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Chapter 5 HW Part II
A. Read the following sections of Chapter 5 in the sixth and seventh editions of your
textbook:
5.4 Spatial Effects
5.5 The Plane Wall with Convection
5.6 Radial System with Convection
5.7 The SemiInfinite Solid
B.
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Solutions
Chapter 5 HW SemiInfinite Solid
A. Read Section 5.7 SemiInfinite Solids in the sixth and seventh editions of your textbook.
Review the two example problems presented in class and are able to solve similar
problems on Quiz 3.
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1. Heat is owing through a plane wall as shown in the schemati
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1. Find kg.
The composite wall of an oven consists of three materials,
two of which are of known thermal conductivity, kA = 20
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Total 100 1. The following equation is the heat conduction equation in Cartesian Coordinates.
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axi axl+6yi ayl+az[ as) :61
A. Which term is there to acc
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Problem 1
(C) What are its uni
MZ/S Problem 2.
The steadystate temperature disuibutien in a semi
transpazent material of theme conductivity I: and
thickness L exposed in laser irradiation is of the form
x) 2 ame
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Qliz2 is closed book and closed notes. Only scientific calculators are allowed, but
nothing else including mp3 players, ceII phonesr laptops, etc.
Write legibly a
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Closed Book Quiz
Clearly write the equations that you use to solve the problems and dene terms if needed.
Problem 1
A plane wall of a lmace is fabricated from plain carbon steel (k = 60 W/mK, p =
7850 kg/m3, C = 430 J
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Define the following
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Heat Transfer
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Blackbody 
Transfer of thermal energy due to a temperature difference
An ideal surface having the following properties:
. Absorbs all inci
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Multiple Choice Ouestions. Write answer in underlined space. (2 points each)
(A)_C_Which
of the following is (are) not an example(s) of Molecular Difftrsion or
Molecular Mass Transfer?
(a) Dyeing of apolymer film using a aqueous solution of water
Volumetric Flow Rate
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Transport Phenomena
In engineering, physics and chemistry, the study
of transport phenomena concerns the exchange
of mass, energy, and momentum.
Heat Transfer:
Physical Origins
and
Rate Equations
Chapter One
Sections 1.1 and 1.2
Heat Transfer and Thermal
Sections 1.3 1.7
Sections 1.3 1.7
Section 1.3 Relationship to Thermodynamics
Read pages 12 17, but skip Example 1.3.
Understand solutions for Examples1.41.7.
Skip rest of 1.3.
Section 1.4 Units and Dimensions
This section contains basic information with
Psychrometrics
Are you familiar with these terms?
Relative Humidity
Humidity ratio or absolute humidity
Dry bulb temperature
Dewpoint temperature
Adiabatic saturation temperature
Wet bulb temperature
Psychrometrics
What is Atmospheric Air?
A mixtu
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Clearly write the equations that you use to solve the problems and dene terms if needed.
1. For each of the three modes of heat transfer, give the mechanisrn(s) responsible for heat
transfer and write the
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Assignment related to Chapter 5
Reading
Read Sections 5.15.6 of Chapter 5 of Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer by Incropera and
De Witt.
PROBLEM SET I Chapter 5
Lumped Capacitance
A. Problem I. As discussed in class, solve problem
Sections 1.3 1.7
Sections 1.3 1.7
Section 1.3 Relationship to Thermodynamics
Read pages 12 17, but skip Example 1.3.
Understand solution for Examples1.41.7.
Skip rest of 1.3.
Section 1.4 Units and Dimensions
This section contains basic information with
51953 2
PéEI
Show that T(x, t) given in equation 5.62 satises the Heat Diffusion Equation and
the initial and boundary conditions for Case 2.
Case 2 Constant Surface Heat Flux: q: r q;
7 132 '_ ,2 ". A  
410W) 1 q» < .x ) i
[in _ T. : _ _, e If
Chapter 7. External Flow
Heat transfer
Nux f ( x*, Re x , Pr)
Nu f (ReL , Pr)
(6.49)
(6.50)
Mass transfer
Shx f ( x*, Re x , Sc )
Sh f (ReL , Sc )
(6.53)
(6.54)
( ) indicates value was averaged from x=0 to location of interest.
Approaches:
1. Theoretical
CRAP. 3] LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 81
3.13. Solve y+9y = 0 or (DZHm; = 0.
' The auxiliary equation is m2+9 = 0 and m = 131'. Then the general solution is
y = 44.63: + Bra3" = A(cos 3:6 + 1' sin 39:) + B(cos 3m i sin Se) which can be written y 2
cl cos
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Chapter 2 Assignment
Reading
Read Chapter 2 and Sections 2.12.5 of Chapter 2 of Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer by
Bergman et al.
Section 2.5: Besure that you can answer the questions listed in this section.
PROBLEM SET
The prob
Heat Transfer:
Physical Origins
and
Rate Equations
Chapter One
Sections 1.1 and 1.2
Heat Transfer and Thermal Energy
What is heat transfer?
Heat transfer (or heat) is thermal energy in transit due to a temperature
difference.
What is thermal energy?
The
Math Skills Homework 1
This homework set covers basic math that will b6 required for PTFE 3210.
1. Evaluate (Show steps if needed) following:
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. = «= C. r  3,
a. [3111): (1): x4» W [Mugp W]; ?
{ft/Judi m Iii/M
b, Jsosxdx2 SMX' *5
c. Isin
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PROBLEM SET RULES
1. The problem set number is to be written on the top of the first page.
2. Use loose leaf 8.5" x 11" paper only (DO NOT TEAR PAPER OUT OF A SPIRAL
BOUND NOTEBOOK). Work problems on one side of page only.
3. Clearly number
MSE 3210  FUNDAMENTALS OF TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
PTFE 3210  FUNDAMENTALS OF TRANSPORT IN POLYMER & FIBER
PROCESSES AND STRUCTURES
FALL SEMESTER 2012
Instructor:
W. W. "Chuck" Carr
Room: 4405 MRDC
Telephone: 4048942538
Email: [email protected]
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Math Concepts for MSE 3210 and PTFE 3210
Please review the math concepts on the next three pages. This material was taken from
M.R. Spiegel: Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists, Schaum's Outline,
McGrawHill Publishing Company, 1971, ISBN 0
Equations that will be available, if needed, on Quiz 3
g m at z 1; m T
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r[1n a]; m z
Elm2 = t
1113: x Hi 2) 19 m exp[ = exp[ BiFo]
6. r 1'
where 1': pm:
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Q : chBi£1mexp[vw MD
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MATTook 075215 T4 Tj
6 3T 8 6T 3 8T 81 Equation 2
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Psychrometrics
PROBLEM SET
Using the psychrometerics chart, solve the following problems:
12.30. Atmospheric air at 80F and a total pressure of 14.7 psia has a relative
humidity of 50%. What are the partial pressures of the constituents