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Unformatted text preview: SO LUT [040 ME/ CHE 109 Final Fall 2002 Name
Problem I. A cylindrical enclosure of radius (r=2m) and height (h=0.75m) has emissivities as
Lshoxn in the figure. The 3 surfaces are maintained at uniform temperatures as shown.
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blowing air at 300K and 3.5 m/s. Assume the thermal conductivity 0 the aluminum is
237 W/mOC over the entire temperature range. 10 pts. II.a. Calculate the forced convection heat transfer coefficient for the ball TM; — 200K ‘Ts; 3‘801511192 mans K . ~ 0
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‘ .. Problem III. An electronic box that consumes 180W of power is cooled by a fan blowing
air into the box enclosure. The dimensions of the box are 15 cm x 60 cm x 60 cm and all
the surfaces of the box are exposed to the Too=20° vent for part c AII‘ Figure for Problem III ambient except the base surface. Temperature measurements indicate that the box is at
an average temperature of 34°C when the ambient temperature and the temperature of
the surrounding walls are at 20°C. If the emissivity of the outer surface of the box is
0.65, determine 10 pts. a.) The fraction of the heat loss from the outer surfaces of the electronic box due
to radiation. 3 ‘7 B A r '5 5 ’ (2(ZC ; Q (T I5 ”” 1gpts. b.) The fraction of the heat loss from the outer surfaces of the electronic box due
to natural convection. ﬁts13 q E. . , A“
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