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Heat is transferred from water to air through a brass wall (k = 54 W/m.K). The addition of

rectangular brass fins, 0.8 mm thick and 25 mm long, spaced 12.5 mm apart, is contemplated.

Assuming a water-side heat transfer coefficient of 170 W/m2 .K and an air-side heat transfer

coefficient of 17 W/m2 .K, compare the gain in heat transfer rate achieved by adding fins

to:

(a) the water side

(b) the air side

(c) both sides

Neglect temperature drop through the wall and the heat loss through fin tips.

Ans: 5.9 %, 224 %, 296 %

An aluminium (k = 204 W/m.K) rod 25 mm in diameter and 150 mm long protrudes from

a wall maintained at 300 o C. The environment temperature is 38 o C. The heat transfer

coefficient along the rod surface and at the tip is 17 W/m2 .K. Using the fin equations

determine:

(a) An expression for the temperature distribution in the rod;

(b) The rate of heat transfer from the rod to the surroundings; and

(c) The temperatures at the base and tip of the rod.

One end of a 0.3 m long steel rod is connected to a wall at 204 o C, the other end is

connected to a wall that is maintained at 93 o C. Air is blown across the rod so that the heat

transfer coefficient of 17 W/m2 .Kis maintained over the entire surface. If the diameter of

the rod is 50 mm and the temperature of the air is 38 o C, what is the net rate of heat loss

to the air?

(From Kreith & Bohn, Q2.33)

Ans: 74.4 W

4

A fuse wire of length 2L, and uniform cross sectional area A is clamped rigidly at its ends

and carries a current I. The supports and the surroundings are maintained at temperature

To . Electrical resistivity of the wire varies with temperature according to

= o [1 + (T To )]

where and are constants. Assume that the convective heat transfer coefficient, h, and

thermal conductivity of the wire, k, are constants.

(a) Derive the governing differential equation for the steady state temperature distribution

of the fuse wire. Hence, prove that a stable temperature is obtained if

hp >

I 2 o

A

(b) Obtain the steady stable temperature distribution in the fuse wire.

(c) Show that, if the melting temperature of the wire is Tm , the maximum steady current

that the wire can carry, I , is given by

I2 =

A

hp m2 kA

o

m2 kA (Tm To )

1

= 1

2

(hp m kA)

cosh mL

to be a stainless steel wire having an electrical resistivity of 80106 -cm. The operating

temperature of the stainless steel is to be no more than 1260 o C. The heat transfer coefficient

at the outer surface is expected to be no less than 1720 W/m2 .K in a medium whose

maximum temperature is 93 o C. A transformer capable of delivering current at 9 and

12 V is available. Determine a suitable size for the wire, the current required, and discuss

what effect a reduction in the heat transfer coefficient would have.

Hint: First demonstrate that the temperature drop between the centre and the surface of

the wire is independent of the wire diameter, and determine its value.

(From Kreith & Bohn, Q2.30)

square concrete block (k = 0.128 W/m.K). The outside temperature of the concrete is

25 o C and the rate of electrical energy dissipation in the cable is 150 W/m. Determine the

surface temperature of the cable.

The conduction shape factor for a long cylinder of diameter d within a solid block of side

length w is given by

2

S=

w

ln 1.08

d

2

Ans: 639 o C

7

Steam at 100 o C flows in a pipe of diameter 25 mm parallel to a cold water line of diameter

50 mm at 15 o C. i The two pipes are buried in concrete (k = 0.87 W/m.K) with a centre

to centre distance of 50 mm. The convective heat transfer coefficients for the steam and

water are 200 W/m2 .K and 42 W/m2 .K, respectively.

(a) Calculate the conduction shape factor for the geometry.

(b) Draw the thermal network for the exchange of heat between the two fluids indicating

the values of thermal resistances.

Hence, calculate:

(c) the overall heat transfer coefficient (based on steam pipe area), and

(d) the heat transfer per metre length between the pipes.

Assume that the pipe walls are thin and the thermal conduction resistance of the walls is

negligible.

The conduction shape factor for two long parallel cylinders of radii r1 and r2 buried in an

infinite medium is given by

S=

cosh1

2pi

H 2 r12 r22

2r1 r2

Ans: 3.763, 24.45 W/m2 .K, 163.2 W/m

8

(a) Draw a suitable thermal network for the problem.

(b) Determine the rate of heat loss from the fluid.

(c) Determine the temperatures at the inner and outer surfaces of the duct.

You will need to find suitable conduction shape factors.

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