EML  4140  Radiation  Heat  Transfer   Fall  2011     Time:  M  W  F,  Period  2  (8:30  am  –  9:20  am)   Location:  WM  0100     Instructor   Dr.  Jörg  Petrasch,   Department  of  Mechanical  and  Aerospace  Engineering   330  MAE-­‐B   petrasch@ufl.edu   Office  hours:   330  MAE-­‐B   M  W  F:  Period  3  (9:35  pm  –  10:25  pm)     Teaching  Assistants   Abhishek  Singh:  abhishekksingh@ufl.edu   Anupam  Akolkar:  anupam.akolkar@ufl.edu   Office  hours:   130  MAE-­‐C   M  W  F:  period  5  and  6  (11:45-­‐1:40)     Web  site   http://www.rel.mae.ufl.edu/teaching.html     Course  Material     T.  Bergman,  A.  Lavine,  F.  Incropera,  and  D.  DeWitt,  “Fundamentals  of  Heat  and  Mass  Transfer”,  7th  Edition,  John   Wiley  &  Sons,  2011.     Alternatively:   F.  Incropera,  D.  DeWitt,  T.  Bergman,  and  A.  Lavine,  “Fundamentals  of  Heat  and  Mass  Transfer”,  6th  Edition,  John   Wiley  &  Sons,  2006.     The  differences  between  the  texts  are  minor;  either  edition  is  fully  covers  the  contents  of  the  course.     Course  Objectives   The  course  provides  intermediate  level  coverage  of  thermal  transport  processes  via  conduction,  convection,   and  radiation.  The  course  emphasizes  the  fundamental  physics  of  heat  transfer  applied  to  engineering  analysis.   Students  will  learn  to  apply  conservation  of  energy  to  control  volumes  and  express  energy  conservation   mathematically.  Upon  completion  of  the  course,  students  are  expected  to  understand  the  fundamental  physics   of  heat  transfer,  to  be  able  to  apply  this  physical  understanding  to  real-­‐world  engineering  problems,  to  develop   a  mathematical  formulation  of  the  problem,  and  to  solve  the  mathematical  problem.     Contents   1. Conduction  heat  transfer   a. 1-­‐D  steady  state  conduction,   b. 2-­‐D  steady  state  conduction,   c. Transient  conduction.   2. Convection  heat  transfer   a. Governing  equations,  boundary  layer  theory,   b. External  flow,   c. Internal  flow,   d. Free  (natural)  convection,   e. Introduction  to  boiling  and  condensation.   3. Radiation  heat  transfer   a. Introduction  to  radiation,   b. Radiation  exchange  between  surfaces  and  view  factors.