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Unformatted text preview: Conservation of Energy: Rate of energy stored in control volume equals the rate of energy entering the control volume less the rate of energy leaving the control volume plus the rate of work done on the control volume less the rate of work done by the control volume plus the rate of energy generated within the control volume. Q rate of energy generated per unit volume e internal energy per unit mass E total energy per unit mass Rate of Energy Stored: z y x E t Rate of Energy Generated: z y x Q Rate of Energy Entering Control Volume Due to Transport: y x z Ew z x y Ev y z x Eu + + Rate of Energy Leaving Control Volume Due to Transport: y x z z Ew z x y y Ev y z x x Eu + + + + + Work on Control Volume due to Body Forces: u x y z v x y z w x y z + + Rate of energy Conducted entering Control Volume: k z q j y q i x q q + + = y x z q z x y q z y x q + + Rate of energy Conducted leaving Control Volume y x z z q z x y y q z y x x q + + + + + Net Rate of Work on Control Volume Due to Pressure ( 29 ( 29 ( 29 ( 29 ( 29 ( 29 Pu z y Pv x z Pw x y x y z Pu z y Pv x z Pw x y x x y y z z + + - + + + + + Net Rate of Work on Control Volume Due to Viscous...
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2010 for the course EML 6155 taught by Professor Dr.jamesklausner during the Spring '10 term at University of Florida.
- Spring '10
- Heat Transfer