H1PRES~1 - measuring the cooling flow rate steady state...

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Introduction best done in solids. caused by temp. difference. free electrons cause H.T. by conduction in metallic materials. Theoretical background. fourier’s law q/A= -kdT/dx H.T. flow rate q=mcp T barrier resistance 1/hcA= Tb/q for circular cone q=9.35e-3*k (T h -T c ) for cylindrical cone q=.0187*k (T h -T c ) Procedure heat is supplied from one bar and it removed at the other end. recording the temp of the inlet and outlet.
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Unformatted text preview: measuring the cooling flow rate steady state condition is needed Conclusion H. flow rate was calculated exp. and Theo. because the small distance between the two material ,it caused resistance to H.T. (B.R.) the relation between temp and position is linear. steady state is to be reached before any reading is to be taken....
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This note was uploaded on 12/30/2010 for the course CHEMICAL E CHE 309 taught by Professor M.elgaily during the Fall '09 term at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals.

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