Chap 13 Heat Exchangers
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HEAT EXCHANGERS
Types of Heat Exchangers
131C Heat exchangers are classified according to the flow type as parallel flow, counter flow, and crossflow arrangement. In parallel flow, both the hot and col
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RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER
RADIATION
Definition:
Radiation is the energy transfer across a system boundary due to a T, by the mechanism of photon
emission or electromagnetic wave emission.
Because the mechanism of transmission is
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Convection Heat TransferRequirements
The heat transfer by convection requires a solidfluid interface, a temperature difference
between the solid surface and the surrounding fluid and a motion
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CLASS NOTES
Heat Energy and Heat Transfer
Heat is a form of energy in transition and it flows from one system to another, without
transfer of mass, whenever there
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CLASS NOTES
UNIT III
Condensation and Boiling
Heat energy is being converted into electrical energy with the help of water
as a working fluid. Water is first converted into s
Complex Networks
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The Plan
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Introduction to Graph Theory
Empirical Studies

Sociotechnological networks (Interne
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Network analysis software
and algorithms
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RIT smallworld network
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RIT smallworl
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Paths and circuits
Euler and Hamiltonian paths
Shortest paths
Connectedness and componen
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Empirical Studies, cont.


Networks of information
The world wide web
Citation net
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Wednesday, December 5, 2012
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Adjacency matrix
Incidence matrix
Degree
Subgraphs
Isomorphic graphs
Paths and circuits
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Signed graphs and structural balance
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Signed graphs and
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What is a network anyway?
Network is a collection of points joined together in pairs by lines.
Wedn
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The configuration model
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The configuration model
The smallwo
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Random graphs
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Random graphs
Preferentialattachment model
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Social networks
Smallworld experiment
Kevin Bacon game
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Practice Problems on Packed Tower Analysis
20.8.16
1. An absorption tower of a certain height was operated over 10 years to separate a toxic solute from
a gas. During plant maintenance, the packing in this tower was replaced with another packing to the
sa
CH3030 Applications of Mass Transfer TEST 2
a. +2 for correct answer, 1 for wrong objective answer b. Closed book and notes c. 40 minutes
Identify ONE correct answer in each of the following questions
Questions 15 based on following Problem Statement
A
CH3030 Applications of Mass Transfer
TEST 1
5th August, 2016
a. +2 for correct answer, 1 for wrong answer b. Closed book and notes c. 40 minutes
Identify ONE correct answer in each of the following questions
1. The mole ratio of a component will exactly
Analysis of Packed Tower
A packed tower of 0.5 m2 cross sectional area is used to absorb a toxic solute from a gas
stream using a suitable pure liquid solvent. The inlet gas flow rate is 0.30 m 3/s at 300C and 1
atm. pressure. The inlet pure liquid flow r
Analysis of Packed Tower
A packed tower is used to absorb a toxic solute from a gas stream using a suitable pure
liquid solvent. The inlet gas flow rate is 0.30 m 3/s at 300C and 1 atm. pressure. The inlet
pure liquid flow rate is 1.5 mol/s. The mole frac
CH3030 MASS TRANSFER 2
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OPEN BOOK AND OPEN CLASS NOTES EXAM; ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS
Marks: 30
Time: 50 minutes
The Twin Towers
1.
In an industrial township, residents complained of dizziness and investigations revealed the leak of a
toxic gas from a p
CH3030 TEST 3
a. +2 for correct answer, 1 for wrong choice, b. Closed book and notes c. 30 minutes
Identify ONE correct answer in each of the following questions/ Fill in the blanks
1.
A packed tower
A. is a differential contactor
B. characterized approx
UNIT I
NUMERICAL ANAL
YSISI
ANALYSISI
In this unit, we shall discuss finite differences, forward, backward and central
differences. Newtons forward and backward differences interpolation formula,
Stirlings formula, Lagranges interpolation formula.
The u
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi
Odd semester (201516)
Numerical techniques
ASSIGNMENT 3.
Date of submission Latest by 14/11/2015
Max. marks:25
1(a).Derive the following formula
3
h3 f ( x0 ) = 3 f ( x0 )
Tutorial 1
Q1. Classify heat exchangers according to flow type and explain the characteristics of each type.
Q2. How does a crossflow heat exchanger differ from a counterflow one? What is the difference
between mixed and unmixed fluids in crossflow?
Q3
Tutorial 2
1. A doublepipe heat exchanger is constructed of a copper (k _ 380 W/m C)
inner tube of internal diameter Di _ 1.2 cm and external diameter Do _ 1.6
cm and an outer tube of diameter 3.0 cm. The convection heat transfer
coefficient is reported
Chemical Reaction Engineering II
Tutorial Sheet III
Prob 1 Show that, for a first order irreversible reaction under isothermal condition on a spherical catalyst, the
effectiveness factor is given by
= (1/ ) [1/ tan h3 1/ 3]
Prob. 2 Develop an equation fo