3013-11 Lecture 12 - Introduction to Conduction

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CHE 3013 – Fall 11 1 of 1 Smay Lecture 12 Introduction to Conduction One-Dimensional Steady-State Conduction Assignments Hw-5 Assigned, Due Friday, September 23 Assigned Reading Chapters 2 and 3 (Sections 3.1 – 3.5), Incropera, et al. Handouts (on D2L unless stated otherwise) Heat Transfer by Conduction Outline 1. Fourier’s law 2. Thermal conductivity 3. Conservation of energy – Cartesian coordinates 4. Thermal diffusivity 5. Boundary conditions 6. One dimensional, steady-state conduction – Cartesian coordinates 7. Resistances in series and overall heat transfer coefficients 8. One dimensional, steady-state conduction – cylindrical coordinates 9. Logarithmic mean 10. Conduction with thermal energy generation Key Concepts 1. Rate of heat transfer and heat flux
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Temperature gradients 3. Temperature driving force and thermal resistance 4. Thermal resistances in series 5. Types of boundary conditions 6. Logarithmic mean in cylindrical coordinates 7. Thermal energy generation affects local temperature gradients and heat transfer Key Skills 1. Identify driving forces and resistances 2. Calculate of heat transfer in Cartesian and cylindrical coordinates 3. Calculate of temperature distributions in Cartesian and cylindrical coordinates 4. Calculate overall heat transfer coefficients 5. Qualatitatively evaluate of effects of boundary conditions on temperature distributions 6. Qualatitatively evaluate of effects of thermal energy generation on temperature distributions....
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