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Unformatted text preview: An aluminum can having the diameter of6 cm and the height of 10 cm contains fruitjuice at 1“C.
Using a lumpedcapacity analysis, estimate the time required for the contents to warm to 15“C
when the can is placed in a room at 22°C with a convection coefﬁcient of4 Wltn 2 “Cl Assume the fruitjuice has the same properties as water. Also validate the assumption ofthe lumped—capacity
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0.3! Chadv. : 51 3%: =c.ast <0" A concrete column (an inﬁnite circular cylinder) with radius 1"” = 0.3 m initially has a uniform
temperature of 30"C. Now the atmospheric environment is suddenly changed to 20°C. The
convection heat transfer coefﬁcient is estimated to be 5 Who 2 DC. What will be the temperatures
ofthe concrete at r = 0.0 (center) and 0.3 m (surface) after 24 hours? The properties ofthe
concrete are as follows: a = 7 x10 ‘7 m l is and k = l W/m.°C. NOTE: For a cylinder with a convection boundary, the one—term approximation is given as
follows: T —‘ Tab 2 I”
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o On a hot summer day a concrete driveway may reach a temperature of SOT. Suppose that a stream
ofwater is directed on the driveway so that the surface temperature is suddenly lowered to 20°C.
How long will it take to cool the concrete to 30°C at a depth of 5 cm From the surface? {A = ? xahf M75 T1: 561C , T; = zo'c. Tts.a9.t) : 33'; T 1; _ 35‘ ~19
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2011 for the course ME 324 taught by Professor Nezihtopaloglu during the Spring '11 term at Yeditepe Üniversitesi.
 Spring '11
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 Heat Transfer

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