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Tutorial Sheet 2

**1. An exterior wall of a house may be approximated by a 4-in layer of common brick (k = 0.7
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W/m. oC) followed by a 1.5-in layer of gypsum plaster (k=0.48 W/m. oC). What thickness of

loosely packed rock-wool insulation (k=0.065 W/m. oC) should be added to reduce the heat

transfer through the wall by 80 percent?

**2. Steam flowing through a long, thin walled pipe maintains the pipe wall at a uniform
**

temperature of 500 K. The pipe is covered with an insulation blanket comprised of two

different materials, A and B. The interface between the two materials may be assumed to have

an infinite contact resistance, and the entire outer surface is exposed to air for which T ∞ = 300

K and h = 25 W/m2K.

**a. Sketch the thermal circuit of the system. Label all pertinent nodes and resistances.
**

b. For the prescribed conditions, what is the total heat loss from the pipe? What are the outer

surface temperatures Ts,2(A) and Ts,2(B)?

**3. One side of a copper (k = 385 W/m K) block 5 cm thick is maintained at 260oC. The other
**

side is covered with a layer of fiber glass (k = 0.05 W/m K) 2.5 cm thick. The outside of the

fiber glass is maintained at 38oC and the total heat flow is 44 kW. What is the area of the

slab?

**4. A plane wall is constructed of a material having thermal conductivity that varies as the square
**

of temperature according to the relation k = ko(1+ βT2). Derive an expression for the heat

transfer in such a wall.

**5. A certain material has a thickness of 30 cm and a thermal conductivity of 0.04 W/m. o C. At a
**

particular instant in time the temperature distribution with x, the distance from the left face, is

T = 150x2 - 30x, where x is in meters. Calculate the heat flow rates at x = 0 and x = 30 cm. Is

the solid heating up or cooling down?

**6. Calculate the critical radius of insulation for asbestos (k = 0.17 W/moC) surrounding a pipe
**

and exposed to room air at 20oC with h = 3 W/m2. oC. Calculate the heat loss from a 200 oC, 5

cm diameter pipe when covered with the critical radius of insulation and without insulation.

7. Derive an expression for critical radius of insulation for a sphere.

**8. A 1 mm diameter wire is maintained at a temperature of 400 oC and exposed to a convection
**

environment at 40 oC with h = 120 W/m2 oC. Calculate the thermal conductivity which will

just cause an insulation thickness of 0.2 mm to produce a critical radius.

**How much of this insulation must be added to reduce the heat transfer by 75 percent from that
**

which would be experienced by the bare wire?

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