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E 205: Heat Transfer Fundamentals

A.N. Tabish (PhD, TU Delft)


Assistant Professor
Deptt. of Chemical Engineering
UET Lahore (KSK Campus)
antabish@uet.edu.pk
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Course Content Review


(1) Introduction to heat transfer (2) Applications and importance of heat transfer (3)
Modes of heat transfer (4) Steady state one-dimensional conduction including heat
sources and convective boundary conditions (5) Extended surfaces (6) Transient
conduction: lumped capacity method (7) Free and forced convection under various
flow patterns (8) Dimensional analysis (9) Importance of temperature in mechanism
of heat transfer (10) Calculation of caloric and wall temperature (11) Momentum and
heat transfer analogies (12) Boiling and condensation (13) Principles of radiation
heat transfer (14) Introduction to heat transfer equipment and their configurations

Recommended 1. Theodore L. Bergman, Frank P. Incropera, Adrienne S. Lavine, David P. DeWitt,


Books: (6th ed, 2011) “Introduction to Heat Transfer” Wiley & Sons
2. Yunus A. Cengel, (2nd ed) "Heat Transfer: A practical Approach", McGraw-Hill
3. D. Q. Kern (1965) “Process Heat Transfer”, McGraw-Hill

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Course Learning Outcomes


Description Domains & PLOs,
CLO
Levels Levels
Discuss different modes and laws of heat transfer
CLO1 Cognitive, 2 PLO1, Low
and their application in chemical process industry
Apply energy balance and dimensional analysis
CLO2 concepts to derive relationships for industrial heat Cognitive, 3 PLO2, high
transfer applications
Calculate rates of different heat transfer modes to
PLO2,
CLO3 examine heat transfer processes using basic laws Cognitive, 4
Medium
and analogies.

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ODL Course Plan


Week Topics Reading Material
- Steady state one-dimensional conduction including heat
1 Book 1, Section 3.5,
sources and convective boundary conditions
2 - Heat conduction in extended surfaces Book 1, Section 3.6,
3 - Introduction to Free and forced convective heat transfer Book 1, Section 6.1-6.2,
Book 1, Section 6.3-6.3,
4 - Free and forced convection under various flow patterns
Book 3, Chapter 3, pp 30-
Book 1, Section 6.6-6.7,
- Dimensional analysis in heat transfer
5 Book 3, Chapter 3, pp 30-
- Importance of temperature in mechanism of heat transfer
Lecture notes
6 - Calculation of caloric and wall temperature Book 3, Chapter 5, pp 93-
- Momentum and heat transfer analogies
7 Book 1, Chapter 10,
- Boiling and condensation
8 - Principles of radiation heat transfer Book 1, Chapter 12
- Introduction to heat transfer equipment and their Book 1, Chapter 11
9
configurations Lecture notes

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Heat Transfer - Flash Back

Modes of heat transfer

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Heat Transfer - Flash Back

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Heat Transfer - Flash Back

Fourier’s law:

Newton’s law
of cooling:

Stefan–Boltzmann law

Illustration of modes of heat transfer

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Heat Transfer - Flash Back


Thermal resistance: The increase in the amount
of energy stored in a
control volume must equal
the amount of energy that
Thermal resistance (Rtc) for conduction is:
enters the control volume,
minus the amount of
Relationship with energy that leaves the
thermodynamics: control volume.

First law of thermodynamics

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Homework:

Label pathways (q1 - q8) for heat transfer from coffee to the surrounding

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Homework:

Example 1.7: Introduction to Heat Transfer by Bergman (6th ed, 2011)

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