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DEPARTMENT & PROGRAM: BS Mechanical Engineering

COURSE CODE-COURSE NAME: 314305 Heat & Mass Transfer CR: 3-0

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is an Engineering Depth Course. These courses further strengthen the knowledge of heat & mass
transfer and develop the foundation for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning and Power Plants course.
Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics courses offered in earlier semester’s lays foundation for this course.
At the end of this course, students will be able to design Heat Exchangers under various constraints.

PRE-REQUISITE: 214303 Thermodynamics II, 214401 Fluid Mechanics-I

CO-REQUISITE: Nil

TEXT AND MATERIALS:


Textbook:
1. Heat Transfer- A Practical approach by Y.A. Cengel
Reference Material:
1. Heat Transfer by J.P Holman

RELEVANT PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES:


The course is designed so that students will achieve the PLOs:
1. PLO-1: Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and
engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering
problems.
2. PLO-2: Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze
complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of
mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
3. PLO-3: Design/Development of Solutions: An ability to design solutions for complex engineering
problems and design systems, components, or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate
consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES:


Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
1. Explain and summarize the different parameters which are responsible for different modes of heat
and mass transfer.
2. Apply the basic laws to solve multilayer problems of heat and mass transfer in different geometries.
3. Analyze the different geometry of fins for a practical problem of heat transfer.
4. Design different types of heat exchangers under various constrains.

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS:
In engineering practice, an understanding of the mechanism of heat transfer is becoming increasingly
important since heat transfer plays a critical role in the design of vehicles, power plants, refrigerators,
electronic devices, buildings, and bridges among other things.
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LECTURE PLAN:
Instruction 75%
Discussion 15%
Exercises/Tutorial 10%

Module Topic References Week/Lecture


I Introduction Textbook I 1
1.1 Basic of Heat Transfers (Chapter 1)
1.2 Heat and other Forms of Energy
1.3 Mechanism of Heat Transfer
II Heat Conduction/Convection Textbook I 2-6
2.1 What is Conduction? (Chapter 2,3)
2.2 Mathematical Model (Fourier’s Law)
2.3 Thermal Conductivity
2.4 Thermal Resistance Concept
2.5 Multi Wall Conduction
2.6 Conduction In Circular Pipes
2.7 Multi-layer Circular Pipes
2.8 Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient
2.9 Fundamentals of Convection
2.10 Circular Thickness of Insulator
2.11 3-D Heat Conduction Equation
III Heat Exchangers Textbook I 7-9
3.1 What is Heat Exchanger?, Types of Heat (Chapter 13)
Exchanger
3.2 Mathematical Modeling
3.3 Analysis of Heat Exchangers
3.4 LMTD Method, NTU Method
3.5 Selection of Heat Exchangers
IV Heat Transfer from Extended Surfaces (FINS) Textbook I 10-11
4.1 Mathematical Modeling (Chapter 3)
4.2 Analysis of FINS
V Free and Forced Convection Textbook I 12-13
5.1 Basics (Chapter 6, 7)
5.2 Empirical Relations for Heat Transfer
Coefficient (h)
VI Mass Transfer Textbook I 14-15
6.1 Basics (Chapter 14)
6.2 Mathematical Modeling (Fick’s Law)
VII Radiation Heat Transfer Textbook I 16
7.1 Basics (Chapter 6, 7)
7.2 Mathematical Modeling (Kirchhoff’s
Law)
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Final Examination 17

COURSE TARGETS:
Learning
CLO Teaching Domain PLOs to
Module No. Assessment Methodology
No. Methodology with Target
Level
I +II+VI+ Lectures + C-2 PLO-1
1 Assignments/Quizzes/OHTs/Final
VII Discussions
II+V Lectures +
2 Assignments/Quizzes/OHTs/Final C-3 PLO-1
Discussions
IV Lectures + C-4 PLO-2
3 Assignments/Quizzes/OHTs/Final
Discussions
III Lectures + Assignments/Quizzes/OHTs/Final/Project C-6 PLO-3
4
Discussions Report
ASSESMENT:
The course will include three One hour tests during the semester. In addition quizzes and assignments at the
end of each module may be set. One project per individual will also be included to enhance the hands-on
abilities of the students. A comprehensive final examination over the all module, of 3 hours duration, will be
set at the end of the course. Evaluation will be competency based and student grades will be based on the
following factors.

Assignments 05-10%
Quizzes 10-15%
OHT Exam 20-25%
Final Exam 45-50%
Project 10-15%
Total 100%

Name with sign Mr. Hafiz Muhammad Suleman


Written By
Date
Name with sign Mr. Muhammad Shaban
Reviewed By
Date
Name with sign Dr. Asif Israr
Approved By
Date
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