EML4147C HW8 - EML 4147C Conduction homework The conduction...

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Conduction homework The conduction laboratory is divided into two experiments, namely linear and radial conduction heat transfer. The linear conduction experiment involves the one-dimensional flow of heat through a modular, insulated test section instrumented with type K thermocouples. The radial conduction experiment is designed to provide radial heat transfer though a fixed geometry. Linear Conduction The experimental apparatus is shown schematically in Figure 1. The unit consists of an upper heating section, a middle sample section, and a lower cooling section. All three sections fit together coaxially inside plastic housings which provide insulation. The system is designed to provide steady state, one-dimensional heat transfer through the test section. The middle sample section is interchangeable, and may be fitted with brass, aluminum or stainless steel sample sections, as summarized in Table 1. Note that only the 25-mm brass sample is instrumented with thermocouples T 4
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course EML 4147C taught by Professor Abbitt during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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EML4147C HW8 - EML 4147C Conduction homework The conduction...

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