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Code No: NR320305
III B.Tech II Semester Supplementary Examinations, Apr/May 2006
(Mechanical Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks
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1. (a) Discuss the di\ufb00erent modes by which heat be transferred. Give suitable ex-
ample to illustrate your answer .
(b) Write the fourier rate equation for heat transfer by conduction. Give the units
and physical signi\ufb01cance of each term appearing in this equation.

2. Determine the heat transfer rate through a spherical copper shell of thermal con- ductivity 386 W/mK, inner radius of 2- mm and outer radius of 60 mm. The inner surface and outer surface temperatures are 2000C and 1000C respectively.


3. (a) Air at 200C \ufb02ows over a \ufb02at plate at 600C at a velocity of 60 m/s. Deter- mine the value of average convective heat transfer co-e\ufb03cient upto a Reynolds number of 107

i. Considering the laminar region
ii. Considering that roughness causes turbulence even at the leading edge.
(b) What is Reynolds analogy.
4. (a) Sketch temperature and velocity pro\ufb01le of free convection of vertical wall.

(b) Water at 200C was \ufb02owing over a plate of uniform heat \ufb02ux of 9000 w/m2. The \ufb02ow velocity was 200 mm/s. The length of the plate was 1.3 m. Determine the temperature of the plate.

5. (a) Distinguishbetween
i. Subcooled boiling & Saturated boiling
ii. Nucleate boiling & \ufb01lm boiling.

(b) Water at atmospheric pressure is boiled in a Kettle made of copper. The bot- tom of the Kettle is \ufb02at, 35 cm in diameter and maintained at a temperature of 1150C by an electric heater. Calculate the rate of heat required to boil water. Also estimate the rate of evaporation of water from the Kettle. [4+12]

6. (a) Two rectangles 0.8 by 0.8m are placed perpendicularly with a common edge. One surface hasT1 = 1000k\u03b51 = 0.6, while the other surface is insulated and in radiant balance with a large surrounding room at 300K. Determine the temperature of the insulated surface and the heat lost by the surface at 1000K.

(b) Write brief notes on radiation shields
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