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Batch: July - Dec 2017 (MC 15 Batch)

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Chapter 1

1. Familiarize yourself with the heat transfer properties of engineering materials using Thermal
engineering data handbook.
2. Suggest a suitable experimental set-up and procedure for measurement of thermal
conductivity of a material having a provision of cylindrical shape.
3. How do you measure convective heat transfer coefficient using a current carrying electric
wire?
4. Develop the heat transfer model for heating of a metallic and wooden surface (in terms of
temperature) by solar energy in Ahmedabad/Gandhinagar. Explain with some numerical
examples.
5. Develop heat loss formulation from a person who is doing normal activity/dancing. Elaborate
with the help of numerical computing.
6. What is the concept of prevention through design?Go through the following documents
(a)NIOSH publication 2011-121, 2010 (b)ASTM standard C1055-03, 2009.
7. What is the meaning of skin burn, flash point of a liquid, combustible and inflammable liquid,
and auto ignition temperature? What is the role of these parameters in hazard prevention?
8. Solve example 1-14 using EES. Select the commercial engine oil with its auto- ignition
temperature prescribed by manufacturer. What are your suggestions to avoid accident in this
case?
9. Go through the topic of special interest Thermal Comfort.
10. Solve all the FE exam problems.
11. Discuss the design problem given in 1-163.
Chapter 2:

1. Draw the differential control volumes for Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinate
system and indicate all the energy process in the diagram. Hence with the help of first
principles derive Equations 2.38, 2.43, and 2.44.
(a) Using the general heat conduction equations derive the temperature profile, heat transfer
rate and heat flux rate equations for a wall, hollow cylinder and hollow sphere geometries for
specified temperature boundary conditions [assumptions: 1-D heat transfer, steady state
without heat generation, variable thermal conductivity].
2. Repeat the exercise 2- 18 for spherical geometry.
3. Repeat the exercise 2- 19 for spherical geometry.
4. Repeat the exercise 2- 20 for cylindrical and spherical geometry.
5. Repeat the exercise 2- 22 for cylindrical and spherical geometry.
6. Go through the example 2-11. Obtain expressions for the variation of temperature within the
hollow cylinder (inner radius, r1 = 10 cm, outer radius, r2 = 15 cm, Length = 1 m) for the
following boundary conditions (and discuss the results obtained):
(a) Similar to as given in 2-11 (a) [consider r = r1 equivalent to x=0]
(b) At r = r1, heat flux q1 = 40 W/cm2 and at r = r2 , heat flux q2 = -25 W/cm2
(c) At r = r1, heat flux q1 = (40/A1) W/cm2 and at r = r2 , heat flux q2 = 40/A2) W/cm2
Where A1 and A2 are the surface area of cylinder at r1 and r2 respectively.
7. Repeat the problem 2 considering a hollow spherical geometry (r1 and r2 as mentioned in
problem 2)
8. Go through the example 2-12. Repeat the exercise without disregarding the radiation loss.
9. Considering the same data given in example 2-12, for a cylindrical shape (consider base area A
at inner radius r1 = 10 cm, thickness of cylinder = 0.5 cm) obtain an expression for the
variation of temperature along the thickness of cylinder and evaluate the temperatures at
inner and surfaces with (i) disregarding heat loss by radiation and (ii) considering heat loss by
radiation and convection and (iii) considering heat loss by radiation only.
10. Repeat the problem 4 for a spherical geometry.
11. Go through the example 2-13 and repeat the calculations (i) considering radiation and
convection loss and (ii) considering heat loss by radiation only.
12. Repeat the exercise 2-13 for cylindrical and spherical geometry (r2/r1 = 1.25) with (i)
disregarding heat loss by radiation and (ii) considering heat loss by radiation and convection
and (iii) considering heat loss by radiation only.
13. Go through the example 2-14 and repeat the same for cylindrical and spherical geometries
14. Solve all the FE exam problems.
15. Attempt Design problem 2-170 or 2-171 (page 141 Chapter 2).

[Application of EES is highly encourages wherever necessary]


Chapter 3

1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter 3.


2. Go through examples of 3.2 and 3.3. Repeat the same for summer conditions of Gandhnagar
[i.e., assume room temperature = 26 0C; surrounding temperature = 45 0C]. What are the
advantages of double pane window?
3. Go through example 3-5.
4. Solve 3-65 (page 216).
5. Repeat the problem 3-7 for cylindrical shape geometry (equal surface area, L/D = 10).
6. Repeat the problem 3-8 for spherical shape geometry.
7. Develop the expression for critical insulation thickness expression (for sphere and cylinder) for
the case for heat transfer by means of convection and radiation from the insulated surface.
8. Develop the expressions for temperature profile and heat transfer for four different cases of
extended surfaces.
9. In example 3.12 repeated the calculations for pin fin of triangular profile of same length.
10. Repeat the example 3-13 for equivalent surface area fin having circular cross section.
11. Solve unsolved problem 3-123 (page 223).
12. Solve unsolved problems 3-144 and 3-146.

Chapter 4

1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter 4.


2. Go through Example problem 4.1. Now solve problem 4-28 (page 290). What are the
assumptions made during the calculations?
3. Go through Example problem 4.2. Now solve problem 4-48 (page 292). also solve problem 4-49
using EES.
4. Solve problem 4.6(page 294).
5. Solve problems 4-66 and 4-67 (page 294-295).
6. Solve example problems 4-4 and 4-5 using Heislers Charts.
7. Solve Problem 4-84 (page 296).
8. Solve Problem 4-88(page 297).

Chapter 6

1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter6.


2. Go through example problem 6.1. Solve 6.11 (page 413).
3. Go through example problem 6.2. Solve 6.57 (page 416).
4. Go through example problem 6.3.
5. With help of suitable differential control volume derive the Energy equation.
6. Write continuity, momentum and energy equations for flow over a flat plate. Write the proper
boundary conditions required to solve these equations. Explain boundary layer approximations?
7. With reference to question 5, convert all the equations and boundary conditions into
dimensionless form. Give the significance of the dimensionless numbers associated with fluid
mechanics and heat transfer.
8. Convert the same into dimensionless form.
9. Solve 6.12 (page 413).
10. Solve 6.14 (page 413).
11. Solve 6.40 (page 416).
12. Solve 6.69 (page 417).
13. Solve 6.86 (page 418).
14. Solve 6.90 (page 419).
15. Using Dimensional analysis show Nu = CRemPrn

Chapter 7

1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter 7.


2. Go through example 7.1 (page 431) and solve 7-17(page 454).
3. Solve 7.2 (page 432).
4. Go through example 7.3 (page 434) and solve 7-22 (page 454).
5. Go through example 7.5(page 442) and solve 7-71 (page 460).(use simplified correlation,
and discuss the difference in answer)
6. Solve 7.6 (page 443).
7. Solve 7.91 (page 463).

Chapter 8
1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter 8.
2. Go through example 8.1 (page 482) and solve 8-20(page 519).
3. Go through example 8.2 (page 491) and solve 8-18 (page 519).
4. Go through example 8.3 (page 492) and solve 8-73(page 523).
5. Go through the solved examples of 8.5 and 8.6.
6. Go through example 8.7 (page 504) and solve 8-87(page 525).

Chapter 9
1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter 9.
2. Go through example 9.1 (page 482) and solve 9-54 (page 583).
3. Go through example 9.2(page 544) and solve the same example for surface temperature equal
to 150 C.
4. Go through example 9.3 (page 549)
5. Solve problem 9.36 (page 581).
6. Solve problem 9-40 (page 581).
7. Solve problem 9-48 (page 582).
Chapter 11

1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter11.


2. Go through the solved examples upto 11-10.
3. Solve problem 11-26 (page 695).
4. Solve problem 11-48 (page 697).
5. Solve problem 11-50 (page 697).
6. Solve problem 11-61 (page 698).
7. Solve problem 11-71 (page 699).
8. Solve problem 11-73 (page 700).
9. Solve problem 11-94 (page 701).
10. Solve problem 11-97 (page 701).
11. Solve problem 11-100 (page 702).
12. Solve problem 11-103 (page 702).
13. Solve problem 11-115(page 704).
14. Develop the expressions for LMTD and effectiveness-NTU relationship for a counter-flow heat
exchanger.

Chapter 12

1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter 12.


2. Go through the solved examples upto 12-6.
3. Solve problem 12-23, 12-24, 12-28, 12-32 (page 755).
4. Solve problem 12-44 (page 756).
5. Solve problem 12-5526 (page 757).
6. Solve problem 12-72 (page 758).
7. Solve problem 12-79 (page 759).
8. Solve problem 12-83 (page 760).

Chapter 13

1. Solve all the FE problems of chapter 13.


2. Go through the solved examples upto 13-13.
3. Solve problem 13-7 (page 814).
4. Solve problem 13-9, 13-10 to 13-12, (page 815).
5. Solve problem 13-22,13-23,13-26 (page 816).
6. Solve problem 13-39 (page 818).
7. Solve problem 13-51,13-53 (page 820).
8. Solve problem 13-80 (page 823).
9. Solve problem 13-84 (page 824).
Chapter 14
Self Study (excluding section 14.7 Transient mass diffusion)
Go through all the solved examples.