Hw5 - node 14) external node with convection on the bottom...

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ME 114 Homework Assignment 5 Due October 9 Please complete this assignment before your Lab 4 session! 1) Develop the following steady-state finite difference equations. You may assume constant thermophysical properties and no internal heat generation. These equations will be used in Lab 4. The geometry that you will be analyzing is shown below and will be discussed further on your lab handout. external corner node with heat flux from the bottom and adiabatic on the left (like node 24) external corner node with convection on the top and adiabatic on the left (like
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Unformatted text preview: node 14) external node with convection on the bottom and adiabatic on the left (like node 6) external node with heat flux from the bottom and adiabatic on the right (like node 28) from Incropera, F., and DeWitt, D., 2002, Introduction to Heat Transfer , John Wiley and Sons, New York 2) If you increase the number of time steps in a transient finite difference analysis by a factor of 3, by what factor do you decrease the global discretization error? Please read all of the Topic of Special Interest section for Chapter 5....
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