ME 114 Fall 2003 Exam 2 Open Book. One page of notes allowed (one side of 8 1/2"x11" sheet) Name _
Time allowed: 52 minutes Make sure that you work on each section of each problem, even if you're running short on time.
1. (5) For laminar flow over a const
ME 114 Homework Assignment 5
Due October 9
Please complete this assignment before your Lab 4 session! 1) Develop the following steady-state finite difference equations. You may assume constant thermophysical properties and no internal heat generation. The
Exam 2 review The exam will include several short questions focusing on theory and several longer calculation problems. You should plan on at least one problem each from Chapters 7 and 8. Chapters to be covered include 6, 7, 8, and a little bit of 9 - onl
Flat Plate Flow
Ref: Incropera & DeWitt, Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, 3rd ed.
Nusselt Number Correlations
Remember from Ch. 6 that Nu = f ( Re, Pr ) In general, Nu L = C Re m Pr n (1) L C, m, and n vary with geometry & flow type. They are usual
Conduction Heat Transfer Overview
Energy transfer from more to less energetic particles due to particle interactions diffusion of energy due to molecular activity
Examples Usually involves solids Rate = f( What is the driving potential?
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Fourier's Law of
ME 114 Exam 1 Fall 2003
Name _ You may use the following items only: Calculator Your heat transfer textbook 1/2 page of notes, one side only (8 1/2"x11" page) You may not use your homework solutions or your notes. Make sure that you work on all of the pro
Introduction to Convection
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Flow around a cylinder
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Merger of Pipe Flows
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Instability of a Jet
From "An Album of Fluid Motion" Van Dyke
Categories of Convection
In conve
ME 114 Final Exam Fall 2002 Open book, open notes 150 points total Name _ You must complete all of problems 1-8. You must do four of problems 9-13. Circle the problem number that you choose to skip. 9 10 11 12 13
If you work on all five of these problems,