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Melathediyoor, Tirunelveli – 627152


B.E―AERO Department: Aeronautical Engineering Year/Semester:III/VI

Date & Session: Course name and Code. 201020 & Heat Transfer Max. Marks:50
.12.2019 & N

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Analyse the heat transfer take place in real time solid medium.
CO2: Apply the effect of heat transfer in real time applications of fluid medium.
CO3: Express the knowledge of design sills of radiation.
CO4: Illustrate the real time applications of numerical methods in heat transfer.
CO5: Relate the skill of heat transfer and its applications in Aircraft.

BL – Bloom’s Level (1- Remembering, 2- Understanding, 3 – Applying, 4 – Analysing, 5 –

Evaluating, 6 - Creating); CO – Course Outcome;

Qn. No. PART A (2 marks) Marks CO BL

1 State Fourier’s law of heat conduction. 2 1 1
The heat generated during turning operation in lathe is transfer
2 2 1 3
from job to tool by which mode of heat transfer and why?
3 Define fins or extended surfaces. 2 1 2
4 Differentiate conduction and convection. 2 2 4
Air at 250C flows over 1m X 3m (3m long) horizontal plate
5 maintain at 2000C at 10m/s. Calculate the Reynolds number, 2 2 5
take kinematic viscosity is 24.29 X 106.
Qn. No. PART B (8 marks) Marks CO BL
6(a) Derive heat conduction equation in long fin. 8 2 3
6(b) Derive heat conduction equation in short fin insulated end. 8 1 3
Qn. No. PART B (8 marks) Marks CO BL
Determine the heat transfer through the composite wall shown
in the figure below. Take the conductivities of A, B, C, D & E
as 50, 10, 6.67, 20& 30 W/mK respectively and assume one
dimensional heat transfer. Take of area of A =D= E = 1m 2 and
B=C=0.5 m2. Temperature entering at wall A is 800ºC and
7(a) leaving at wall E is 100ºC. 16 2 6

7(b) A steel pipe of 20 cm outer diameter with thermal conductivity 16 1 6
50 W/mK and 6mm inner thickness carrying saturated steam.
Steel pipe is covered with insulating material of 5cm thickness.
The thermal conductivity of the insulating material is
0.09W/mK. The inside film heat transfer coefficient is
1100W/m2K and outside film heat transfer coefficient is
12W/m2K. It is found that the heat loss is more and it is
proposed to add another layer of 6cm thick insulating material
of same quality without changing outer conditions. Determine
the percentage of reduction in heat transfer.
Air at 20 ºC at atmospheric pressure flows over a flat plate
with a velocity of 3 m/s. If the plate is 1m wide and at 80 ºC,
calculate the following at x=300mm. (i) Hydrodynamic
8(a) boundary layer thickness, (ii) Thermal boundary layer 16 2 5
thickness, (iii) Local friction coefficient, (iv) Average friction
coefficient, (v) Local heat transfer coefficient, (vi) Average
heat transfer coefficient, (vii) Heat transfer.
Using Buckingham’s π-theorem, show that the discharge Q

consumed by an oil ring is given by Q= Nd3 φ [ ,

8(b) 16 1 5

, ] where d is the internal diameter of the ring,

N is rotational speed, ρ is density, µ is viscosity, σ is surface

tension and w is the specific weight of oil.