MAAE2400.lab1.pdf - MAAE 2400 Lab 1 Heat Transfer Date Performed Date Submitted Group MAAE 2400 L3 Time Friday 2:35 pm Data Set#1 Purpose To graph and

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MAAE 2400 Lab 1 - Heat Transfer Date Performed: September 23, 2020 Date Submitted: September 27, 2020 Group: MAAE 2400 L3 Time: Friday 2:35 pm Data Set #1
Purpose To graph and understand the conduction of heat transfer within the brass and stainless steel discs. Front Matter Conduction is heat transfer through direct molecular collision. An area of greater kinetic energy will transfer thermal energy to an area with lower kinetic energy which results in a total higher kinetic energy within both systems if the heat source is constant. The faster-moving particles will collide with slower-moving particles, therefore, increasing the kinetic energy within the colder material. Fourier’s Law: Figure 1: Fourier’s Law 𝑄̇: rate of heat transfer (W) k: thermal conductivity (W/m·K) A: area (m2) Table 1: The thermal conductivity within each metal Metal K (W/m-k) Brass 110-128 Stainless steel 25 Aluminum 180 Copper 380
Apparatus The system consists of three sections each containing a certain solid. There is a heater on one end and a cooler within the other. There are eight thermometers throughout to collect the heat difference throughout the system Figure 2: An apparatus of a heat transfer system. Procedure 1)Conductivity paste was applied on both sides of a brass disc and inserted within the heat transfer system.

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