ChE 228/511 Process Heat Transfer

Past exam numerical values in the solutions
Please note that these are not full solutions, just the numerical values of some key
intermediate steps and the final result, so that you can check your working.

ChE 327 Exam 2007, S2
Q1:

Use infinitely long rods eqn (3.79) in Table 3.4, and take the ratio.
kT = 56.6 W/mK

Q2:

ReD = 11495
NuD = 35.5 (using Dittus-Boelter)
hi = 3.11 W/m2K
U = 1.22 W/m2K
Tm,o = 15.7°C
q = 438 W

Q3:

q = 6.072×106 W
ε = 0.571
Cmin/Cmax = 0
NTU ~ 0.8 (from Fig 11.15)
L = 4.56 m

Q4:

q′conv = 28.27 W/m
q′12 = 31.24 W/m
T1 = 745 K = 472°C

ChE 327 Exam 2007, S1
Q1:

Rt = 451.1 K/W (no lens)
Rt = 356.0 K/W (with lens)
q = 35.5 mW (no lens)
q = 44.9 mW (with lens)

Q2:

Tf ~ 450 K
ReD = 3087
Nu D = 28.2 (using Churchill-Bernstein)
h = 105.2 W/m2K
T = 603 K

Q3:

Tm ~ 292 K
ReD = 14100
Nu D = 43.3 (using Dittus-Boelter)
h = 22.2 W/m2K
L = 1.56 m (a)

1 W/m2K Tm.40 (using Churchill-Chu) h = 1306 W/m2K q′conv = 780 W/m ChE 327 Exam 2006 Q1: TCu = 333 K θ(t)/θi = 0.3 W/m2K q = 81.19 F2(3.1) = 0.23) hx = 4.5 K Rex = 23041 Nux = 44.3 W/m2K Bi = 1.44×106 s = 28.t = 3.15 W/m2K h = 12.25 F21 = 0. .55) h = 201 W/m2K U = 143.70 W/m2K q = 114.06 F12 = 0.05 (using Hausen) h = 222 W/m2K U = 154 W/m2K Tm.23) hx = 6.q = 1007 W t = 2.20 m Nu D = 4.o = 64°C (a) xfd.66 (using eqn 8.o = 65.09 (a) Part (b) is an analytical problem.3 days (b) Q4: Tf = 310 K RaD = 1.88×10-4 Q2: Tf = 316.74 (using eqn 7.18 W (a) Rex = 46082 Nux = 63.35 W/m2K h = 8.5°C (b) Q4: F23 = 0.718 τt = 208 s h = 35.8 W (b) Q3: Tm = 337 K ReD = 2210 Nu D = 3.587×105 Nu D = 10.28 (using eqn 7.