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1. Flow of Hot Oil over a Flat Plate: Engine oil at 600C flows over the upper surface of a 5-m-long flat plate

whose temperature is 200C with a velocity of 2 m/s. Determine the total drag force and the rate of heat

transfer per unit width of the entire plate.

**2. Prevention of Fire Hazard in the Event of Oil Leakage: Heat dissipated from an engine in operation can
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cause hot spots on its surface. If the outer surface of an engine is situated in a place where oil leakage is

possible, then when leaked oil comes in contact with hot spots above the oil’s auto ignition temperature, it

can ignite spontaneously. Consider an engine cover that is made of a stainless steel plate with a thickness of

1 cm and a thermal conductivity of 14 W/m∙K. The stainless steel plate is covered with a 5-mm-thick

insulation (k = 0.5 W/m∙K). The inner surface of the engine cover is exposed to hot air at 350 0C with a

convection heat transfer coefficient of 7 W/m2∙K (Fig). The 2-m-long engine outer surface is cooled by air

blowing in parallel over it at 7 m/s, in an environment where the ambient air is at 60 0C. To prevent fire

hazard in the event of oil leak on the engine cover, the engine cover surface should be kept below 1808C. It

has been determined that the 5-mm-thick insulation layer is not sufficient to keep the engine cover surface

below 1800C. To solve this problem, one of the plant supervisors suggested adjusting the blower capacity to

provide an increase in the cooling air velocity by 10%. Determine if this is a viable method for keeping the

engine cover surface below 1800C. Evaluate the air properties at 1200C.

**3. Cooling of Plastic Sheets by Forced Air: The forming section of a plastics plant puts out a continuous
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sheet of plastic that is 4 ft wide and 0.04 in thick at a velocity of 30 ft/min. The temperature of the plastic

sheet is 2000F when it is exposed to the surrounding air, and a 2-ft-long section of the plastic sheet is

subjected to air flow at 800F at a velocity of 10 ft/s on both sides along its surfaces normal to the direction

of motion of the sheet, as shown in fig. Determine (a) the rate of heat transfer from the plastic sheet to air

by forced convection and radiation and (b) the temperature of the plastic sheet at the end of the cooling

section. Take the density, specific heat, and emissivity of the plastic sheet to be r = 75 lbm/ft3, cp = 0.4

Btu/lbm0F, and e = 0.9.

4. Drag Force Acting on a Pipe in a River: A 2.2-cm-outer-diameter pipe is to span across a river at a 30-mwide section while being completely immersed in water (Fig)The average flow velocity of water is 4 m/s

and the water temperature is 150C. Determine the drag force exerted on the pipe by the river.

(b)repeat for water 9. The outer diameter of the tubes is 1. Cooling of a Steel Ball by Forced Air: A 25-cm-diameter stainless steel ball (r = 8055 kg/m3. Determine the distance from the leading edge of the plate where the flow becomes turbulent.5 cm. Determine the rate of heat loss from the pipe per unit of its length when the air is at 1 atm pressure and 10 0C and the wind is blowing across the pipe at a velocity of 8 m/s. In an industrial facility. The ball is then subjected to the flow of air at 1 atm pressure and 25 0C with a velocity of 3 m/s. air is to be preheated before entering a furnace by geothermal water at 120 0C flowing through the tubes of a tube bank located in a duct. m (b) Local friction coefficient . and the pressure drop across the tube bank. Heat Loss from a Steam Pipe in Windy Air: A long 10-cm-diameter steam pipe whose external surface temperature is 1100C passes through some open area that is not protected against the winds (Fig).K) is removed from the oven at a uniform temperature of 300 0C (Fig).5. There are 6 rows in the flow direction with 10 tubes in each row. Air enters the duct at 20 0C and 1 atm with a mean velocity of 4. as shown in Fig. 8. Determine the rate of heat transfer per unit length of the tubes.0 m/s. Air at 150C and 1 atm flows over a 0. Determine the average convection heat transfer coefficient during this cooling process and estimate how long the process will take.3-m-wide plate at 65 0C at a velocity of 3. cp = 480 J/kg. The surface temperature of the ball eventually drops to 2000C. Compute the following quantities at x 5 0.3 m: (a) Hydrodynamic boundary layer thickness. and flows over the tubes in normal direction. 6. and the tubes are arranged in-line with longitudinal and transverse pitches of SL = ST = 5 cm.5 m/s. Air at 250C and 1 atm is flowing over a long flat plate with a velocity of 8 m/s. and the thickness of the boundary layer at that location. 7.

The refrigeration system of the truck can provide 3 tons of refrigeration (i. 14. The refrigerated compartment of the truck can be considered to be a 9-ft-wide. A transformer that is 10 cm long. W/m2K ( f ) Average convection heat transfer coefficient.2cm-wide polished aluminium heat sink (emissivity = 0. and 10 cm long. Determine the average temperature of the outer surface of the refrigeration compartment of the truck if the refrigeration system is observed to be operating at half the capacity. 13. Assume the flow is laminar over the entire finned surface of the transformer.5-m-long flat plate at a velocity of 3 m/s. Determine the total drag force and the rate of heat transfer over the entire plate per unit width. A fan blows air at 25 0C parallel to the passages between the fins. 11. Assume the air flow over the entire outer surface to be turbulent and the heat transfer coefficient at the front and rear surfaces to be equal to that on side surfaces. Is this a good assumption? . 2 mm thick. Air at 60deg F flows over a 10-ft-long flat plate at 7 ft/s. The heat sink is to dissipate 12 W of heat and the base temperature of the heat sink is not to exceed 600C.2 cm wide. For air properties evaluations assume a film temperature of 800F. Assuming the fins and the base plate to be nearly isothermal and the radiation heat transfer to be negligible. The gas at 220 0C flows in parallel over the upper and lower surfaces of a 1. determine the minimum free-stream velocity the fan needs to supply to avoid overheating.. The heat sink has seven fins. 6.03) to its top surface. and (c) the total heat flux transfer to the plate. Consider a refrigeration truck traveling at 55 mph at a location where the air temperature is 80 0F. and thus radiation heat transfer is very small. 12. and 5 cm high is to be cooled by attaching a 10-cm * 6. and 20-ft-long rectangular box. 8-ft-high. and plot the results against the distance from the leading edge. which are 5 mm high. (b) the average convection heat transfer coefficient over the entire plate. W/m2K (g) Rate of convective heat transfer. it can remove heat at a rate of 600 Btu/min).(c) Average friction coefficient (d) Total drag force due to friction. Hot carbon dioxide exhaust gas at 1 atm is being cooled by flat plates.e. Engine oil at 800C flows over a 10-m-long flat plate whose temperature is 30 0C with a velocity of 2.5 m/s. The outer surface of the truck is coated with a low-emissivity material. Determine the local friction and heat transfer coefficients at intervals of 1 ft. N (e) Local convection heat transfer coefficient. If the flat plate surface temperature is maintained at 800C. determine (a) the local convection heat transfer coefficient at 1 m from the leading edge. W 10.

5-m-long thin flat plate. wind at 55 km/h is blowing parallel to a 4-m-high and 10-m-long wall of a house. Evaluate the air properties at 700C. and (c) repeat part (b) using the modified Reynolds analogy.5 kg/s and leaves at 70 0C before being reinjected back to the ground. determine the rate of heat loss from that wall by convection. The water inside the tank is heated to 80 0C by a flat-plate solar collector during the day.1-m-long flat plate is constant at 50 0C.3 m/s. Liquid mercury at 2500C is flowing in parallel over a flat plate at a velocity of 0. Determine (a) the local convection heat transfer coefficient at 5 cm from the leading edge and (b) the average convection heat transfer coefficient over the entire plate. The air stream velocity is 50 m/s and the plate is maintained at a constant surface temperature of 180 0C.95. Air at 1 atm and 200C is flowing over the top surface of a 0. Determine the rate of heat loss from the pipe per unit of its length when the air is at 1 atm pressure and 7 0C and the wind is blowing across the pipe at a velocity of 50 km/h. respectively. Colorado (elevation 1610 m). The upper surface of a metal plate is being cooled with parallel air flow while its lower surface is subjected to a uniform heat flux of 810 W/m2. In a geothermal power plant. Surface temperature of the 0. If the surrounding temperature is 208C and the heat flux dissipated from the rod is 16000 W/m2. Air at this pressure and at 300C flows with a velocity of 6 m/s over a 2.5 m from the leading edge. 23 Consider a 50-cm-diameter and 95-cm-long hot water tank. 17. Determine the surface temperature of the plate at x = 1. A long 8-cm-diameter steam pipe whose external surface temperature is 90 0C passes through some open area that is not protected against the winds. 19. The tank is then exposed to windy air at 180C with an average velocity of 40 km/h during the night. 22. The local atmospheric pressure in Denver.5 m side. 16. 21.15. The tank is placed on the roof of a house. Start the iteration process with an initial guess of 45 0C for the surface temperature. During a cold winter day. determine the surface temperature of the rod. 20. The rod has a diameter of 5 mm and its surface has an emissivity of 0.5 m/s and 15 0C. determine the average wind velocity in km/h. (b) the average convection heat transfer coefficient. Disregarding radiation. The air has a free stream velocity and temperature of 2. Estimate the temperature of the tank after a 45-min period.5-m 3 8-mflat plate whose temperature is 120 0C. Windy air at 150C flows normal to the pipe. Hint: The surface temperature has to be found iteratively. A heated long cylindrical rod is placed in a cross flow of air at 20 0C (1 atm) with velocity of 10 m/s. Assume the tank surface to be at the same temperature as the . is 83. Determine the rate of heat transfer from the plate if the air flows parallel to the ( a) 8-m-long side and (b) the 2.4 kPa. What would your answer be if the wind velocity was doubled? 18. Determine (a) the average friction coefficient. the used geothermal water at 80 0C enters a 15-cm-diameter and 400-m-long uninsulated pipe at a rate of 8. If the air outside is at 5 0C and the surface temperature of the wall is 12 0C.

. 24 A stainless steel ball (r = 8055 kg/m3. 25 A 0. The surface temperature of the ball eventually drops to 250 0C. while the air velocity and temperature are 0.2 m *0. Determine the average convection heat transfer coefficient during this cooling process and estimate how long this process has taken. The length of the sheet subjected to the blowing hot air is 1 m long. Treat the coated sheet as a vertical plate in cross flow. The surface temperature of the sheet is constant at 900C. The ball is then subjected to the flow of air at 1 atm pressure and 30 0C with a velocity of 6 m/s. Determine the surface temperature of the street sign. respectively.2 m street sign surface has an absorptivity of 0. while the street sign is subjected to a cross flow wind at 20 0C with a velocity of 1 m/s. Determine the convection heat transfer coefficient and the heat flux added to the sheet surface.water inside. Solar radiation is incident on the street sign at a rate of 1100 W/m2.K) of diameter D = 15 cm is removed from the oven at a uniform temperature of 3500C. and the heat transfer coefficient on the top and bottom surfaces to be the same as that on the side surface.6 and an emissivity of 0. and the surrounding temperature is 200C. 26 A coated sheet is being dried with hot air blowing in cross flow on the sheet surface. Treat the sign surface as a vertical plate in cross flow. Evaluate the air properties at 500C. Evaluate the air properties at 300C.7.3 m/s and 110 0C. cp = 480 J/kg.

and (c) the pumping power required to overcome the pressure losses and to maintain the flow of the oil in the pipe. Measurements indicate that the surface temperature of the pipe is very nearly 0 0C.536* 10–4 lbm/fts) is flowing steadily in a 2-in-internal-diameter horizontal tube made of stainless steel at a rate of 0. determine the length of the tube required in order to heat the water to 1150C 2.2 ft3/s.3 kg/s. Heating of Water by Resistance Heaters in a Tube: Water is to be heated from 15 0C to 650C as it flows through a 3-cm-internaldiameter 5-m-long tube. Heating of Water in a Tube by Steam: Water enters a 2. . determine the power rating of the resistance heater.(r/R)2] (in m/s).FORCED INTERNAL CONVECTION 1. Also. so that in steady operation all the heat generated in the heater is transferred to the water in the tube. Flow of Oil in a Pipeline through a Lake: Consider the flow of oil at 200C in a 30-cm-diameter pipeline at an average velocity of 2 m/s . 4. Determine the pressure drop and the required pumping power input for flow through a 200-ft-long section of the tube. 3. Disregarding the thermal resistance of the pipe material. The outer surface of the heater is well insulated. If the average heat transfer coefficient is 800 W/m 2K.5-cm-internal-diameter thin copper tube of a heat exchanger at 150C at a rate of 0. 5.2[1. (b) the rate of heat transfer from the oil. and is heated by steam condensing outside at 120 0C. If the system is to provide hot water at a rate of 10 L/min. The tube is equipped with an electric resistance heater that provides uniform heating throughout the surface of the tube. determine (a) the temperature of the oil when the pipe leaves the lake. T(r) = 250+1200(r/R)3 (in K) Determine the average flow velocity and the average fluid temperature in the tube. Pressure Drop in a Water Tube: Water at 608F (r = 62. A 200-m-long section of the horizontal pipeline passes through icy waters of a lake at 00C. estimate the inner surface temperature of the tube at the exit. Average Velocity and Temperature in Laminar Tube Flow: The velocity and temperature profiles for a fluid flowing in a circular tube of inner radius R = 4 cm are given as u(r) = 0.36 lbm/ft 3 and µ = 7.

Liquid water enters the tube at 20 0C with a mass flow rate of 0.01 kg/s. 10.01 kg/s. Consider a 25-mm-diameter and 15-m-long smooth tube that is maintained at a constant surface temperature.r2/R2). 8. Determine the tube surface temperature necessary to heat the water to the desired outlet temperature of 800C. determine the convection heat transfer coefficients at the tube outlet for water. The water vapor enters and exits the pipe at 350°C and 290°C.5 kg/s 12.15 m3/s . Fluids enter the tube at 50 0C with a mass flow rate of 0. engine oil. The duct is observed to be nearly isothermal at 60 0C. Consider a 10-m-long smooth rectangular tube. use the appropriate equation to determine (a) the pressure loss and (b) the pumping power required to overcome the pressure loss. Heat Loss from the Ducts of a Heating System: Hot air at atmospheric pressure and 80 0C enters an 8-mlong uninsulated square duct of cross section 0.2 m * 0. If accuracy is an important issue. 7. 11. Determine whether or not the thickness of the insulation is sufficient to alleviate the risk of thermal burn hazards. Is this a good assumption? 13.05 kg/s.25-cm thick layer of insulation (kins = 0. and liquid mercury to the desired outlet temperature of 1500C.2 m that passes through the attic of a house at a rate of 0. In order to prevent thermal burn on individuals working in the vicinity of the pipe. with a = 50 mm and b = 25 mm. Determine the exit temperature of the air and the rate of heat loss from the duct to the attic space. and the volume flow rate. Consider a 25-mm-diameter and 15-m-long smooth tube that is used for heating fluids. engine oil. that is maintained at a constant surface temperature. Pipe Insulation for Thermal Burn Prevention: A 10-m-long metal pipe (kpipe = 15 W/m∙K) has an inner diameter of 5 cm and an outer diameter of 6 cm is used for transporting hot saturated water vapor at a flow rate of 0. the pipe is covered with a 2.01 kg/s. Water at 150C is flowing through a 200-m-long standard 1-in Schedule 40 cast iron pipe with a mass flow rate of 0. The velocity profile in fully developed laminar flow in a circular pipe of inner radius R = 10 cm. If the mass flow rate is maintained at 0. . Determine the tube surface temperatures necessary to heat water.o is below 45°C.95 W/m∙K) to ensure that the outer surface temperature Ts. The wall is heated electrically to provide a constant surface heat flux along the entire tube. Assume flow is fully developed. Determine the mean and maximum velocities in the pipe. Fluids enter the tube at 50 0C and exit at 1500C. in m/s. is given by u(r) = 4(1 . and liquid mercury.6. 9. respectively.

A uniform heat flux is maintained by an electric resistance heater wrapped around the outer surface of the pipe. and (c) the pumping power required to overcome the pressure losses and to maintain the flow of oil in the pipe. Determine the rate of heat loss from the duct to the attic space and the pressure difference between the inlet and outlet sections of the duct. An 8-m-long. Assume flow is fully developed. A 10-m-long and 10-mm-inner-diameter pipe made of commercial steel is used to heat a liquid in an industrial process.05 kg/s through the annulus with the inlet and outlet mean temperatures of 200C and 800C. Ts (c) The pressure loss through the pipe and the minimum power required to overcome the resistance to flow. µ = 2 * 1023 kg/ms. and Pr = 10. while the outer tube surface is insulated. V = 0. determine (a) the temperature at which the hot air will leave the basement and (b) the rate of heat loss from the hot air in the duct to the basement.8 m/s. Evaluate air properties at a bulk mean temperature of 800C. determine: (a) The required surface heat flux qs. If the outlet mean temperature is 40 0C and the tube surface temperature is constant.14. Evaluate air properties at a bulk mean temperature of 500C. uninsulated square duct of cross section 0.2 m*3 0. Air (1 atm) enters into a 5-cm-diameter circular tube at 20 0C with an average velocity of 5 m/s. Estimate the length of the tube. cp = 4000 J/kg?K. with a convection heat transfer coefficient of 10 W/m 2K. Liquid glycerin is flowing through a 25-mm-diameter and 10-m-long tube. 22. Liquid water flows at a mass flow rate of 0.5 kg/s. and the outlet mean temperature is 80 0C. Evaluate air properties at a bulk mean temperature of 200C. Is this a good assumption? 17. The liquid enters the pipe with Ti = 25 0C. and the outer surface of the duct. respectively. determine (a) the temperature of the oil when the pipe leaves the lake. respectively. Hot air enters the duct at 1 atm and 80 0C at a volume flow rate of 0. The thermal resistance of the duct is negligible.2 m and relative roughness 10-3 passes through the attic space of a house. The inner surface of the pipe has a roughness of 0. so that the fluid exits at 75 0C. A concentric annulus tube has inner and outer diameters of 25 mm and 100 mm. Measurements indicate that the surface temperature of the pipe is very nearly 0 0C. The duct surface is nearly isothermal at 60 0C. and the pipe is nearly isothermal at 50 0C. Liquid water flows at a mass flow rate of 0. Determine the length of the concentric annulus tube. The inner tube wall is maintained with a constant surface temperature of 1200C. 16. respectively.48 W/mK. 18. A 1500-mlong section of the pipeline passes through icy waters of a lake at 0 0C. Consider the flow of oil at 100C in a 40-cm-diameter pipeline at an average velocity of 0. 19.3. The inner tube wall is maintained with a constant surface . Assuming fully developed flow and taking the average fluid properties to be r = 1000 kg/m3. Taking the walls of the basement to be at 100C also. The tube wall is maintained at a constant surface temperature of 160 0C. k = 0. 8–66 and (b) Eq. The concentric annulus tube has inner and outer diameters of 10 mm and 100 mm. 15.7 kg/s through a concentric annulus tube with the inlet and outlet mean temperatures of 200C and 800C. Is this a good assumption? 21. produced by the heater (b) The surface temperature at the exit.15 m3/s. whose emissivity is 0. The liquid glycerine enters the tube at 200C with a mass flow rate of 0.22 mm. Determine the rate of heat transfer to air using the Nusselt number relation given by (a) Eq.065 kg/s. respectively. Is this a good assumption? 20. Air at 100C enters a 12-cm-diameter and 5-m-long pipe at a rate of 0. Disregarding the thermal resistance of the pipe material.5 m/s. is exposed to the cold air at 10 0C in the basement. determine the surface temperature of the tube. Hot air at 600C leaving the furnace of a house enters a 12-m-long section of a sheet metal duct of rectangular cross section 20 cm * 20 cm at an average velocity of 4 m/s. 8–71. (b) the rate of heat transfer from the oil.

.temperature of 1200C. Determine the length of the concentric annulus tube. while the outer tube surface is insulated.

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