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Final Exam

December 8, 2005 (Time: 3 hours)

This is an open book exam (text, notes, assignments, etc. are allowed).

Answer all 5 questions.

State all assumptions and justify, where possible.

Reference all data used.

Marks

**1. In Saskatchewan, the sky temperature can be as cold as -50°C and often results in frost
**

formation during the night even when the outdoor ambient temperature is above 0°C. One

example of this is frost formation on the outside of automobile windows. For the conditions

below, determine the ambient temperature (T∞) that will result in freezing when (a) there is

no solar radiation and (b) when the solar radiation incident on the surface is 400 W/m2 and

the surface absorptivity is 0.9.

(10)

(a) 10.5°C

(b) -13.5°C

(b)

(a)

Tsur = -50ºC

Tsur = -50ºC

T∞ = ? ºC

h = 15 W/(m2⋅K)

G = 400 W/m2

T∞ = ? ºC

h = 15 W/(m2⋅K)

Ts = 0ºC

ε = α = 0.9

Ts = 0ºC

ε = 0.9

**2. A thin ceramic block (ρ = 2000 kg/m3, Cp = 700 J/(kg⋅K) and k = 0.05 W/(m⋅K)) that is
**

prepared in an oven at 500°C must be cooled until all parts of the block are at a temperature

less than 70°C before it can be cut into pieces. To achieve cooling, the block is placed in an

20°C airstream that creates a convection coefficient of 90 W/(m2⋅K) on all edges (top,

bottom and sides) of the block. For this large block (shown below), there exist an area in

the centre of the block that has 1-D heat transfer and an area near the edge that has 2-D and

3-D effects. (a) Determine how long it will take for the entire block to cool to 70°C and (b)

estimate the size of the 1-D heat transfer area at this time by applying the solution for an

infinite solid with a step change in the surface temperature. (The area of the block that has

1-D heat transfer can be assumed to be the area in the centre of the block where heat transfer

from the edges has less than a 1% effect on the temperature.)

100 cm

T∞ = 20 ºC

h = 90 W/(m2⋅K)

1-D heat

transfer area

100 cm

x cm

1 cm

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(10)

(a) 15 min.

(b) x=96 mm

Assume that the water in the rain gauge is at the same temperature as the ambient air and that the ambient air relative humidity is 40%. many farmers and ranchers use a rain gauge to monitor the depth of rain that has fallen in the area (e. The design must specify: (a) the required UA of the heat exchanger and (b) the number of fins required to provide this UA value if the convection heat transfer coefficients are 400 W/(m2⋅K) in the water and 15.o = 10ºC Cwater = 300 W/K 5. In the summer on the prairies. water will begin to evaporate from the rain gauge and the reading will decrease with time.5 m) for the configurations of (a) and (b) shown below. (a) T = 30ºC δ = 5 cm (b) (a) 27 W (b) 111 W T = -30ºC δ = 5 cm T = -30ºC w=1m (10) T = 30ºC w=1m TOTAL Page 2 of 2 50 . Determine the heat transfer through a horizontal rectangular cavity filled with air and made of polished stainless steel plates (1 m x 0.6 mm/day (a) 660 W/K (b) 700 fins Twater. After a rain. (10) 2. assume that the surface area of the bare pipe that is in contact with the water is negligible compared to the surface area of the fins that are in contact with the water.2 m2. (10) 4.000 W/(m2⋅K) in the evaporating fluid and the heat transfer surface area of the thin stainless steel pipe is 0. Design a shell and tube heat exchanger that can cool water with a heat capacity rate of 300 W/K from 50°C to 10°C using an evaporating fluid that maintains a temperature of 5°C as it passes through the exchanger.i = 50ºC Cwater = 300 W/K Annular stainless steel fin Tevaporator.3.g.i = 5ºC Twater.o = 5ºC 9 cm 4 cm fin thickness = 4 mm Tevaporator.. To simplify the problem. Determine the average rate at which the rain gauge reading will decrease in a day (mm/day) when the average outdoor temperature is 22°C and the convection heat transfer coefficient between the water in the gauge and the ambient air is 3 W/(m2⋅K)). 25 mm or 1 inch).

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