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12/2/2014

**Worked Out Examples
**

(Thermal B.L.)

Example 1 (Convection Coefficient):

Air at a free stream temperature of T = 20 C is in parallel flow over a flat plate of length L

= 5 m and temperature Ts = 90 C. However, obstacles placed in the flow intensify mixing

with increasing distance x from the leading edge, and the spatial variation of temperatures

measured in the boundary layer is correlated by an expression of the form T( C) = 20 +

70e(- 600 x y), where x and y are in meters. Determine and plot the manner in which the local

convection h varies with x. Evaluate the average convection coefficient h for the plate.

**1. Statement of the Problem
**

a) Given

Free stream air temperature T = 20 C

Plate length L = 5 m

Plate surface temperature Ts = 90 C

Correlated measured temperature in the boundary layer: T(C) = 20 + 70e(- 600 x y),

where x and y are in meters

b) Find

Determine and plot the manner in which the local convection h varies with x.

Evaluate the average convection coefficient h for the plate.

2. System Diagram

T = 20C

T x, y 20 70 e 600 xy

y

Ts = 90C

x

L=5m

3. Assumptions

Steady state condition

Uniform free stream air temperature T = 20 C = constant

1 T h k f Ts T y kf Ts T kf Ts T kf y 0 y 0 20 70 e 600 xy y T y y 0 0 70 600 x e 600 xy y 0 70 600 x 1 Ts T 42000 k f x h x Ts T Taking the average of the free stream and surface temperatures: . h varies with the distance x from the leading edge. Governing Equations Newton's Law of Cooling q s h Ts T One Dimensional Fourier's Law q k f On the plate surface y = 0 12/2/2014 q s k f T y T y y 0 Average Convection Coefficient Definition 1 h h dAs As As For the special case of flow over a flat plate. 1 L h h dx L 0 5. Thus. q s h Ts T k f Therefore.550 Page 2 Uniform surface temperature Ts = 90 C = constant Constant thermal conductivity 4. h q s h Ts T … Newton's law of cooling q s k f T y y 0 … One-dimensional Fourier's law on the plate surface Thus.Ghosh . Detailed Solution Local Convection Coefficient.

5 5 Average Convection Coefficient.Ghosh .550 Page 3 T 20 90 2 12/2/2014 55C kf = 0.02 L 2 8. it becomes: h x 17.5 2 2.5 x (m) 3 3.5 4 4.02837 W/mK After plugging numbers into the expression obtained above.51 L 2 h 42. h The average coefficient over the range 0 x 5 m is 1 L h h dx L 0 1 L 17.02 x W/m2K Using MatLab. the variation of local convection coefficient can be plotted as: Variation of Local Convection Coefficient 90 80 70 h (W/m2. the average of the convection coefficient must be obtained by integrating the function over the whole range of the flat plate.K) 60 50 h(x) 40 30 20 10 0 0 0.02 L 2 L 0 1 L 17.5 1 1. Critical Assessment Because the local convection coefficient is a function of x.02 x dx L 0 1 x2 17.6 W/m2K 6. .

T . T Velocity Profile. 2. u(y) Temperature Profile. Obtain expressions for the friction coefficient Cf and the convection coefficient h in terms of U . T(y) Velocity B. Thermal B.Cy3 and T(y) = D + Ey + Fy2 . 1.550 Page 4 12/2/2014 Example 2 (Velocity and Temperature Profiles): In flow over a surface.Cy3 and T(y) = D + Ey + Fy2 . . velocity and temperature profiles are of the forms u(y) = Ay + By2 .L. and appropriate profile coefficients and fluid properties.Gy3 where the coefficients A through G are constants. T .Gy3 where the coefficients A through G are constants. System Diagram U . and appropriate profile coefficients and fluid properties.Ghosh . b) Find Expression for the friction coefficient Cf Expression for the convection coefficient h Both expressions must be in terms of U . Statement of the Problem a) Given Velocity and temperature profiles u(y) = Ay + By2 .L.

Cf s u y y 0 Ay By 2 Cy 3 y A 2 By 3Cy 2 Cf s 1 U 2 2 A 1 U 2 2 y 0 y 0 A 2 B 0 3C 0 A Therefore. s u y y 0 Newton's Law of Cooling One Dimensional Fourier's Law q s h Ts T q k f On the plate surface y = 0 5. Assumptions Steady state condition Constant air properties Uniform U .Ghosh . 2 u y q s k f T y T y y 0 . T = constant 4.550 Page 5 12/2/2014 3. Governing Equations Friction Coefficient Definition Cf s 1 U 2 2 Shear Stress Definition On the surface. Detailed Solution Friction Coefficient.

the friction coefficient and convection coefficient. Ts = T(y = 0) = D + E (0) + F (0)2 . h 1 T k f Ts T y y 0 Here. while the bearing material has a thermal conductivity of kb = 45 W/m K. The lubricant properties are = 0.03 N s/m2 and k = 0. h kf E D T 6.15 W/m K. Example 3 (Viscous dissipation and Heat Transfer Rate): A shaft with a diameter of 100 mm rotates at 9000 rpm in a journal bearing that is 70 mm long. which implies y = 0 m. A uniform lubricant gap of 1 mm separates the shaft and the bearing. kb Tb 1 Bearing. Twc = 30C Ts . h q s h Ts T k f T y y 0 Thus. an analysis must be done on the surface.G (0)3 = D h 1 k f D Ey Fy 2 Gy 3 D T y kf D T kf D T 0 E 2 Fy 3Gy 2 y 0 y 0 0 E 2 F 0 3G 0 2 Finally. Critical Assessment It is important to recognize (or know) that for both cases.Ghosh . kb 0 Lubricant x Shaft Lubricant Shaft 100 mm diameter 200 mm Water-cooled surface. y (mm) Bearing.550 Page 6 12/2/2014 Convection Coefficient.

07 m a = 0.15 W/mK kb = 45 W/mK Twc = 30 C Do = 0. in the lubricant. assuming no heat loss through the shaft Temperatures of the bearing and shaft. Assumptions Tb Shaft Water-cooled surface (Twc) Ts . determine the temperature of the bearing and shaft.03 Ns/m2 k = 0.2 m b) Find Viscous dissipation in the lubricant. Tb and Ts 2. (c) If the bearing housing is water-cooled.1 m = 9000 rpm = 942. such that the outer surface of the bearing is maintained at 30 C. (W/m3). (W/m3) Rate of heat transfer (W) from the lubricant. Tb and Ts. assuming that no heat is lost through the shaft.Ghosh . System Diagram Bearing (kb) a 0 Shaft (Di. (b) Determine the rate of heat transfer (W) from the lubricant. Statement of the Problem a) Given Di = 0. 1. ) Bearing y (mm) 1 Lubricant x Lubricant (.5 rad/s L = 0.001 m (gap) = 0. k) D o 3.550 Page 7 12/2/2014 (a) Determine the viscous dissipation.

Ghosh .07 m) / (0. Thus. the viscous dissipation is u y Because p/x = 0 (assumed). .001 m) = 70. but one plate moving with constant speed) U 1 p 2 u( y) y y ay a 2 x Heat Diffusion Equation in Cylindrical Coordinates 1 T 1 T T T kr k k q c p r r r r 2 z z t Fourier's Law in Cylindrical Coordinates T 1 T T q kT k er e ez r r z 2-D Energy Equation T T T T c p u v k k q y x x y y x 5. x 2 . Detailed Solution Viscous dissipation in the lubricant Assume v 0 in the gap. Governing Equations 2-D Dissipation Function u v y x 2 u 2 x 2 v y 2 2 u v 3 x y 2 Velocity Distribution in Couette Flow (flow in two infinite parallel plates. and the fully developed flow (assumed) implies u v y x 2 u 2 x 2 v y 2 2 u v 3 x y 2 U 1 p 2 U y y y ay u ( y ) a 2 x a Therefore. so this is a reasonable assumption] p/x = 0 (flow is symmetric in the actual bearing at no load) 4.550 Page 8 12/2/2014 Steady state condition Constant fluid properties (. and k's) Fully developed flow in the gap (u/x = 0) Infinite width [L/a = (0. the velocity distribution becomes: u( y) u 0 .

See the diagram below.Ghosh .662 107 W/m3 Rate of heat transfer (W) from the lubricant The heat transfer rate from the lubricant volume through the bearing is qL = = ( Di a L) qL = (6.07 m is the length of the bearing normal to the page.1 m) (0.662 107 W/m3)[() (0. Then Fourier's law . Do /2 Direction of Heat Transfer r Di /2 Ts Tb Assume that the direction of heat transfer is becomes: Twc in only r direction.550 Page 9 u y 2 12/2/2014 U y y a 2 U a 2 where U is the tangential velocity of the shaft. Tb and Ts First. Temperatures of the bearing and shaft. and it is U Ri Di 2 Finally. let us find out the bearing temperature (Tb). = 6.001 m) (0. the viscous dissipation is U a 2 D i 2a 2 After plugging in values into this expression above.07 m)] = 1465 W where L = 0. which requires considering heat transfer between Tb and Twc.

T T T C1 C1 r 0 r T ( r ) C1 ln(r ) C 2 r r r r r The first boundary condition: Tb = C1 ln(Di/2) + C2 The second boundary condition: Twc = C1 ln(Do/2) + C2 After rearranging. because kb = constant. 12/2/2014 T T or q r kA r r q r k b 2rL T … (1) r Heat diffusion equation is (assuming no heat generation in the bearing) 1 T kr 0 r r r In our case. q r k b 2rL r T Twc 1 Tb Twc Twc k b 2rL b ln r ln Di Do Do 2 ln Di Do r Therefore. 1 T 1 T T kb r 0 kb r 0 r 0 r r r r r r r r Boundary conditions for this differential equation are: T = Tb @ r = Di /2 T = Twc @ r = Do /2 Let us solve the differential equation with the boundary conditions. the temperature distribution becomes: T (r ) Tb Twc r Twc ln ln Di Do Do 2 Substituting this temperature distribution into equation (1).550 Page 10 q r k In our case.Ghosh . qr k b 2L Tb Twc qL ln Di Do .

because the top and bottom plates are at uniform temperatures. y Tb k& a U Ts x The 2-D energy equation may be simplified for the prescribed conditions (see assumptions) and further assuming v 0 and q 0 . the surface is adiabatic dT dy 0 y 0 C3 = 0 .07m 45W / m K Finally. we obtain T ( y) 2k U a 2 y 2 C1 y C 2 The boundary conditions are. in which case ( T/x) = 0. let us find out the shaft temperature (Ts).3C 30C 2Lk b 2 0.Ghosh . it follows that c p u u T T T k k x x x y y y 2 However. at y = 0.2m 0. For constant thermal conductivity the appropriate form of the energy equation is then 0k 2 u 2T y 2 y The desired temperature distribution may be obtained by solving this equation.1m 81. the temperature field must also be fully developed.550 Page 11 Tb Twc 12/2/2014 q L ln Do Di 1465W ln 0. du d 2T k 2 dy dy 2 U a 2 Integrating twice. Rearranging and substituting for the velocity distribution.

4C 6.15W / m K 2 Ts 303. The surface has a length of 1 m and a surface area of 1 m2.43 Re 0L. Critical Assessment We have dealt with both heat conduction and convection situation on this problem.550 Page 12 12/2/2014 and at y = a.Ghosh .43 Re 0L.1m 942.4 The air flowing over the surface has a temperature of 290 K.03N s / m 0. 1.3C 0. Example 4 (Use of Similarity Rules and Correlation Parameters): An industrial process involves evaporation of a thin water film from a contoured surface by heating it from below and forcing air across it. Laboratory measurements for this surface have provided the following heat transfer correlation: Nu L 0. Tb 2 U 2 U a 0 C 2 C 2 Tb 2k a 2k 2 T ( a ) Tb Hence.58 Pr 0. y = 0. the temperature distribution is 2 y2 T ( y ) Tb U 1 2 2k a Tb Di 2k 2 2 1 y2 a2 and the temperature at the shaft. is Ts T (0) Tb Di 2k 2 2 81.58 Pr 0. Make sure you understand the difference between them and how to apply an appropriate equation for a particular case. the temperature is that of the bearing. a velocity of 10 m/s. and is completely dry ( = 0). (c) Determine the rate at which heat must be supplied to the surface for these conditions.5rad / s 2 2 2 0. Statement of the Problem a) Given Heat transfer correlation equation: Nu L 0. (a) Determine the heat transfer coefficient and the rate at which the surface loses heat by convection.4 . (b) Determine the mass transfer coefficient and the evaporation rate (kg/h) of the water on the surface. Just enough energy is supplied to maintain its steady-state temperature at 310 K.

Ghosh . Governing Equations Reynolds Number: Re L Prandtl Number: Pr Schmidt Number: Sc V L D AB T Ts 300 K 2 .58 Pr 0.4 Surface Ts L As Air T U 3.43 Re 0L. Pr Thin water film Sh f 2 Re L . System Diagram Heat transfer correlation: Nu L 0. Assumptions Steady state condition Constant properties Heat-mass analogy applies: Heat Transfer Mass Transfer Nu f 1 Re L . Sc Correlation requires properties evaluated at Tmean 4.550 Page 13 12/2/2014 Forcing air properties: T = 290 K (temperature) U = 10 m/s (velocity) = 0 (completely dry) Surface dimensions and property: L = 1 m (length) As = 1 m2 (area) Ts = 310 K (temperature) b) Find Heat transfer coefficient Rate at which the surface loses heat by convection Mass transfer coefficient Evaporation rate (kg/h) of the water on the surface Rate at which heat must be supplied to the surface for these conditions 2.

4 0.89 10 6 m 2 / s and substituting into the prescribed correlation for this surface.43 6. evaluate ReL at Tmean to characterize the flow Re L UL 10m / s 1m 6.26 10-4 m2/s Saturated water (at Ts = 310 K) A.707 864.293 10 5 15. First Law of Thermodynamics (for steady flow process): E in E out 0 5.0263W / m K 1m 0 .Ghosh .89 10-6 m2/s kf = 0.4 864.293 10 5 0. Detailed Solution Properties: Air (at Tmean = 300 K.53 Nu L k f L Pr 0.72 W/m2K Rate at which the surface loses heat by convection qconv h As Ts T 22.550 Page 14 12/2/2014 hL kf Average Nusselt Number: Nu Average Sherwood Number: Sh Newton's Law of Cooling: q conv h As Ts T hm L D AB Convection Mass Transfer Equation: m hm As A.04361 kg/m3 hfg = 2414 kJ/kg Heat transfer coefficient First of all.1 0. find Nu L 0.93 m3/kg = 0. 1 atm) DAB = 0.707 Air-water mixture (at Tmean = 300K. sat = 1/vg = 1/22.71W / m 2 K 1m 2 310 K 290 K 454. s A. 1 atm) = 15.0263 W/mK Pr = 0.58 0.1 22.2W hL kf .43 Re L h 0.

s A.12 10 2 m / s L 1m hm L D AB Evaporation rate (kg/h) of the water on the surface The evaporation rate. E in E out 0 q in q conv q evap 0 where qin is the heat supplied to sustain the losses by convention and evaporation.6112 0.43 Re 0L.4 Mass: Sh L 0.04361kg / m 3 0kg / m 3 9.26 10 4 m 2 / s Substituting numerical values.12 10 2 m / s 1m 2 0.s = A.89 10 6 m 2 / s 0.4 where Sc 15. .58 Sc 0. is m hm As A.4 0.43 6.2 0.4 815.550 Page 15 12/2/2014 Mass transfer coefficient Using the heat-mass analogy.327 kg / h Rate at which heat must be supplied to the surface for these conditions Air qconv qevap qin Applying the first law of thermodynamics.293 10 5 0. with A.Ghosh .6112 D AB 0. Heat: Nu L 0.26 10 4 m 2 / s 2.2 Sh L D AB 815.58 Pr 0.43 Re 0L. and find Sh L 0. 2.53 Sc 0.43 Re L hm 0.58 0.243 10 m 4 kg / s 3.sat (Ts).

The End . Note that convection mass transfer can be analyzed like convection heat transfer. Equations are very similar to each other.3W q in 2685W 6.550 Page 16 12/2/2014 q in q conv q evap h fg q in h As Ts T m q in 454. Notice that the heat loss from the surface by evaporation is nearly 5 times that due to convection. Critical Assessment Heat-mass analogy has been applied in this problem.Ghosh .2W 9.2W 2231.243 10 4 kg / s 2414 10 3 J / kg q in 454.

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