THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03)
Fall 2012
HOMEWORK #8
Due: Thursday 15, 2012
Steam boilers sometimes use a continuous blowdown of water to control the
amount of impurities in the water. This high-temperature water is capable
of heatin

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03)
Fall 2016
HOMEWORK #1: Due: Thursday 15, 2016
Problem *8.155 (In Excel)
Given: Data on pipe system and applied pressure
Find: Flow rates in each branch
Solution
Governing equations:
2
2
p
V1
V2
p2
1
+

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03)
TUTORIAL 1
A swimming pool has a partialow liltration system. Water at 750F is pumped lroin
the pool through the system shown. The pump delivers 30 gpm. The pipe is nominal
3/4 in. PVC (id = 0.824 in.).

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03) - Fall 2016
HOMEWORK #4 : Due: Thursday October 06, 2016
QUESTION 1
Effectiveness-NTU Method
QUESTION
2
PROBLEM 11.22
KNOWN: Inlet and outlet temperatures for a shell-and-tube heat exchanger with 10 tubes

McMaster University
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
ME 4V03 THERMO-FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
Fall 2012
OBJECTIVES/RATIONALE: The objective of the course is to integrate material learnt in prior
themo-fluid courses, and to provide students with an

Heat Transfer Notes
Heat Exchangers:
A heat exchanger is used to exchange heat between two fluids of different
temperatures, which are separated by a solid wall.
Heat exchangers are ubiquitous to energy

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03)
Fall 2012
HOMEWORK #9
Due: Thursday November 22, 2012
7.2. Two heat exchangers in a circulating water loop. as shown in Fig. 74.
transfer heat from a uid condensing at 800C to a uid boiling at 20°C. The

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03)
Fall 2012
HOMEWORK #6
Due: Thursday October 25, 2012
9.32 An air~standard dual cycle has a compression ratio of
L). At the beginning of compression. p. = 100 kPa and
T. = 300 K. The heat addition per un

Problem 10.12
Given: Data on a centrifugal pump
Find: Estimate exit angle of impeller blades
Solution
The given or available data is
= 999
kg
3
Q = 50
m
= 1750 rpm
L
s
b2 = 10 mm
Win = 45 kW
= 75 %
D = 300 mm
The governing equation (derived directly fr

Problem *8.155 (In Excel)
Given: Data on pipe system and applied pressure
Find: Flow rates in each branch
Solution
Governing equations:
2
2
p
V1
V2
1
p2
+ 1 2 + gz1 + 2 2 + gz2 = hl
(8.29)
2
L V
hlT = f
D 2
f =
1
f
0.5
(8.34)
64
(Laminar)
Re
e
D

6.14. Air at 28C with a ow rate of4 kg/s ows through a cooling coil counterow
rilll'Olll
C. of valve
10
to cold water that enters at 6C, as shown in Fig. 6-23. Air has a specific
heat, 6, = 1.0 kJ/(kg - K). No dehumidification of the air occurs as i

Introduction to heat
exchangers
Heat Exchangers
1
Heat Exchangers
A heat exchanger is used to exchange heat between two fluids of
different temperatures, which are separated by a solid wall.
Heat exchangers are ubiquitous to energy conversion and utiliz

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03) - Fall 2016
HOMEWORK #6 : Due: Thursday November 03, 2016
http:/www.chegg.com/homework-help/questions-and-answers/air-enters-compressor-gas-turbine-100-kpa-300k-air-compressed-two-stages-900-kpa-intercoo-

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03) - Fall 2016
HOMEWORK #7 : Due: Thursday November 10, 2016
Question 4
Steam enters the turbine of a vapor power plant at 100 bar, 520C and expands adiabatically, exiting
at 0.08 bar with a quality of 90%.

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03)
TUTORIAL 6
1. Water enters the steam generator of a vapor power plant at a pressure of 80 bar with a
specific enthalpy of 185.39 kJ/kg. It leaves at 80 bar and 480C. Hot combustion gases,
which are assume

THERMO FLUIDS SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (ME4V03)
Fall 2016
HOMEWORK #2 : Due: Thursday 22 September, 2016
300mm
Problem 10.12
Given: Data on a centrifugal pump
Find: Estimate exit angle of impeller blades
Solution
The given or available data is
= 999
k