MECH2670: HEAT TRANSFER
EXAMPLES SHEET 2
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SECTION 2: PRINCIPLES
1)
Consider steady-state, one-dimensional heat conduction through the
axisymmetric shape shown
T2
T1
T1 > T2
x
L
0
Assuming constant properties and no internal heat generation sketc
Example 1:
For a certain incompressible, 2D flow field in Cartesian coordinates, the
velocity in the y direction is given by
V = x2 + 2xy
Determine the velocity component in the x direction so that the
continuity equation is satisfied.
(ANS: u = x2 +f(y)
This question paper consists of 9 Batteryvoperated, nonprogrammable
printed pages each ofwhich is calculators permitted
identied by the Code Number Formula Sheets are included on pages 6-7,
MECH 267001 A Moody diagram is included on page 8,
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This question paper consists of 10
printed pages each of which is
identied by the Code Number
MECH 267001
b)
Batteryoperated, non-programmable
calculators permitted.
Formula Sheets are included on pages 7-8.
A Moody diagram is included on page 9.
Drag coe
MECH 2670
THERMOFLUIDS 2
MECH 2670
SEMESTER 2 ASSIGNMENT
FLOW, HEAT TRANSFER AND COMBUSTION
1. AIMS
To further develop your understanding of flow, heat transfer, combustion and their
interactions, in support of the Semester 2 content of the module.
2. STR
Mech 2670: Thermofluids
2
Fluid Mechanics
Unit F1: Fundamental Concepts
Unit F2: Description of Fluid Motion
Unit F3: Internal Incompressible Flow
Unit F4: Fluid Flow Around Immersed
Bodies External Flows
Professor Martin Priest
Room 441c
e-mail : M.Pries
Unit F1: Fundamental Concepts
1.1
Fluids as a Continuum
All fluids by nature are chemical entities composed of a huge number of molecules.
Even when no chemistry takes place, the very shape, length, flexibility, short and longrange interactions of the mol
Experiment No.1
FLOW THROUGH PIPES
Background and Theory
Pipe flow under pressure is used for a lot of purposes. A fundamental
understanding of fluid flow is essential to almost every industry related with
chemical engineering. In the chemical and manufac
ME 310: Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Cylinder in Cross Flow Investigation
ME 310: Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Cylinder in Cross Flow Investigation
I. Objective
A fundamental fluid mechanics problem of importance in many practical applications is that of a
ci
Mech 2670: Thermofluids
2
Fluid Mechanics
Unit F1: Fundamental Concepts
Continuum
Professor Martin Priest
Room 441c
e-mail : M.Priest@leeds.ac.uk
Fluid
Viscosity
Unit F1
Fundamental Concepts
1.1
Fluids as a Continuum
1.2
Definition of a Fluid
1.3
Shear St
MECH 2670
THERMOFLUIDS 2
LABORATORY 1
REAL INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FLOW
1. AIMS
To gain an appreciation of the influence of viscosity on real fluid flow in support of the Semester 1
content of the module.
2. STRUCTURE
Students will work in small groups and
Revision of First Year
(1) What is a Fluid?
(2) Static Fluid Properties
(3) Fluid Statics
(4) Basics of Fluid Flow
(5) Conservation of Mass
(6) Conservation of Energy
(7) Conservation of Momentum
(1)
What is a Fluid ?
A fluid is a substance that can flow,