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Errata Sheet

Y. A. Cengel, Heat Transfer: A Practical Approach, 2nd ed., McGraw-Hill, 2003. ISBN 0072458933
(Last update: May 2005)
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Location

Error

Correction

Header
Fig. P1-93
Prob. 1-114
Eq. 2-43, second term

THERMODYNAMICS
60C
0.0113
T

kr

HEAT TRANSFER
55C
0.113
T

Header
Prob. 2-33, 1st term of equation

CHAPTER 1

CHAPTER 2

2 T
r

2 T
r

118
122

Prob. 2-59, 1st line


Prob. 2-92, 5th line

A 800-W

An 800-W

131

Eq. 3-15

g0
T T2

g 0
T1 T2

189
199
231

Prob. 3-29, 1st line


Fig. P3-119
1st equation of Solution

3-cm-thick
8C
0.36

270

6th line

same result.

15-cm-thick
12C
0.38
The result of (a) changes to 0.82 m.
same result when rounded to the second
decimal place for cents.

8
54
56
76
113-125
115

344-360

The same symbol is used to represent velocity component v and the kinematic viscosity . Change the following s to
the velocity component vee v [the lower case v for the y-component of velocity; see Fluids book for proper symbol]:
p. 344: All except the one in Eq. 6-16.
p. 345: 11th line of Sec. 6-7 (all 3 of them); Fig. 6-20 (all 3 of them).
p. 346-351: All
p. 352: All, except the one in last term of Eq. 6-40. (Always including the figure).
p. 353: 1st term v = of Eq. 6-47, and the line that follows.
p. 354: None.
p. 355: 2nd term of 6-56,
p. 356: All.
p. 357: 2nd line of Sec. 6-10.
p. 358: None

343-345
372
373
373, 374
376
376-377
711

p. 359: Eqs. 6-76 and 6-77.


p. 360: None
p. 361: Right column, the 4 equations in the middle of page [continuity, x-momentum, energy, and = eqs]
Sec. 6-6: In next edition, revise using Sec. 8-5 of Cengel-Cimbala FM, including new and upgraded figures.
11th line from bottom
detennined
determined
Fig. 7-9
V
V
Figs. 7-9 and 7-10
The Cf and hx curves touch the
The curves should not touch the vertical
vertical axis.
axis since Cf and hx should approach
infinity at x = 0.
Fig. 7-12
A
As
Example 7-1, Properties
= 24210-6
= 2.48510-4
Example 7-1, Properties
Table A-14
Table A-13
Prob. 13-94E, 1st line
double-pipe heat exchanger
double-pipe counterflow heat
exchanger
The first part of Analysis (first 9 lines): Replace by

429
430
433
433

Also, at bottom of p. 376 snd top of p. 377, replace 18 kg by 6 kg. [2 occurrences].


On p. 377, the 3 equations on the top:
In Nu= relation, replace 4.13 by 4.024. Also replace 1918 by 1913.
In h= relation: Replace 1918 by 1913. Also replace 55.2 by 55.24.
In Q= relation: Replace 55.2 by 55.24. Also replace 11,040 W by 11.0 kW.
13th line from bottom
NUT > 5
NTU > 5
top line
Eq. 8-17
Eq. 8-15
Eq. 8-45

2
5th line after Eq. 8-45
Cf = s ( V
Cf = s/ ( V
/ 2)

435

Eq. 8-56

444

Fig. 8-26, labels Di and D0

452

Prob. 8-5

454

Prob. 8-45

471
471
477
485
524
525
630
630
655
890, 891,
892

8th line
9th line
4th line of Section 9-5
12th line of Analysis
The line after Eq. 10-4
Eq. 10-5, numerator
2nd and 3rd lines from the bottom
2nd line from the bottom
Prob 12-9
Top row (with units) of Table A5E

r2

r2

/ 2)

4R
4R 2
Di should be the outer diameter of inner pipe, and
D0 is the inner diameter of outer pipe.
Missing information at the end
Add: D?
before the ?
Missing information at the end
After the last sentence, add: Assume
fully developed flow and disregard any
changes in Tln.
Eq. 9-26
Eq. 9-25
Eq. 9-27
Eq. 9-26
Insulting
insulating
100F
110F
Berenson
Berensen
Closing bracket ] is missing
0.68
0.62
0.28
0.38
Is twice
equals [to match SM]
Btu-in./ftF
Btu-in./hft2F