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MODULE 6
CONVECTION
6.1 Objectives of convection analysis:
Main purpose of convective heat transfer analysis is to determine:
- flow field
- temperature field in fluid
- heat transfer coefficient, h
How do we determine h ?
Consider the process of convecti
3. ONE DIMENSIONAL FLOW IN TURBOMACHINES
3.1
Draw the velocity triangles and sketch the shape of the blades
for the following cases. Find the relative velocity ratio W2/W1 in
each case and compare the value of stage loading coefficient.
a) Impulse axial f
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INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL PRINCIPLES
OUTCOME 1 INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEMS
TUTORIAL 3 INSTRUMENT SYSTEM MODELS AND
CALIBRATION
1 Instrumentation systems
System terminology: accuracy; error; repeatability; precision; linearity;
reproducibility;
Problem 1:
A long, circular aluminium rod attached at one end to the heated wall and
transfers heat through convection to a cold fluid.
(a) If the diameter of the rod is triples, by how much would the rate of heat
removal change?
(b) If a copper rod of th
1.6
DOOLITTLES LU DECOMPOSITION
We shall now consider the LU decomposition of a general matrix. The
method we describe is due to Doolittle.
Let A = (a ij ). We seek as in the case of a tridiagonal matrix, an LU decomposition
in which the diagonal entries
1.7
DOOLITTLES METHOD WITH ROW INTERCHANGES
We have seen that Doolittle factorization of a matrix A may fail the moment
at stage i we encounter a uii which is zero. This occurrence corresponds to the
occurrence of zero pivot at the ith stage of simple Gau
AHMED NABIL AZIZ ALY
SEC. 2
B.N. 9
Some useful equations in
fluid mechanics and thermodynamics
T0 / T = 1 +
M2
P0 / P = (1 +
M2) /(1)
T02 / T01 = (P02 / P01) (k1)/k
;
tt = P02 / P01 =
; total to total pressure ratio
For multistage:
If st = const.
tt = stZ
Resolving Conflict
What is conflict?
Every organization deals with conflict, which can range from mild disagreements to
outright hostility and group disharmony. Still, not all conflict is bad. Some conflict is
healthy for an organization and functions as
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HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
Module 1: Introduction (2)
Units, definitions, Basic modes of Heat transfer, Thermal conductivity for various
types of materials, convection heat transfer co-efficient, Stefan Boltzman's law of
Thermal radiation.
Module 2: One Dimen
LINEAR SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
AND
MATRIX COMPUTATIONS
1. DIRECT METHODS FOR SOLVING LINEAR SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
1.1
SIMPLE GAUSSIAN ELIMINATION METHOD
Consider a system of n equations in n unknowns,
a11x1 + a12x2 + . + a1nxn = y1
a21x1 + a22x2 + . + a2nxn =
1.3
DETERMINANT EVALUATION
We observe that even in the partial pivoting method we get matrices
M(k), M(k-1), . ,M(1) such that
M(k) M(k-1) . M(1) A is upper triangular
and
therefore
det M(k) det M(k-1) . det M(1) det A = Product of the diagonal entries in
CONTENTS
UNIT1
DIRECT METHODS FOR SOLVING LINEAR SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
1.1
Simple Gaussian Elimination Method
1.2
Gauss Elimination Method With Partial Pivoting
1.3
Determinant Evaluation
1.4
Gauss Jordan method
1.5
LU Decomposition
1.6
Doolittles LU Decom
University of Idaho
TURBOMACHINERY
ME 417 / 517
Spring 2007
PROFESSOR:
Fred S. Gunnerson, Ph.D.
University of Idaho - Idaho Falls
1776 Science Center Drive
Idaho Falls, ID 83402-1575
Phone: (208) 282-7962, FAX (208) 282-7950
E-mail: gunner@if.uidaho.edu
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1.2
GAUSS ELIMINATION METHOD WITH PARTIAL PIVOTING
In the Gaussian Elimination method discussed in the previous section, at the r th
stage we reduced all the entries in the rth column, below the r th principal diagonal
entry as zero. In the partial pivoti
PROBLEMS
1- FLUID MECHANICS AND THERMODYNAMICS
1.1 Static temperature and pressure of an adiabatic air flow in a
duct as registered at two points A and B were 400K, 1 bar and
500K, 2 bar respectively. Determine the direction of flow.
1.2 a) Starting from
4- TWO DIMENSIONAL FLOW
4.1
a) Find the axial and tangential forces acting on a turbine
cascade of blades and then find the values of lift and drag
coefficients CL and CD.
b) A cascade of aerofoils has a pitch of 7.5 cm and a chord of
10 cm. The inlet vel