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2010-2011

Assignment 1

consisting of two 3 mm thick layers of glass (k=0.78

W/m.oC) separated by a 12 mm wide stagnant air space

(k=0.026 W/m.oC). Determine the steady state rate of heat

transfer through this double pane window and the

temperature of its inner surface for a day during which the

room is maintained at 24oC while the temperature of the

outdoors is -5oC. Take the convection heat transfer

coefficients on the inner and outer surfaces of the window

to be h1=10 W/m2.oC and h2= 25 W/m2.oC, and disregard

any heat transfer by radiation.

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2. Consider a 5 m high, 8 m long, and 0.22 m thick wall whose representative cross section

is as given in the figure. The thermal conductivities of various materials used, in W/m.oC,

are KA=KF=2, KB=8, KC=20, KD=15, and KE=35. The left and right surfaces of the wall

are maintained at uniform temperatures of 300oC and 100oC, respectively. Assuming heat

transfer through the wall to be one-dimensional, determine (a) the rate of heat transfer

through the wall; (b) the temperature at the point where the sections B, D and E meet; and

(c) the temperature drop across the section F. Disregard any contact resistances at the

interface.

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3. Steam flowing through a long, thin-walled pipe maintains the pipe wall at a uniform

temperature of 500 K. The pipe is covered with an insulation blanket comprised of two

different materials, A and B.

The interface between the two materials may be assumed to have an infinite contact

resistance, and the entire outer surface is exposed to air for which T∞ = 300 K and h = 25

W/m2.K.

(a) Sketch the thermal circuit of the system. Label (using above symbols) all

pertinent nodes and resistances.

(b) For all prescribed conditions, what is the total heat loss from the pipe? What are

the outer surface temperatures Ts,2(A) and Ts,2(B)?

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4. The rear window of an automobile (k = 1.4 W/m.K) is defogged by attaching a thin,

transparent, film type heating element to its inner surface. By electrically heating this

element, a uniform heat flux may be established at the inner surface. For 4 mm thick

window glass, determine the electrical power required per unit window area to maintain

an inner surface temperature of 15 oC when the interior air temperature and convection

coefficient are T∞,i = 25 oC and hi = 10 W/m2.K., while the exterior (ambient) air

temperature and convection coefficient are T∞,o = -10 oC and ho = 65 W/m2.K?

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5. An electrical current of 700 A flows through a stainless steel cable having a diameter of 5

mm and an electrical resistance of 6X10-4 Ω/m (i.e., per meter of cable length). The cable

is in an environment having a temperature of 30 oC, and the heat transfer coefficient

between the cable and the environment is 25 W/m2.K.

(a) If the cable is bare, what is its surface temperature?

(b) If a very thin coating of electrical insulation is applied to the cable, with a contact

resistance of 0.02 m2.K/W, what are the insulation and cable surface temperatures?

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6. A stainless steel (AISI 304) tube used to transport a chilled pharmaceutical has an inner

diameter of 36 mm and a wall thickness of 2 mm. The pharmaceutical and the ambient air

are at temperature of 6 °C and 23°C respectively, which the corresponding inner and

outer convection coefficients are 400 W/m2.K and 6 W/m2.K, respectively. Kst=14.4

W/m.k

(a) What is the heat gain per unit tube length?

(b) What is the heat gain per unit length if a 10-mm- thick layer of calcium silicate

insulation (Kins = 0.050 W/m.K) is applied to the tube?

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