1 sc n n c 3 where sc is the schmidt number the

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Unformatted text preview: layer thickness, δ and the concentration boundary layer thickness, δc is the following; ! 1 = Sc n ; n = , !c 3 where Sc is the Schmidt number. The Schmidt number is given as Sc = 10, therefore the following relationship can be drawn; 1 ! = (10 ) 3 = 2.15443 ! ! = (2.15443) " !c , !c # ! > !c Problem 1 (b) D2 = 2 ! D1 and V1 = 2 ! V2 Re1 = ! V1 D1 µ "1 % ! $ V1 ' ( 2 D1 ) ! V2 D2 #2 & Re 2 = = = Re1 µ µ Pr1 = Pr2 Nu = h1 = h!D = fn ( Re, Pr ) ( Nu1 = Nu2...
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2014 for the course ME 315 taught by Professor Cane during the Fall '12 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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