ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework # 2
Problems for grading (Due 9/23/15 before class)
Problem 1 (5 points):
Consider a medium in which the heat conduction equation is given in its simplest form
ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework #5
Problems for grading:
1.
Solution
The average flow velocity in a pipe is given. The pressure drop, the head loss, and the pumping
power are to be determined
ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework #4
1.
Biot number represents the ratio of conduction resistance within the body to convection
resistance at the surface of the body. The Biot number is more li
ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework # 11
Problems for review (Not required to turn in; for review purpose only)
1.
What does the view factor represent? When is the view factor from a surface to i
ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework # 8
Problems for review (Not required to turn in; for review purpose only)
1.
What is flow separation? What causes it? What is the effect of flow separation on
ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework # 10
Problems for grading (Due 12/9/15 before class)
Problem 1 (10 points):
It is desired that the radiation energy emitted by a light source reach a maximum i
ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework # 4
Problems for review (Not required to turn in; for review purpose only)
1.
What is the physical significance of the Biot number? Is the Biot number more lik
ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework # 5
Problems for grading (Due 10/28/15 before class)
Problem 1 (5 points):
Water at 10oC ( = 999.7 kg/m3 and =1.307x10-3 kg/m-s) is flowing steadily in a
0.12c
ME375 Thermal Fluid Sciences II
Homework # 3
(Due 9/30/15 before class)
Problem 1 (10 points):
To defog the rear window of an automobile, a very thin transparent heating element is
attached to the inn