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Name Final Exam Section Score /100 MAE 336 - Heat Transfer - Spring 2017 You are allowed 3 pieces of paper (front and back) with any written/typed notes. No computers, phones, tablets, or any internet devices allowed. Usage will result in a score of 0 points. Scientific and graphing calculators are allowed for final computations only. You must state all assumptions, write equations and show all work before you substitute in numeric values. Clearly label vectors on any Free Body Diagram or Control Volume. Any cheating that is discovered in class or during the grading will result in a 0. There are a total of 130 possible points on the exam. Final score is out of 100. Table 1: First Term Approximation

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The warm promises of summer for our hero, Flow McMaster , are frozen fast by the evil Dr. η ρτμη ’s cool assault... 1. (18 points ) Arsonists - The evil henchmen: conduction , convection , and radiation , are burning the town! Stop them by analyzing their different modes of heat transfer. (a) What is the rate of 1D heat flux that can be produced by conduction . (6) (b) Determine a characteristic length scale and find the Grashof Number for convection . (6) Use the fluid properties (only) that are found in Figure 3 of Problem 3.
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