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72 (c)

KNOWN: Water storage tank initial temperature, water initial pressure and temperature, storage tank configuration. FIND: Identify heat transfer processes that will promote freezing of water. Determine effect of insulation thickness. Determine effect of wall thickness and tank material. Determine effect of transfer tubing material. Discuss optimal tank shape, and effect of applying thin aluminum foil to the outside of the tank. SCHEMATIC:

Transfer tubing To fuel cell

To fuel cell

Transfer tubing qconv

Tsur Water tt tins

Tsur Water tt qrad

E st,w

E out,w

h, T∞

tins

E in,t

h, T∞

E st,t

Figure 1 Rapid Response.

E st,t

Figure 2 Slow Response.

ANALYSIS: The thermal response of the water may be analyzed by dividing the cooling process into two parts. Part One. Water and Tank Rapid Response. We expect the mass of water to be significantly greater than the mass of the tank. From experience, we would not expect the water to completely freeze immediately after filling the tank. Assuming negligible heat transfer through the insulation or transfer tubing during this initial rapid water cooling period, no heat transfer to the air above the water, and assuming isothermal water and tank behavior at any instant in time, an energy balance on a control volume surrounding the water would yield

E st,w = -E out,w

An energy balance on a control volume surrounding the tank would yield

(1)

E in,t = E st,t

(2) (3)

where E out,w = E in,t

Combining Eqs. (1) – (3) yields

Continued…

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will serve to reduce the average temperature. < To slow the cooling process. heat losses by conduction through the tank wall would decrease as seen by inspection of Fourier’s law.t . (4). while the heat loss from the tank by convection to the cold air and radiation to the surroundings is proportional to the surface area of the tank.) E st. a large water mass to surface area is desired. Therefore. T ≈ Ti. < . however.t ⋅ (Ti. would decrease the time needed to cool the water to the freezing temperature. thus confirming our expectation. 1. the tank wall mass increases. reducing the rate at which the water temperature drops. As the thermal conductivity of the transfer tubing is increased. based on the first law of thermodynamics. The heat transfer processes that would promote water freezing include: -heat transfer through the insulation to the cold air -heat loss by conduction upward through the wall of the transfer tubing As the insulation thickness.7.T) where T is the average temperature of the water and tank after the initial filling process. Slow Water Cooling. tins. As the tank wall thermal conductivity is reduced.Ti.72 (c) (Cont. therefore by Fourier’s law.t . there would be a very small temperature drop across the thickness of the foil and would not impact the cooling rate. slowing the rate at which the water cools. is increased. is increased. The radiation loss.w >> M t c p. < Heat losses will occur by convection and radiation at the exposed tank area. (4) < < As the tank wall thickness. according to Eq. As the tank wall thickness is increased. to a lower value. This effect.w ⋅ (T .w . The aluminum foil is very thin and has a high thermal conductivity. the effect of the tank wall thickness could increase or decrease the water cooling rate. along with increasing the tank wall specific heat. this will also decrease the cooling rate of the water. T .PROBLEM 1. slowing the cooling process. The mass is proportional to the volume of water in the tank. Part Two. and would help prevent freezing. and therefore a wrap of foil would slow the water cooling process. Aluminum foil is a low emissivity material.t = M w c p. For M w c p. Fourier’s law indicates that heat losses from the water are decreased. This suggests that use of plastic for the transfer tubing would slow the cooling of the water. This. A spherical tank maximizes the volume-to-area ratio. heat losses from the water upward through the tube wall will increase. tt. is proportional to the emissivity of the surface.w ) = M t c p.w = -E st. as evident by inspecting Eq.

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