FORCED CONVECTION: DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
The problem of convection is to determine the convective heat transfer coefficient, h. If the
value of h is measured for a body of a given shape (for example, a cylinder) in a number of different
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Midterm Exam
CHE 210 Heat and Mass Transfer
Feb 13, 2012
Prof. Radisic
2 hr
Out of 20 pt
Name:_
Problem #1 (5pt): The steady state temperature distribution in a one-dimensional wall of
thermal conductivity 50 W/mK and thickness 50mm is observed to be T(oC
Quiz 3
CHE 210 Heat and Mass Transfer
Winter 2014
Prof. Radisic
A 2kW resistance heater wire whose thermal conductivity is k=15W/mK has a diameter
of D=4mm and a length of L=0.5m and is used to boil water. If the outer surface
temperature of the resistanc
Quiz 4
CHE 210 Heat and Mass Transfer
Winter 2014
Prof. Radisic
Name:
Student number:
Hot water at 100oC is transported through a smooth steel pipe 10 cm in diameter for heating
purposes at the flow rate of 2.83 *10-2 m3/hr. The inner surface of the pipe
Quiz 1
CHE 210 Heat and Mass Transfer
Jan 18, 2010
Prof. Radisic
Closed book and closed notes
1hr
Out of 5pt
The cross section of a storm window is shown in the sketch. How
much heat will be lost through a window measuring 1.83m by
3.66m on a cold day whe
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Problem 1
a) Can you cite 3 areas in which heat transfer plays a signicant role?
b) What are the three fundamental mechanisms of heat transfer?
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Midterm Exam
CHE 210 Heat and Mass Transfer
Feb 22, 2010
Prof. Radisic
1 Page (8.5 by 11) of notes allowed
2 hr
Out of 20 pt
Name:
Problem #1 161m: 100,0001b/hr of water (Cp=1 Btu/1b °F) are to pass through a heat
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A block of 1 kg of Copper at 20 C is dropped into liquid nitrogen whose
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Quiz 2
CHE 210 Heat and Mass Transfer
Winter 2014
Prof. Radisic
Determine the heat transfer rate per square meter of wall area for the case of a furnace
with inside air at 1340K. The furnace wall is composed of a 0.106m layer of fireclay
brick and 0.635 c
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
FINAL EXAMINATION, Apr 22, 2010
Time: 2PM
Duration 2.5 hr
Second Year Chemical Engineering
CHE21OH1 Heat and Mass Transfer
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CHE210 Heat and Mass Transfer Winter 2015
Final Examination
April 29th, 2015
Duration: 2.5 h
Out of 100 pts
NAME:
STUDENT NUMBER:
INSTRUCTIONS:
Exam Type A: a closed book examination, no