This lesson covers the fundamentals of transport phenomena of non-Newtonian fluids. It delves into the equations of change for isothermal systems, the basics of transport phenomena, and the molecular mechanism of transport. The lesson further discusses the derivation of equations of change for isothermal systems, focusing on the continuity equation and the mass balance over a control volume. It also explains the concept of momentum balance and the derivation of the momentum equation. The lesson concludes with a discussion on different types of derivatives used in transport phenomena and the simplifications of the equation of motion.

Transport phenomena of Non-Newtonian fluids involve the study of momentum, heat, and mass transfer in fluids that do not follow Newton's law of viscosity.

The continuity equation and the mass balance are fundamental concepts in understanding the transport phenomena of Non-Newtonian fluids.

The momentum balance and the derivation of the momentum equation provide insights into the motion of fluids.

Different types of derivatives, including partial, total, and substantial time derivatives, are used in transport phenomena.

Simplifications of the equation of motion, such as assuming constant density and viscosity for Newtonian fluids, can help in solving complex problems in transport phenomena.

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