SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL-5 ON RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER
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Heat loss by radiation = 704 W/m2.
Rate of heat transfer by radiation = 841.2 W/m2
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Net radiation rate per metre length of pipe = 205 W/m
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W/m
Total heat loss by convection and radiation
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RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER
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PROCESS HEAT
TRANSFER
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CORRELATIONS FOR HEAT TRANSFER BY
NATURAL OR FORCED CONVECTION
IN LAMINAR OR TURBULENT FLOW
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HEAT TRANSFER BY NATURAL CON
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HEAT TRANSFER WITH PHASE CHANGE
DROPWISE AND FILM-TYPE CONDENSATION
NUSSELT S CORRELATION
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Dropwise and film-type condens
SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL-4 ON CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER
1. Thermic fluid flowing at a rate of 5000 kg/h is to be cooled from 423K to 363K by
circulating water at a rate of 15,000 kg/h. If the water is available at 303K, find the outlet
temperature of water.
D
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Majority of applications of heat transfer in
Chemical Process Industries involve heat transfer
from a
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SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL-2 ON HEAT TRANSFER BY CONDUCTION
(ACROSS COMPOSITE LAYERS OF SLABS, CYLINDERS OR SPHERES)
A. Heat conduction across composite layers of walls/slabs
1. A furnace is constructed with 230 mm thick of fire brick, 115 mm of insulating bri
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TRANSFER
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MULTI PASS
HEAT EXCHANGER
(SHELL AND TUBE HX)
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SIMPLE SHELL AND TUBE
HEAT EXCHANGER
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SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL-8 MORE PROBLEMS ON EVAPORATORS
1. What is the boiling point elevation (BPE) or (BPR) of the solution and the driving force for
heat transfer?
Data:
Solution boils at a temperature of 380K and boiling point of water at a pressure in
t
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TRANSFER
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TRANSFER
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TUTORIAL 3 ON
CONVECTIVE HEAT
TRANSFER
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1. A U-tube heat exchanger is required to cool 20 kg/s of
water from 360K to 340K
SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL-1 ON HEAT TRANSFER BY CONDUCTION
(ACROSS FLAT SLAB, HOLLOW CYLINDER OR HOLLOW SPHERE)
A. Heat conduction across a flat wall/slab/plate
1. Calculate the rate of heat loss Q through a wall of red brick [k = 0.7 W/(m.K)], 5 m in length,
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TRANSFER
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NTU-EFFECTIVENESS
OF HEAT EXCHANGERS
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For any Heat Exchanger:
Number of Transfer Units NTU = UA
Cmin
Heat capacity rate r
SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL-6 ON CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER
1. Calculate the heat transfer area of 1-2 heat exchanger from the following data:
Data:
Inlet and outlet temperatures of hot fluid are 423K and 353K, respectively.
Inlet and outlet temperatures of cold
SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL-7 ON
NTU-EFFECTIVENESS OF HEAT EXCHANGERS
1. A cross-flow heat exchanger is being used to heat pressurised water by means of hot exhaust
gases. Water flows at the rate of 2.0 kg/s and is to be heated from 28C to 130C. Hot fluid
enter
SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL-3 ON CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER
1. A U-tube heat exchanger is required to cool 20 kg/s of water from 360K to 340K by means of
25 kg/s of water entering at 300K. If the overall heat transfer coefficient is constant at 2000
W/(m2.K), cal
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Donald R Coughnowr, Process Systems analysis and control, 2nd
Edition, Mc Graw Hill, 1991.
G. Stephanopoulos, Chemical Process Control: An Introduction
to Theory and Practice Prentice Hall, New Delhi 1984.
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