer through Liquid gas interface
Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Mass transfer coefficient*Mass transfer coefficient*Henry's constant)/((Mass transfer coefficient*Henry's constant)+(Mass transfer coefficient)) GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient in humidification
Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Convective heat transfer coefficient*(Temperature-Wet bulb temperature))/(Enthalpy of evaporation*(Partial pressure -Partial pressure )) GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient
Convective mass transfer coefficient=Mass flux of diffusion component A/(Concentration of component A in mixture 1-Concentration of component A in mixture 2) GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient of flat plate in combined laminar turbulent flow
Convective mass transfer coefficient=(0.0286*Free stream velocity)/((Reynolds Number^0.2)*(Schmidt Number^0.67)) GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient of a flat plate laminar flow given Reynolds number
Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Free stream velocity*0.322)/((Reynolds Number^0.5)*(Schmidt Number^0.67)) GO
Convective mass transfer when heat transfer is given
Convective mass transfer coefficient=Heat transfer coefficient/(Specific heat*Density*(Lewis Number^0.67)) GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient given drag coefficient
Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Drag Coefficient*Free stream velocity)/(2*(Schmidt Number^0.67)) GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient of a flat plate laminar flow given drag coefficient
Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Drag Coefficient*Free stream velocity)/(2*Schmidt Number^0.67) GO

Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow Formula

Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Friction factor*Free stream velocity)/(8*(Schmidt Number^0.67))
hm=(f*u∞ )/(8*(Sc^0.67))
More formulas
Local Sherwood number GO
Mass transfer Stanton number GO
Mass transfer boundary layer thickness of a flat plate in laminar flow GO
Local Sherwood number for a flat plate in laminar flow GO
Sherwood number for a flat plate in laminar flow GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient of a flat plate laminar flow given Reynolds number GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient of a flat plate laminar flow given drag coefficient GO
Drag coefficient of flat plate laminar flow GO
Drag coefficient of flat plate laminar flow given Schmidt number GO
drag coefficient of flat plate laminar flow given friction factor GO
Friction factor of flat plate laminar flow GO
Friction factor of flat plate laminar flow given Reynolds number GO
Local Sherwood number for a flat plate in turbulent flow GO
Average Sherwood number of flat plate turbulent flow GO
Average sherwood number of a flat plate combined laminar and turbulent flow GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient of flat plate in combined laminar turbulent flow GO
Convective mass transfer coefficient given drag coefficient GO
Drag coefficient of flat plate in combined laminar turbulent flow GO
Average Sherwood number of a internal turbulent flow GO
Friction factor in internal flow GO
Convective mass transfer when heat transfer is given GO
Heat transfer coefficient given mass transfer and Lewis number GO
Convective mass transfer through Liquid gas interface GO
Free stream velocity of flat plate laminar flow GO
Free stream velocity of the flat plate laminar flow given drag coefficient GO
Free stream velocity of the flat plate laminar flow given friction factor GO
Free stream velocity of the flat plate having combined laminar-turbulent flow GO
Free stream velocity of the flat plate having combined flow given darg coefficient GO
Free stream velocity of the flat plate in internal turbulent flow GO
Specific heat given convective heat and mass transfer GO
Density of the material given convective heat and mass transfer coefficient GO
Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 GO

What is convective mass transfer...?

Mass transfer by convection involves the transport of material between a boundary surface (such as solid or liquid surface) and a moving fluid or between two relatively immiscible, moving fluids. In forced convection type the fluid moves under the influence of an external force (pressure difference)as in the case of transfer of liquids by pumps and gases by compressors. Natural convection currents develop if there is any variation in density within the fluid phase. The density variation may be due to temperature differences or to relatively large concentration differences.

How to Calculate Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow?

Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow calculator uses Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Friction factor*Free stream velocity)/(8*(Schmidt Number^0.67)) to calculate the Convective mass transfer coefficient, The Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow formula is defined as the value of heat transfer coefficient due to convection when friction factor and Schmidt number is given. Convective mass transfer coefficient and is denoted by hm symbol.

How to calculate Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow, enter Friction factor (f), Free stream velocity (u∞ ) and Schmidt Number (Sc) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.236515 = (1*10)/(8*(12^0.67)).

FAQ

What is Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow?
The Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow formula is defined as the value of heat transfer coefficient due to convection when friction factor and Schmidt number is given and is represented as hm=(f*u∞ )/(8*(Sc^0.67)) or Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Friction factor*Free stream velocity)/(8*(Schmidt Number^0.67)). The Friction factor or Moody chart is the plot of the relative roughness (e/D) of a pipe against Reynold's number, Free stream velocity is defined as, at some distance above the boundary the velocity reaches a constant value that is free stream velocity and Schmidt number (Sc) is a dimensionless number defined as the ratio of momentum diffusivity (kinematic viscosity) and mass diffusivity.
How to calculate Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow?
The Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow formula is defined as the value of heat transfer coefficient due to convection when friction factor and Schmidt number is given is calculated using Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Friction factor*Free stream velocity)/(8*(Schmidt Number^0.67)). To calculate Convective mass transfer coefficient in internal flow, you need Friction factor (f), Free stream velocity (u∞ ) and Schmidt Number (Sc). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Friction factor, Free stream velocity and Schmidt Number and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Convective mass transfer coefficient?
In this formula, Convective mass transfer coefficient uses Friction factor, Free stream velocity and Schmidt Number. We can use 8 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Convective mass transfer coefficient=Mass flux of diffusion component A/(Concentration of component A in mixture 1-Concentration of component A in mixture 2)
  • Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Free stream velocity*0.322)/((Reynolds Number^0.5)*(Schmidt Number^0.67))
  • Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Drag Coefficient*Free stream velocity)/(2*Schmidt Number^0.67)
  • Convective mass transfer coefficient=(0.0286*Free stream velocity)/((Reynolds Number^0.2)*(Schmidt Number^0.67))
  • Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Drag Coefficient*Free stream velocity)/(2*(Schmidt Number^0.67))
  • Convective mass transfer coefficient=Heat transfer coefficient/(Specific heat*Density*(Lewis Number^0.67))
  • Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Mass transfer coefficient*Mass transfer coefficient*Henry's constant)/((Mass transfer coefficient*Henry's constant)+(Mass transfer coefficient))
  • Convective mass transfer coefficient=(Convective heat transfer coefficient*(Temperature-Wet bulb temperature))/(Enthalpy of evaporation*(Partial pressure -Partial pressure ))
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