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TRANSFER

CONVECTION

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The Convective heat transfer coefficient in case of fluid flowing in the tubes is

not affected by the tube length/diameter ratio, if the flow is in the __________

zone.

Laminar

transition

highly turbulent

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J/m2K

W/m2K

W/mK

J/mK

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Controlling heat transfer film co-efficient is the one, which offers __________

resistance to the heat transfer.

No

The least

The largest

lower

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Bulk of the convective heat transfer resistance from a hot tube surface to the

fluid flowing in it, is

none of these

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hydrodynamically) laminar flow through a circular pipe, where the wall heat

flux is constant, is

2.36

4.36

120.36

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For flow over a flat plate, the ratio of thermal boundary layer thickness, t' to

hydrodynamic boundary layer thickness '' is proportional to (where, NPr =

Prandtl number)

NPr

NPr1/3

NPr-1

NPr-1/3

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Re, Pr

Re, Gr

mainly Gr

Re only

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If average heat transfer co-efficient is ha and the local coefficient at the end of

the plate is hl then in case of heat transfer to a fluid flowing over a flat plate,

heated over its entire length

ha= hl

ha= 2hl

ha= 0.5hl

ha= 0.75hl

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l to 2

5 to 10

100 to 500

1000 to 2000

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pipe, is mostly by

eddies current

conduction

Convection

none of these

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increasing temperature.

decreasing temperature

none of these

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causes difference in

viscosity

density

thermal conductivity

heat capacity

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__________ number.

Peclet

Prandtl

Stanton

Nusselt

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Cp /k

hD/k

K /Cp

None of these

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matter is described by

Fourier's law

Fick's law

none of these

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When warm and cold liquids are mixed, the heat transfer is mainly by

Conduction

convection

Radiation

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high viscosity

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Re and Pr

Re and Gr

Pr and Gr

Re and Sc

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K / (Cp. )

Cp./ k

/ Cp

.Cp / k

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layers are identical ?

0.5

1.5

10

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Grashof number

Peclet number

Reynolds number

Stanton number

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Nusselt number for full developed, laminar, constant property flow in a pipe at

uniform heat flux is

0.72

4.36

18

83

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hydrodynamic boundary layer, when the value of Prandtl number is

<1

>1

>5

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Overall heat transfer co-efficient of a particular tube is U1. If the same tube

with some dirt deposited on either side has coefficient U2, then

U1 = U2

U2 >U1

U1 > U2

U1 = dirt factor - U2

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Water

Transformer oil

Dilute H2SO4

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m2K/W

W/m2K

m2K/W

mK/W

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none of these

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Fouling factor

is a dimensionless quantity.

none of these.

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increases.

decreases.

remains unchanged

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is valid

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Which of the following forced convection heat transfer equation accounts for

the liquid viscosity effect for viscous liquids?

Dittus-Boelter equation

Sieder-Tate equation

Nusselt equation

None of these

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A fluid is flowing inside the inner tube of a double pipe heat exchanger with

diameter 'd'. For a fixed mass flow rate, the tube side heat transfer co-efficient

for turbulent flow conditions is proportional to

d0.8

d-0.2

d-1

d-1.8

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The Dietus-Boelter equation for convective heat transfer can not be used for,

molten metals

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Dietus-Boelter equation cannot be used for molten metals mainly due to its

very low

Prandtl number

Grashoff number

thermal conductivity

viscosity

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high viscosity.

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For a laminar flow of fluid in a circular tube, 'h1' is the convective heat transfer

co-efficient at velocity 'V1'. If the velocity is reduced by half and assuming the

fluid properties are constant, the new convective heat transfer co-efficient is

1.26 h1

0.794 h1

0.574 h1

1.741 h1

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Pe = Re.Pr

Pe = Re/Pr

Pe = Pr/Re

Pe = Nu.Re

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Graetz

Rayleigh

Nusselt

Stanton

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Peclet

Stanton

Graetz

None of these

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hydrodynamically) laminar flow through a circular pipe whose surface

temperature remains constant is

1.66

3.66

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0.001

0.72

70

150

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Liquid metal

Aqueous solution

Water

Lube oil

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Prn, is not valid, if the value of

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B

C

V0.8 Vs . U

D

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Reynold number

Bond Number

Grashof Number

Eckert number

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Match the Overall heat transfer coefficient for given fluids on vessel and

jacket side.

Jacket side Vessel side Overall heat transfer coefficient (W/m2K)

I Steam I Water a. 30 75, b. 5000 6000,

II Water II Polymer monomer c. 285 - 800 d. 850 - 1700

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I Graetz Number a. Heat transfer in creeping flow,

II Rayleigh number b. thermally developed flow

c. Product of Grashof and Prandtl no.

d. Product of Reynold and Prandtl number

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convection conditions, the velocity profile in air, normal to the plate,

is linear

is parabolic

exhibits minimum

exhibits maximum

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When the ratio of Grashof number to the square root of the Reynolds number is one,

the dominant mechanism of heat transfer is

free convection

forced convection

None of these

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None of these.

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Buoyancy effects

free convection

forced convection

Heat Conduction

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Conduction

Convection

Radiation

Condensation

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When the ratio of Grashof number to the square root of the Reynold number is Ten,

the dominant mechanism of heat transfer is

free convection

forced convection

None of these

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high viscosity

none of these

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0.01

10

100

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difference in

Density

Thermal Conductivity

Heat Capacity

none of these

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In pipe flow, heat is transferred from one fluid through the hot wall to the other fluid

by

conduction only

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heat transfer co-efficient over the entire heat exchanger is not constant.

none of these.

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The Sieder-Tate correlation for heat transfer in laminar flow in pipe gives,

where, Nu is the Nusselt number and Re is the Reynolds number for the flow.

Assuming that this relation is valid, the heat transfer co-efficient varies with the pipe

diameter (D) as

(D)-1.8

(D)-0.2

(D)0.2

(D) -0.33

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The Nusselt number for fully developed (both thermally and hydrodynamically)

laminar flow through a circular pipe whose surface temperature remains constant is

1.66

88.66

3.66

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I Stanton Number (a) hD/k (b) h / CpV

II Prandtl Number (c) / Cpk (d) Cp / k

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I Nusselt Number (a) Convective Resistance / fluid conduction Resistance

II Prandtl Number (b) fluid conduction Resistance / Convective Resistance

(d) Thermal Diffusivity / Kinematic Diffusivity

A

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thermal conductivity and a .(b). Value of thermal heat capacity.

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m2 /s

W / m.k

None of these

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Liquid Metals are used as heat transfer fluid in a nuclear reactor due to . (a)

heat transfer coefficient and (b) heat capacity.

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Heat transfer coefficients for liquid metals are high due to their high

viscosity

density

thermal conductivity

none of these

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Both A and B

none of these

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At the entrance of the pipe in which the fluid is being heated, the heat transfer

coefficient is

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Near the entrance of the pipe in which the fluid is being heated, the temp profile is

not fully developed then the local heat transfer coefficient is

zero

smaller than the heat transfer coefficient for fully developed turbulent flow

Infinite

greater than the heat transfer coefficient for fully developed turbulent flow

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zero

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Which of the dimesionless group is used to compare thermal boundary layer and

hydrodynamic boundary layer formed in heat transfer and fluid flow.

Fourier Number

Biot Number

Prandtl Number

Nusselt Number

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temperature is uniform

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None of these

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defined as,

A

(1 - 2) / loge (1 / 2)

(1 / 2) / loge(1 - 2)

(ln1 - ln2) / ln (1 / 2)

(1 + 2) / 2

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Planck Law

Kirchoff Law

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Peclet Number

none of these

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0.1< Pr < 10

1 < Pr < 10

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What is the value of Reynold number at which transition of the laminar to turbulent

flow occurs for fluid flows over a flat horizontal plate?

5 x 105

2100

4000

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The hot radiator used for heating a room is a device which transfers the heat by

forced convection

free convection

conduction

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None of above

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What is the accepted range of Reynold number for transition region between laminar

and turbulent regions occurs when fluid flows through the tube?

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Density

Gravitational force

Velocity

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The Ratio of fluid Convective Heat flux to the fluid Conductive Heat Flux is called

Grashof Number

Nusselt Number

Prandtl Number

Peclet Number

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a critical value of

None of these

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None of above

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minimum possible

maximum possible

zero

any of above

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Question In Natural Convection, The characteristic dimension of vertical pipe used in the

dimensionless numbers is,

A

Diameter of pipe

Perimeter

Area

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Question Coefficient of thermal Expansion of the fluid in natural convection is related with

A

Both of above

None of A & B

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A

both A & B

Neither A & B

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Stanton Number

Peclet Number

Grashof Number

Biot Number

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A

Prandtl Number

Biot Number

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A

Inversely to Density

All of above

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A

Aluminium

Rubber

Iron

Lead

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A

Kcal/ hr. m2

Kcal/hr

None of these

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Question The value log mean Temperature difference(LMTD) for counter flow heat exchanger

as compared to the parallel flow heat exchanger is

A

more

less

same

none of these

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A

Answer

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Question The Transition from laminar to turbulent regime for heat transfer by Natural

convection in flow of fluid is distinguished by the Number

A

Stanton Number

Rayleigh Number

Prandtl Number

Biot Number

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A

m /hr K

W /mK

m /hr

m2 /hr

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A

Nusselt Number

Grashof Number

Prandtl Number

Reynolds Number

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Question In the development of Laminar boundary layer and heat transfer over a flat plate of

length L, The average value of heat transfer coefficient can be obtained from the

local heat transfer coefficient hx at the trailing edge in the direction of flow by the

factor,

A

L

0

d/dx(hx)

L 0L hxdx

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hxdx

Question In the development of Laminar boundary layer and heat transfer over a flat plate, The

average value of heat transfer coefficient can be obtained by multiplying the local

heat transfer coefficient at the trailing edge in the direction of flow by the factor,

A

1.5

0.75

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Question The ratio of thickness of thermal boundary layer and hydrodynamic boundary layer

is proportional to (Prandtl Number)n, where n is,

A

-1/3

-2/3

-1

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A

(gTL3) /2

(gT2L3) /2

(gT2L3 )/2

(gT3L3) /3

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A

resistance

none of these

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Question A water Droplet at 25 0C is suddenly introduced into an infinite gas medium at 100

0

C saturated with water vapor. At steady state,

A

none of these.

Answer

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Question The overall resistance for heat transfer between the two fluids through barrier of

surface, is the __________ of the resistances to convection and conduction.

A

Average

geometric mean

Product

Sum

Answer

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Question The overall heat transfer coefficient for the heat transfer between the two fluids

through barrier of surface, is__________ to/of the sum of all resistances to

convection and conduction.

A

Equal

Inverse

More than

Less than

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Question Mode of heat transfer in which the flu moves under the influence of changes in flu

A

Radiation

natural convection

forced convection

Conduction

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Question Mode of heat transfer involved in the cooling of air cooled internal combustion

engine is

A

Conduction

natural convection

forced convection

none of these

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Question Which of the following has the lowest overall heat transfer co-efficient?

A

Dowtherm

Molten sodium

Water

Air

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Question Convection heat transfer takes place between a steel plate with surface temperature

(Ts) of 100C and the surrounding air (Ta) at 25C. If the surface area (A) of the

plate is 1 m2 and the convection heat transfer coefficient (h) is 25 W/m2K find the

heat transfer rate to the air.

A

1775W

1875W

1475W

1375W

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Question Find the heat transfer rate by forced convection between a surface of area (A) 15m

1.5 m and air, if the surface temperature (Ts) is 30C and the air temperature (Ta) is

45C. Assume the average convective heat transfer coefficient (h) to be 8 W/m2K.

A

2.7kW

270kW

2700kW

27kW

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A

Water

Air

Liquid Metal

Petroleum

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Question Convective heat transfer co-efficient in case of fluid flowing in tubes is not affected

by the tube length/diameter ratio, if the flow is in the __________ zone.

A

laminar

transition

highly turbulent

Answer

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A

J/(m2K)

(m2-K)/W

W/(m2-K)

J/sm2K

Answer

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Question Which one of the following statements about baffles in shell and tube heat exchanger

is false? Baffles

A

Answer

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Question Sieder Tate correction Factor takes into account the variation in

A

Pressure

Viscosity

specific heat

velocity

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Which of the following statements about the Dittus- Boelter equation is/are not true

Neither A nor B

Both A & B

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none of these

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determined, if

Do = OD of inner pipe

Di = ID of outer pipe

( D02- Di2) / Di

Di / ( D02- Di2)

( D0- Di)/ Di

None of these

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If Overall heat transfer coefficient for the convective heat transfer without phase

change is U1 and Overall heat transfer coefficient for the convective heat transfer

with phase change is U2 with keeping other parameters same for same system, then

U1 = U2

U2 > U1

U1 > U2

U1 = dirt factor - U2

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Inside Convective Heat transfer coefficient h1 for the fluid flows through straight

tube as compared to Inside Convective Heat transfer coefficient h2 for the same fluid

through the helical tube of same dimensions, under the same condition is

h1 > h2

h1 < h2

h1 = h2

None of these

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Inside Convective Heat transfer coefficient for fully developed flow of fluid in

smooth tubes can be determined by

Nusselt Equation

Prandtl Equation

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In Dietus-Boelter equation used for the turbulent flow through the pipe, heat transfer

co-efficient is proportional to

(Reynolds Number)0.2

(Reynolds Number)0.8

(Reynolds Number)0.33

(Reynolds Number)0.5

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In Dietus-Boelter equation used for the heating of turbulent flow through the pipe,

heat transfer co-efficient is proportional to

(Prandtl Number)0.3

(Prandtl Number)0.4

(Prandtl Number)0.8

(Prandtl Number)0.5

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In Dietus-Boelter equation used for the cooling of turbulent flow through the pipe,

heat transfer co-efficient is proportional to

(Prandtl Number)0.3

(Prandtl Number)0.4

(Prandtl Number)0.8

(Prandtl Number)0.5

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coefficient at velocity v1. If the velocity is reduced to half and assuming that fluid

properties are constant the new convective heat transfer coefficient is

1.26 h1

0.794h1

0.574 h1

1.741h1

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coefficient at velocity v1. If the velocity is doubled and assuming that fluid properties

are constant the new convective heat transfer coefficient is

1.26 h1

0.794h1

0.574 h1

1.741h1

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For a laminar flow of fluid in a circular tube, 'h1' is the convective heat transfer coefficient at velocity 'V1'. If the velocity is reduced by half and assuming the fluid

properties are constant, the new convective heat transfer co-efficient is

1.26 h1

0.794h1

0.574 h1

1.741h1

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For turbulent flow in a tube, the heat transfer co-efficient is obtained from the DittusBoelter correlation. If the tube diameter is doubled and the flow rate is halved, then

the heat transfer co-efficient will change by a factor of approximately,

0.5

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For laminar flow in tube, the heat transfer coefficient is obtained from Sieder Tate

equation. If the tube diameter is halved and the flow rate is doubled, then the heat

transfer coefficient will change by factor,

3.2

1.6

8.2

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In heat exchangers with steam outside the tubes, a liquid gets heated to 45 0C when

its velocity in the tubes is 2 m/s. If the velocity is reduced to 1 m/s, other things

remaining the same, the temperature of the exit liquid will be

less than 45 0C

equal to 45 0C

greater than 45 0C

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If the baffle spacing in a shell and tube heat exchanger increases, then the Reynolds

number of the shell side fluid

remains unchanged

increases

decreases

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If the baffle spacing in a shell and tube heat exchanger decreases, then the Reynolds

number of the shell side fluid

remains unchanged

increases

decreases

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If the diameter of the tubes in shell and tube heat exchanger decreases, then the

Reynolds number on the tube side fluid

remains unchanged

increases

decreases

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If the diameter of the tubes in shell and tube heat exchanger increases, then the

Reynolds number on the tube side fluid

remains unchanged

increases

decreases

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coefficient at velocity v1. If the velocity is reduced to half and assuming that fluid

properties are constant the new convective heat transfer coefficient is

1.26 h1

0.794h1

0.574 h1

1.741h1

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For Turbulent flow in tube, the heat transfer coefficient is obtained from DittusBoelter equation. If the tube diameter is halved and the mass flow rate is halved, then

the heat transfer coefficient will change by factor,

0.5

6.6

0.66

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Which one of the following tube configurations in heat exchangers results in the

maximum heat transfer rate?

Triangular Pitch

Square Pitch

Rectangular Pitch

Rhombus pitch

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In shell and tube heat exchanger, baffles are provided on the shell side due to

All of these

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In Sieder- Tate equation used in laminar flow through the pipe, heat transfer coefficient is proportional to

(Prandtl Number)1/3

(Prandtl Number)0.4

(Prandtl Number)0.8

(Prandtl Number)0.5

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In Sieder- Tate equation used in laminar flow through the pipe, heat transfer coefficient is proportional to

(Reynolds Number)0.5

(Reynolds Number)0.8

(Reynolds Number)2

(Reynolds Number)1/3

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The average heat transfer co-efficient for laminar film condensation on vertical

surface is inversely proportional to (where, T = Temperature drop across

condensate film

(T)2

(T)1/4

(T)3/2

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Oily

coated

dirty

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condensation rate

surface configuration

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For condensation of pure vapors, if the heat transfer co-efficients in filmwise and

drop-wise condensation are respectively hf and hd, then

hf = hd

hf >hd

hf< hd

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glazed

oily

coated

smooth

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For condensation of pure vapors, if the heat transfer coefficients in filmwise and

dropwise condensation are respectively hf and hd

hf = hd

hf > hd

hf < hd

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0

C saturated with water vapor. At steady state,

none of these

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I Dropwise condensation of steam (a) 1700 - 50000

II Boiling Water (b) 50 - 1500

(c) 1 - 5

(d) 30000 - 100000

A

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I. Presence of non condensable gases causes vapor molecules to reach condensate

vapor interface by diffusion through vap-gas mixture

II. Presence of non condensable gases creates a mass transfer or diffusional

resistance besides heat transfer resistance for condensation.

Which of the statements given above is/ are correct?

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I or II

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Glazed surface

Smooth Surface

Oily Surface

Coated Surface

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Smooth Surface

Oily Surface

Polished Surface

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Heat transfer Rate in Dropwise Condensation may be 10 times greater than that in

film condensation because,

Both A & B

Neither A nor B

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Oily

coated

dirty

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I. Presence of non condensable gases causes vapor molecules to reach condensate

vapor interface by diffusion through vap-gas mixture

II. Presence of non condensable gases does not create a mass transfer or diffusional

resistance besides heat transfer resistance for condensation.

Which of the statements given above is/ are correct?

A

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I or II

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I. Presence of non condensable gases does not cause vapor molecules to reach

condensate vapor interface by diffusion through vap-gas mixture

II. Presence of non condensable gases does not create a mass transfer or diffusional

resistance besides heat transfer resistance for condensation.

Which of the statements given above is/ are correct?

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I or II

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Oily

coated

dirty

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Oily

coated

dirty

Answer

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In the processe of Boiling of water, the Heat Transfer coefficient (W / m2 0C) is in the

range of

1700 - 50000

50 - 1500

1-5

30000 - 100000

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m2 0C) is in the range of

1700 - 50000

50 - 1500

1-5

30000 - 100000

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I. Heat transfer coefficient in filmwise condensation is always less than Dropwise

condensation.

II. Presence of non condensable gases does not create a mass transfer or diffusional

resistance besides heat transfer resistance for condensation.

Which of the statements given above is/ are correct?

A

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I or II

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I. filmwise condensation is always preferred over Dropwise condensation.

II. filmwise condensation occurs on the oily/ coated surface.

Which of the statements given above is/ are correct?

A

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I or II

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Question Average heat transfer coefficient for condensation of vapors is directly proportional

to __________ power of Thermal conductivity of the film of the fluid.

A

1/4

3/4

1/2

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Question Average heat transfer coefficient for condensation of vapors over a vertical plate is

________ times the local heat transfer coefficient.

A

1/2

3/4

4/3

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Question Various surface coatings and vapor additive have been used in in attempts to

maintain

A

Filmwise condensation

Dropwise condensation

Both A & B

Neither A& B

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Question If the condensation of vapors occurs on the horizontal tube, the heat transfer

coefficient is proportional to ( D is diameter of tube)

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D1/4

D3/4

D-1/4

D-3/4

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surface is inversely proportional to (where, T = Temperature drop across

condensate film

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(T)2

(T)1/4

(T)3/2

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Heat flux increases with temperature drop beyond the Leiden frost point in the plot

of heat flux vs. temperature excess for a boiling liquid, because

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__________ of water.

viscosity

density

thermal conductivity

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In a boiling curve, the peak heat flux is called the __________ point.

Nusselt

Leidenfrost

boiling

burnout

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As the difference between the wall temperature and the bulk temperature increases,

the boiling heat transfer coefficient

continues to increase

continues to decrease

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When Bubbles begins to form on the surface, the region of pool Boiling is called as,

Film Boiling

Nucleate boiling

Interface Evaporation

None of these

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temperature, the process is called subcooled boiling.

Equal to

More than

Less than

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temperature, the process is called saturated or bulk boiling.

Equal to

More than

Less than

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In boiling the convection currents are responsible for the motion of the fluid near the

surface , the regime is called as,

Interface Evaporation

Bubbling regime

Film boiling

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Bubbles begin to form on the heated surface and dissipated in the liquid after

breaking away from the surface during the boiling, the said regime is

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In the pool boiling, the maximum heat flux at which the temperature usually exceeds

the melting point of the wire, is referred to as

Leidenfrost point

Burnout flux

Boiling limit

None of these

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I. Pool Boiling Curve is the plot of heat flux data against temperature excess.

II. If the temperature of the liquid is below the saturation temperature of the, the

process is called as subcooled or local boiling.

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I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I nor II

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I. In the saturated boiling the bubbles may break away from the surface because of

the buoyancy action and move into the bulk of liquid

II. In the saturated boiling, the heat transfer rate is not influenced by the agitation

caused by the bubbles and vapor transport of energy into the bulk of liquid.

Which sentence/s is/ are correct?

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I & II

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I. In the saturated boiling the bubbles may break away from the surface because of

the buoyancy action and move into the bulk of liquid

II. In the saturated boiling, the heat transfer rate is influenced by both the agitation

caused by the bubbles and vapor transport of energy into the bulk of liquid.

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I only

II only

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film

sub-cooled

saturated nucleate

none of these

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in independent of pressure

None of these

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__________ of pure water.

viscosity

density

thermal conductivity

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Interface evaporation

Nucleate boiling

Film boiling

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I. Free convection currents are responsible for the motion of the fluid near the surface

in the regime of interface evaporation.

II. Bubbles are formed so rapidly as they blanket the heating surface to provide the

thermal resistance in the film boiling.

Which sentence/s is/ are correct?

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I & II

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I. Free convection currents are responsible for the motion of the fluid near the surface

in the regime of interface evaporation.

II. Bubbles are formed so rapidly as they blanket the heating surface to provide the

thermal resistance in the film boiling.

Which sentence/s is/ are false?

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I & II

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Heat flux increases with temperature drop beyond the Leiden frost point in the plot

of heat flux vs. temperature excess for a boiling liquid, because

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I. Free convection currents are not responsible for the motion of the fluid near the

surface in the regime of interface evaporation.

II. Bubbles are formed so rapidly as they blanket the heating surface to provide the

thermal resistance in the film boiling.

Which sentence/s is/ are correct?

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I & II

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I. Free convection currents are responsible for the motion of the fluid near the surface

in the regime of interface evaporation.

II. Bubbles are formed so rapidly as they blanket the heating surface to provide the

thermal resistance in the film boiling.

Which sentence/s is/ are False?

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I & II

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I. In the saturated boiling the bubbles may break away from the surface because of

the buoyancy action and move into the bulk of liquid

II. In the saturated boiling, the heat transfer rate is influenced by both the agitation

caused by the bubbles and vapor transport of energy into the bulk of liquid.

Which sentence/s is/ are False?

I only

II only

Both I & II

Neither I & II

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In film type condensation over a vertical plate, local heat transfer coefficient is

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In sub-cooled boiling,

temperature of the heating surface is less than the boiling point of the liquid.

temperature of the heating surface is more than the boiling point of the liquid.

bubbles from heating surface are absorbed by the mass of the liquid.

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on polished surfaces

on rough surfaces

none of these

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When vaporisation takes place through a blanketing film of gas, the phenomenon is

termed as __________ boiling.

Pool

Nucleate

Transition

Film

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film boiling

nucleate boiling

vapour boiling

none of these

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The bubbles grow to the certain size on the heated surface during boiling, is not

dependent on

Temperature

pressure

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The bubbles grow to the certain size on the heated surface during boiling, is

dependent on

Temperature

pressure

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Bubbles are created by the expansion of the entrapped gas at a small cavity in the

surface during the pool boiling, the boiling regime is said to be,

Interface evaporation

Nucleate boiling

Film boiling

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The thickness of the film of the condensate formed over a vertical cold plate in

condensation depends up on

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The thickness of the film of the condensate formed over a vertical cold plate in

condensation is proportional to, (fg is latent heat of condensation)

(fg)1/2

(fg)1/4

( fg)-1/2

(fg)-1/4

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The thickness of the film of the condensate formed over a vertical cold plate in

condensation is proportional to, (k is thermal conductivity of condensate)

(k)1/2

(k)1/4

(k)-1/2

(k)-1/4

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The heat transfer coefficient for the condensation over a vertical cold plate is

proportional to, (k is thermal conductivity of condensate)

(k)1/2

(k)3/4

(k)-1/2

(k)-1/4

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In saturated boiling,

temperature of the heating surface is more than the boiling point of the liquid only.

Both A & B

Neither A & B

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The point at which it may be possible to observe the partial nucleate boiling and

unstable film boiling region is referred to as

Leidenfrost point

Interface evaporation

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proportional to the following

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None of these

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Design of any heat exchange equipment used for condensation of vapors is done on

the following type of condensation to occur on the surface

Both A & B

Neither A nor B

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achieve and maintain, needs oily and greasy surface,

Both A & B

Neither A nor B

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determined and needs clean, smooth surface,

Both A & B

Neither A nor B

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The bubbles grow to the certain size on the heated surface during boiling, is not

dependent on

A

Temperature

pressure

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The average heat transfer coefficient for the condensation over a vertical cold plate is

proportional to, (fg is latent heat of condensation)

(fg)1/2

(fg)1/4

( fg)-1/2

(fg)-1/4

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The thickness of the film of the condensate formed over a vertical cold plate in

condensation is proportional to, where, ( Tg - Tw) is temperature difference between

cold surface and vapors)

(Tg - Tw)

(Tg - Tw)1/4

(Tg - Tw)-1/2

(Tg - Tw)-1/4

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The average heat transfer coefficient for the condensation over a vertical cold plate is

proportional to, where, ( Tg - Tw) is temperature difference between cold surface and

vapors)

(Tg - Tw)1/2

(Tg - Tw)1/4

(Tg - Tw)-1/2

(Tg - Tw)-1/4

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For the film condensation over a vertical cold plate, the critical value of Reynold

number is,

3200

1800

10000

1000

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For the film condensation over a vertical cold plate, ripples will develop in the film

at the value of Reynold number as low as is,

100-120

3-4

30-40

150-190

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The transition Reynolds Number for flow over a flat plate is 5 x 105. What is the

distance from the leading edge at which transition will occur for flow of water with

uniform velocity of 1 m/s and the kinematic viscosity of 0.858 x 10-6 m2/s?

1m

0.43m

43 m

103 m

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Dynamic viscosity : 25 x 10-6 kg /ms, Specific heat : 2.0 kJ /Kg K

Thermal Conductivity: 0.05 W /mK

The hydrodynamic boundary layer thickness is measured to be 0.5 mm. The

thickness of thermal boundary layer would be,

1.3 mm

0.023 mm

0.079 mm

0.5 mm

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Air at 293K is flowing over a flat plate at 373 K at a velocity of 3 m/s. The plate is

2m long and 1m wide. if the Prandtl number is 0.69, kinematic viscosity 15 x 10-6

m2/s, then The thickness of thermal boundary layer at a distance 0.4 m from the

leading edge of the plate is,

6.56 mm

7.2 mm

3.6 mm

3.28 mm

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diameter of outer pipe 8cm and outer diameter of inner pipe 4 cm, determined is,

10cm

12cm

14cm

16cm

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In double pipe heat exchanger, the ID and OD of the pipe are 4 cm and 5 cm

respectively.

The ID of the outer pipe is 10 cm with wall thickness of 1 cm. Then the equivalent

diameter of the annulus for the heat transfer is

4.5cm

7.8cm

10cm

15 cm

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Air at 300K is flowing over a flat plate at 333 K at a velocity of 2 m/s. The plate is

2m long and 1m wide. The average heat transfer coefficient is 12.3 W/m2K. The heat

transferred from the plate is,

81.18 W

811.8W

78.28 W

18.18 W

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Cp= 4.183 KJ/kgK, The Prandtl Number for this case would be,

0.695

0.75

6.95

69.5

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Cp= 0.139 kJ/kgK, The Prandtl Number of mercury would be,

2.61

0.0261

26.1

261

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Air at 27oC and 1 atm flows over a flat plate at speed of 2 m/s. Viscosity = 1.85 x 105

kg/m.s, Density = 1.177kg/m3. Boundary layer thickness at a distance of 20 cm

from the leading edge of the plate is,

55.9 mm

5.59 mm

0.0559 mm

0.559 mm

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Air at 27oC and 1 atm flows over a flat plate at speed of 2 m/s. Boundary layer

thickness at a distance of 20 cm from the leading edge of the plate is 5.59 mm and

Prandtl Number of air is 0.70. Then Thermal boundary layer thickness is,

A

6.13mm

4.2 mm

6.9 mm

5.9 mm

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Air at 27oC and 1 atm flows over a flat plate at speed of 2 m/s. Boundary layer

thickness at a distance of 40 cm from the leading edge of the plate is 7.9 mm and

Prandtl Number of air is 0.70. Then Thermal boundary layer thickness is,

6.66 mm

6.86 mm

8.66 mm

7.86 mm

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A fluid flowing with Reynolds No. 26.26 through the tube 20 mm ID and 5 cm

length. Prandtl No. is 2625, viscosity in the bulk is 0.8 Ns/m2and that at the wall(w)

is 1 Ns/m2, thermal conductivity = 0.384W/m.K. Using Sieder-Tate equation, the

inside heat transfer coefficient is,

520 W/m2K

225 W/m2K

425 W/m2K

825 W/m2K

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A fluid flowing with Reynolds Number 12198 through the tube 40 mm ID. Prandtl

Number is 42.5 and thermal conductivity = 0.256 W/m.K. If the fluid is being heated,

using Dittus-Boelter equation, the inside heat transfer coefficient would be,

1225 W/m2K

1525 W/m2K

825 W/m2K

425 W/m2K

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Water at 353K entering and leaves at 309K with a velocity of 3 m/s through the tube

of 16 mm diameter. The tube temperature is 297K. Prandtl No. is 3.09, viscosity =

485 x 10-6 kg/m.s, thermal conductivity = 0.657 W/m.K and density = 984.1 kg/m3,

using Dittus-Boelter equation, the inside heat transfer coefficient would be,

9970 W/m2K

10970 W/m2K

11970 W/m2K

12970 W/m2K

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Hot water enters the tube side of a counter current shell and tube heat exchanger at

80C and leaves at 50C. Cold oil enters at 20C and leaves at 45oC. The log mean

temperature difference in C is approximately

32

37

45

50

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Hot oil at 150 oC is used to preheat a cold fluid at 30 oC in a shell and tube heat

exchanger. The exit temperature of the hot oil is 110 oC. Product of Heat capacity

and mass flow rate of each of the streams is same. The heat duty is 2 KW. Under

concurrent flow conditions, the log mean temperature difference is

82.2 oC

72.8 oC

68.32 oC

120.2 oC

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In counter current Heat Exchanger, cold fluid enters at 30 0C and leaves at 60 0C,

whereas the hot fluid enters at 150 0C and leaves at 110 0C, The log mean

temperature difference for this case is,

100 0C

85 0C

107 0C

35 0C

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Air at 27oC and 1 atm flows over a flat plate at speed of 2 m/s. Boundary layer

thickness at a distance of 40 cm from the leading edge of the plate is 6.5 mm and

Prandtl Number of air is 0.70. Then Thermal boundary layer thickness is,

6.66 mm

6.86 mm

8.66 mm

7.13 mm

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Water at 27oC and 1 atm flows over a flat plate at speed of 2 m/s and Boundary layer

thickness at a distance of 30 cm from the leading edge of the plate is 9 mm and

Prandtl Number of air is 6.5. Then Thermal boundary layer thickness is,

4.7 mm

7.4 mm

10 mm

7.9 mm

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Oil at 20oC and 1 atm flows over a flat plate at speed of 1.2 m/s with properties

density 876kg/m3, kinematic viscosity 0.00024 m2/s and thermal conductivity as

0.144 W/moC, Cp specific heat is 1965.75 J/kgoC, Then Prandtl Number is

2910

2870

2120

2139

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Oil having flow rate 2000 kg/hr at 107 0C is cooled to 30 0C by water which enters at

15 0C and leaves at 80 0C in counter flow heat exchanger. What is its LMTD?

12.4 0C

20.4 0C

24.4 0C

16.4 0C

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Air at 500 K has kinematic viscosity of 37.9 x 10-6 m2/s and thermal diffusivity of

0.5564x 10-4 m2/s, then Prandtl number is

0.702

0.680

0.860

0.720

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Air at 293 K is flowing at velocity 2m/s over heated rectangular plate of length 2 m

at 407K , Prandtl number 0.7 and thermal conductivity of air is 0.03W/mK,

kinematic viscosity 20.76 x 10-6m2/s, the average heat transfer coefficient would be,

3.9 W/m2K

4.9 W/m2K

5.9 W/m2K

6.9 W/m2K

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Air at 293 K is flowing at velocity 2m/s over heated rectangular plate of length 2 m

at 407K, the average heat transfer coefficient is 3.9 W/m2K, the heat lost from the

plate is 1500W, the width of the plate is

4.69 m

3.69 m

2.69 m

1.69 m

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Air at 293 K is flowing at velocity 2m/s over heated rectangular plate of length 2 m

and unit width at 407K, the average heat transfer coefficient is 3.9 W/m2K, the heat

lost from the plate is,

1200W

1300W

1400W

1500W

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Air at 300K blows at a free stream velocity of 4 m/s across a 12 mm diameter sphere

maintained at 350 K , the heat transfer coefficient is 97.85 W/m2K, the heat lost from

the sphere is,

1.21 W

2.21 W

3.21 W

4.21 W

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Air at 293 K is flowing at velocity 2m/s over heated rectangular plate of length 2 m

and unit width at 407K with kinematic viscosity 20.76 x 10-6 m2/s, the said fluid is

flowing in

Laminar region

Transition Region

Turbulent region

Fully turbulent

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Air at 293 K is flowing at velocity 35 m/s over heated rectangular plate of length 75

cm at 333K , Prandtl number 0.7 and thermal conductivity of air is 0.03W/mK,

kinematic viscosity 20.76 x 10-6m2/s, the average heat transfer coefficient would be,

79 W/m2K

89 W/m2K

99 W/m2K

109 W/m2K

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Air at 293 K is flowing at velocity 35 m/s over heated rectangular plate of length 75

kinematic viscosity 20.76 x 10-6m2/s, the said fluid is flowing in

A

Laminar region

Transition Region

Turbulent region

None of these

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75cm in dimension maintained at 333K, the average heat transfer coefficient 99

W/m2K, the heat lost from only one side of the plate is,

2227.5 W

1227.5 W

4455 W

3227.5 W

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and length L. The tube wall is maintained at 343 K. When the tube wall is vertical, it

was observed that the rate of condensation was same as the horizontal, then the tube

length required is

2.9 m

29 m

0.29 m

0.029 m

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In heat exchangers with steam outside the tubes, a liquid gets heated to 45 0C when

its velocity in the tubes is 2 m/s. If the velocity is reduced to 1 m/s, other things

remaining the same, the temperature of the exit liquid will be

less than 45 0C

equal to 45 0C

greater than 45 0C

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1000 kg of liquid at 30 0C in a well stirred vessel has to be heated to 120 0C, using

immersed coils carrying condensing steam at 1500C. the area of the steam coils is 1.2

m2 and overall heat transfer coefficient to the liquid is 1500 W/m2 0C. Assuming

negligible heat loss to the surroundings and specific heat capacity of liquid to be 4 kJ

/ kg 0C, the time taken for the liquid to reach desired temperature will be

15 min

22 min

44 min

51 min

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The Overall heat transfer coefficient for shell and tube heat exchanger for clean

surface is Uc = 400 W /m2 K. The fouling factor after one year of operation is found

to be hdo = 2000 W /m2 K . the overall heat transfer coefficient at this time is

1200 W /m2 K

894 W /m2 K

333 W /m2 K

287 W /m2 K

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in a room where ambient air is at 15oC. Product of Grashof Number and Prandtl

Number is 1.571 x 108,

thermal conductivity = 0.03406 W/m.K. Convective heat transfer coefficient is,

3.66 W/m2K

66.36 W/m2K

6.63 W/m2K

36.6 W/m2K

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Steam at 373 K is condensed over a vertical plate 0.3 x 0.3 m2 maintained at 371 K.

The heat transferv coefficient is 13150 W/m2K, the latent heat of condensation is

2225kJ/kg, The rate of condensation is,

38 kg/hr

3.8 kg/hr

0.38 kg/hr

380 kg/hr

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in a room where ambient air is at 15oC. Properties are evaluated at mean film

temperature of 405.5K.

thermal conductivity = 0.03406 W/m.K, Kinematic viscosity = 26.54 x 10-6 m2/s,

Grashof Number calculated is,

1.571 x 108

2.29 x 108

15.71 x 108

22.9 x 108

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Oil having flow rate 2000 kg/hr at 107 0C is cooled to 30 0C by water which enters at

15 0C and leaves at 80 0C in counter flow heat exchanger. The specific heat of oil is

2.51 kJ/kg K. The overall heat transfer coefficient is 1500 W/m2K. What is the heat

transfer area required?

25 m2

3.5 m2

4.5 m2

3 m2

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Steam is condensed with heat lost 5 kW on the cold surface. If the latent heat of

condensation is 2225 kJ/kg, the mass flow rate of the condensate is,

8 kg/hr

9 kg/hr

10 kg/hr

11.2 kg/hr

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A straight tube having a diameter of 40 mm carries fluid with velocity of 10 m/s. the

temperature of tube surface is 50 oC and flowing fluid is heated from temp 15 oC to

25 oC. The physical properties of fluid at mean temp Pr. = 0.702, / = 1.006 x 10-6

m2/s, k = 0.599 W/mK

The heat transfer coefficient would be approximately,

9020 W/m2oC

8359 W/m2 oC

3258 W/m2 oC

7680 W/m2 oC

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The velocity of water in the steel pipe 1.5m/s. The inside surface temp is maintained

at 25 oC.

Viscosity is 7.65 x 10-4, Thermal conductivity = 0.623 W/mK, Density = 995 Kg/m3

and Pr = 5.3

The convective heat transfer coefficient for water is,

6240 W/m2K

5565 W/m2K

3250 W/m2K

7680 W/m2K

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Saturated vapors at 323 K condensed on the cold surface maintained at 313 K , heat

transfer coefficient is 1000 W/m2K, the heat transfer area is 1m2,and the latent heat

of condensation is 132kJ/kg, the rate of condensation is,

723.7kg/hr

272.7 kg/hr

327.3 kg.hr

100 kg/hr

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Hot oil at 150 oC is used to preheat a cold fluid from 30 oC to 70 oC in a shell and

tube heat exchanger. The exit temperature of the hot oil is 110 oC. The heat duty is 2

KW. Under counter current flow conditions, overall heat transfer resistance (1/UA)

is,

A

0.04 oC/W

0.4oC/W

0.36 oC/W

0.036 oC/W

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Hot oil at 150 oC is used to preheat a cold fluid from 30 oC to 70 oC in a shell and

tube heat exchanger. The exit temperature of the hot oil is 110 oC. The heat duty is 2

KW. Under concurrent flow conditions, overall heat transfer resistance (1/UA) is,

0.04 oC/W

0.4oC/W

0.36 oC/W

0.036 oC/W

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Hot liquid is flowing with the velocity of 2 m/s through a metallic pipe having inner

diameter of 3.5 cm and length of 20 m. The temperature at the inlet of the pipe is 90

o

C.

Data: Density = 950 kg/m3, viscosity = 2.55 x 10-4 kg/ms, thermal conductivity =

0.685 W/moC

Prandtl Number = 1.57, then the convective heat transfer coefficient in KW/m2 oC

would be,

11.2 KW/m2 oC

111.2 KW/m2 oC

22.2 KW/m2 oC

221.2 KW/m2 oC

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Air at temperature 523 K flows over a flat plate 0.3 m wide and 1m long at velocity

of 8 m/s, if the plate is maintained at 351 K, The average convective heat transfer

coefficient is 3.06W/m2K. The rate of heat flow from one side of the plate only is,

158W

258W

358W

316W

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Air at temperature 523 K flows over a flat plate 0.3 m wide and 1m long at velocity

of 8 m/s, if the plate is maintained at 351 K, thermal conductivity = 36.4 x 10-3

W/m.K, Kinematic viscosity = 3.9 x 10-4 m2/s, Prandtl number is 0.69, The average

convective heat transfer coefficient would be,

9.06 W/m2K

6.06 W/m2K

3.06 W/m2K

5.06 W/m2K

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Air at 8 kPa and 523 K flows over a flat plate 0.3 m wide and 1.5 m long at velocity

of 8 m/s, if the plate is maintained at 253 K, thermal conductivity = 36.4 x 10-3

W/m.K, Kinematic viscosity = 3.9 x 10-4 m2/s, Prandtl number is 0.69. The average

convective heat transfer coefficient is,

1.5 W/m2K

2.5 W/m2K

3.5 W/m2K

4.5 W/m2K

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Air at 333K is flowing at a velocity of 15 m/s parallel on both sides of the flat square

plate having sides each of 20cm, maintained at 293 K. if the Prandtl number is 0.699,

kinematic viscosity 16.96 x 10-6 m2/s, thermal conductivity of air is 0.0276W/mK.

Then the average heat transfer coefficient is

17.1 W/m2 oC

43.2 W/m2 oC

22.2 W/m2 oC

34.2 W/m2 oC

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A fluid flowing with velocity 1.14 m/s is heated through the hot tube of 40mm

diameter.

Data: Prandtl number = 42.5, Density = 1070 kg/m3, viscosity= 0.004 Ns/m2 and

thermal conductivity = 0.256 W/mK. Inside heat transfer coefficient for this case is,

122.5 W/m2 K

1225.5 W/m2 K

2250.5 W/m2 K

212.5 W/m2 K

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Air at 2 atm and 200oC is heated as it flows at velocity of 10 m/s through a tube with

diameter of 2.54 cm. Prandtl no.= 0.681, = 2.57 x 10-5 kg/m.s, k= 0.0386W/mK,

Cp= 1.025 KJ/kgK, = 1.493kg/m3 . The heat transfer coefficient would be

32.65 W/m2K

64.85 W/m2K

46.65 W/m2K

16.35 W/m2K

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Air at 2 atm and 200oC is heated as it flows at velocity of 10 m/s through a tube with

diameter of 5 cm and 1m length. The tube wall is maintained at a temperature 20oC

above the air temperature. The heat transfer coefficient is 70 W/m2K. Then The heat

flow would be,

22 W

220 W

2220 W

22.5 W

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atmospheric air at 10 oC. If the product of Grashof No. and Prandtl No. is 2.62 x

1011, The Nusselt Number will be,

640

460

560

450

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atmospheric air at 10 oC. Air properties evaluated at mean film temperature 308 K

are,

k = 0.02685 W/mK, Kinematic viscosity = 16.5 x 10-6 m2/s, = 3.25 x 10-3 K-1, the

Grashof Number calculated for this case is,

2.74 x 1011

3.74 x 1011

4.74 x 1011

1.74 x 1011

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submerged in water at 27oC, the product of Grashof and Prandtl Number is 2.18 x

106, thermal conductivity = 0.630W/m.K. Convective heat transfer coefficient is,

462 W/m2K

642 W/m2K

264 W/m2K

426 W/m2K

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Air at temperature 523 K flows over a flat plate 0.3 m wide and 1m long at velocity

of 8 m/s, if the plate is maintained at 351 K, The average convective heat transfer

coefficient is 3.06W/m2K. The rate of heat flow from both sides of the plate is,

158W

258W

358W

316W

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maintained at 357 K, heat transfer coefficient is 10864 W/m2K, the rate of heat

transfer per unit length of cylinder is

16.35kW/m

13.65kW/m

12.56kW/m

15.36kW/m

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Water at 5 atm flows inside the tube of 0.0254 m and 1 m length under the local

boiling conditions where the tube wall temperature maintained is 10oC above the

saturation temperature, the heat transfer coefficient is 3521 W/m2 K. then the heat

transfer is

2180 W

2810 W

1280 W

2018 W

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A fluid flowing with velocity 1.14 m/s is heated through the hot tube of 40mm

diameter.

Data: Prandtl number = 42.5, Density = 1070 kg/m3, viscosity= 0.004 Ns/m2 and

thermal conductivity = 0.256 W/mK. Inside heat transfer coefficient for this case is,

122.5 W/m2 K

1225.5 W/m2 K

2250.5 W/m2 K

212.5 W/m2 K

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Steam is condensed with heat lost 10 kW on the cold surface. If the latent heat of

condensation is 2225 kJ/kg, the mass flow rate of the condensate is,

8 kg/hr

9 kg/hr

16 kg/hr

11.2 kg/hr

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