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ME 302

Heat Transfer Sessional


Level/ Term: 3/1
Credit Hrs: 0.75

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Military Institute of Science & Technology

Conducted by

Capt Anowarul Haque Chy


Wg Cdr GM Jahangir Alam
Lecturer Md Abu Abrar
Lecturer Tousif Ahmed

Marks Distribution

Reports and Assignments: 20%


Class Attendance:
10%
Class Participation:
10%
Viva :
20%
Quiz :
40%
Total
100%

Experiments
1. (a) Inverse Square Law for Light Radiation
(b) Lamberts Cosine Law for Light
2. Study of Heat Transfer by Radiation and
Convection
3. Determination of Thermal Conductivity of a
Metal by Steady State Method
4. Determination of Thermal Contact Conductance
5. Study of Free Convection of Fin/ Flat Plate/ Pipe
Bundle

Report Writing

Experiment number and name of the experiment


Objectives of the experiment
Equipment used (With specification)
Necessary Figures (Hand Drawn)
Data Sheet
Graph Plot
Calculation and Result Sheet
Discussions
Assignments (If any)

Top Page
Group No:
Course Code:
Experiment No:
Experiment Name:
Name:
Roll No:
Level/Term:
Date of Experiment:
Date of Submission:

General Guidelines
Every student should read the supplied sheet
thoroughly and try to understand conceptually.
Reports must be competent with the required
contents.
The discussion of the report should be different.
The students should be familiar with the
measuring instruments beyond these
experiments.

General Guidelines (contd)


The procedure for each experiment
mentioned in the sheet is just a guideline. For
details, reference books should be discussed.
Reports must be submitted on every next class
after an experiment.
While working in a group each student should
participate equally.

Keep in Mind- Discussion


Discussion is not Description. Try to finish it
within 10-12 sentences. Any unnecessary and
impertinent or extraneous sentence will
definitely deteriorate your report.
Indicate trends, analyze why they occur, and
explain any anomaly, significant features or
differences from expected results. Try to
include percentage of error.

Discussion
Do your measurements and calculated values
make sense? Do your measured parameter or
data fall within the normal range? If your data
don't make sense, point out what possible
problems might have occurred. Be as specific
and quantitative as possible. Avoid the use of
catch-all phrases such as "human error."
Always comment on "wild" or aberrant data
points.

Group Distribution
Group No

Roll No

File Color

1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 36, 41, 46, 51,


56, 61, 201118028

Black

2, 7, 12, 17, 22, 27, 32, 37, 42,


47, 52, 57, 62

Blue

3, 13, 18, 23, 28, 33, 38, 43, 48,


58, 63, 201118059

Green

4, 9, 14, 24, 39, 44, 49, 54, 59,


64, 201118030, 201118032

Red

5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 45, 50,


60, 201118034, 201018017

Yellow

Thank You