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Unformatted text preview: I e 1 V a) t.“- TF1, Exam 3 Section4 6?: 1? Tuesday, December 04 2%? r“ :7! T . L“ 235 ‘l- . (l men 1‘ M“ i ‘ NAME. [4" Hi — Mum P; mixes m Problem 1 (7 points) Saturated liquid water at Tb = 20 OC flows at 6 m/s in a 25.4- mm-ID tube; the tube wall is heated by solar irradiation to T5 = 26 0C . fl: 75}! rm ‘2 O' D 2 a) Is the flow laminar or turbulent '? Thigh b) Assume thatjhe tumiggmoofli. Find the average heat transfer coefficient in the fully developed velocity and temperature profile region. 0) Determine the solar heat flux needed to bring the wall temperature to 26 C . A: H : we raffle Pr :65t7 Pm {\30‘39/3LV'3K M: O'Doogbzé m V‘ REV” PM Reg $1030 ‘/ l3 . , ‘00 l7 J - f. .z 1/3 I l2‘7{3) (Pr “g \ Eh: 7C” ; 03M I , R of; i; [)‘Olfi‘ig rwcwr mm; wall?"Le 3-5 f-A—‘t t'tueajdlrle range “V Cut Haws TF1, Exam 3 Section4 Tuesday, December 04, 2007 E, D 00026 m Problem 2 (8) points You are asked to calculate the pipe diameter needed for a fire protection system, supplied form the water tower shown in Fig. 1. The pipe materials is cast iron. I!) ‘f 1 L 3%“ l w “ ‘ Determine that pipe diameter that would ‘ A; 3’} '7‘,” Provide 350 GPM. \7 fl 350 {rm}: ,V M x 9" a Coll Helium Tuesday, December 04, 200? (494A “16 final-’35? : mi. 335 “751 TF1, Exam 3 Section4 Problem 3 (8 points) In the condenser, steam at Ts=100 C and 1 atm is condensing outside 2 cm x 5cm square channels. a) Water from a river at TVFZS C, flows at 2 m/s inside the square channels. The channels have roughness, e=0.26 mm. Find the average heat transfer coefficient in the fully developed velocity and temperature profile region. (6 points). 0.01 b) Assume water velocity is reduced to M m/s. Calculate the Nusselt number. (2 point) A I. 7 H3 tlmlic alfam’l‘er; 13‘ / Hm?! 6H 3 Q0235? we?” Rejnaiills #35 _ P V M lie , 2/ fill. Stag” lute “(b-Mu la» n wavnbefimf ,_ fin : ,Zibrzot/ at? Ma #0 NS/jfl'l-l' '1 Nu] 2.0.017 RC; Pr reeftfl‘ill“ 7 l Wsowwrsga REV; H [Mllle ‘ Nu: u: Mfg/1 . _ I ) #1 l - n :N M sine: (CNNle will “fig; h “a : lljogo £53K Md 5 big : 3‘66 l k:ll)'Ol-5ll in K \/ at ...
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