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Tutorial Sheet 3

1. Heat is generated in a 2.5-cm-square copper rod at the rate of 35.3 MW/m3. The rod is

exposed to a convection environment at 20oC, and the heat transfer coefficient is 4000

W/m2K. Calculate the surface temperature of the rod.

2. Heat is generated uniformly in a stainless steel plate having k = 20W/m K. The

thickness of the plate is 1 cm and the heat generation rate is 500 MW/m3. If the two

sides of the plate are maintained at 100 and 200oC respectively, calculate the

temperature at the center of the plate.

3. The temperature distribution in a certain plane wall is

T T1

C1 C2 x 2 C3 x 3

T2 T1

where T1 and T2 are the temperatures on each side of the wall. If thermal conductivity

of the wall is constant and wall thickness is L, derive an expression for the heat

generation per unit volume as a function of x. x is the distance from the wall with

.

temperature T1. At x = 0, heat generation rate is q o .

4. A long homogeneous resistance wire of radius ro = 5 mm is being used to heat the air

in a room by the passage of electric current. Heat is generated in the wire uniformly at

a rate of 5 x 107 W/m3 as a result of resistance heating. If the temperature of the outer

surface of the wire remains at 180°C, determine the temperature at r = 2 mm after

steady operation conditions are reached. Take the thermal conductivity of the wire to

be k = 8 W/m · °C.

**5. A straight rectangular fin has a length of 2 cm and a thickness of 1.5 mm. k fin = 55
**

W/m K and it is exposed to convection environment at 20oC with h = 500W/m K.

Calculate the maximum possible heat loss for a base temperature of 200 oC. What is

the actual heat loss?

6. A 2.5 cm diameter tube has circumferential fins of rectangular profile spaced at 9.5

mm increments along its length. The fins are constructed of aluminium and are 0.8

mm thick and 12.5 mm long. The tube wall is maintained at 200oC and environment

temperature is 93oC. The heat transfer coefficient is 110 W/m2K. Calculate the heat

loss from tube per meter of length.

7. The total efficiency for a finned surface may be defined as the ratio of the total heat

transfer of the combined area of the surface and fins to the heat which would be

transferred if this total area were maintained at the base temperature T o. Show that

this efficiency can be calculated from

A

t 1 f (1 f )

A

where ηt = total efficiency

ηf = fin efficiency

Af = surface area of all fins

A = total heat transfer area, including fins and exposed tube or other surface

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