By John H. Lienhard IV and John H. Lienhard V

ISBN-10: 0971383537

ISBN-13: 9780971383531

This textbook is an advent to warmth and mass move orientated towards engineering scholars. the themes coated comprise warmth conduction, compelled and normal convection, thermal radiation, boiling, condensation, warmth exchangers, and mass move. The ebook contains labored examples and end-of-chapter workouts. This revised printing of the 3rd variation contains a number of updates and corrections.

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If the air around the thermocouple is at 20◦ C, the walls are at 100◦ C, and the heat transfer coefficient between the thermocouple and the air is 15 W/m2 K, what temperature will the thermocouple read? Solution. The heat convected away from the thermocouple by the air must exactly balance that radiated to it by the hot walls if the system is in steady state. 16 another. 6704 × 10−8 (100 + 273)4 − (Ttc + 273)4 W/m2 since T for radiation must be in kelvin. Trial-and-error solution of this equation yields Ttc = 51◦ C.

23 What are Ti , Tj , and Tr in the wall shown in Fig. 22? 24 An aluminum can of beer or soda pop is removed from the refrigerator and set on the table. 5 W/m2 K, estimate Problems 43 when the beverage will be at 15◦ C. Ignore thermal radiation. State all of your other assumptions. 25 One large, black wall at 27◦ C faces another whose surface is 127◦ C. The gap between the two walls is evacuated. 5 W/m·K, what is its temperature on the back side? 26 A 1 cm diameter, 1% carbon steel sphere, initially at 200◦ C, is cooled by natural convection, with air at 20◦ C.

What are the rates of change of entropy of (a) the higher temperature reservoir, (b) the lower temperature reservoir, (c) the slab, and (d) the whole universe as a result of this process? (e) Does your answer satisfy the Second Law of Thermodynamics? 6 are suddenly replaced with adiabatic walls, determine the final equilibrium temperature of the slab. (b) what is the entropy change for the slab for this process? (c) Does your answer satisfy the Second Law of Thermodynamics in this instance? Explain.

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