
Homework #1 (Due January 21, 2014)Homework aids thought conduction Problems for Class: 15.7, 15.24 Problems for Submission: 15.3, 15.17, 15.18, 15.29 Assignment Learning Objectives: Reading Assignments: Back to TopHomework #2 (Due January 27, 2014)A Composite of Heat Transfer Problems
Problems for Class:
1.
16.6, 17.14
Problem for Submission:
2.
16.1, 16.2,
17.16, 17.20
·
Simplify the general differential energy balance for different
geometries, boundary conditions, and specifications (16.6, 16.1, 16.2)
·
Determine heat transfer rates and temperature profiles for
composite materials at steady state with and without internal heat generation
(17.14, 17.16, 17.20)
Tuesday (1/14): Chapter
17: Extended Surfaces
Wednesday (1/15): Chapter 17: 2 and 3D heat transfer
Monday (1/20): HW2 Due,
HW3 Assigned
Tuesday (1/21): Chapter
17 (pp. 247256)
Homework #3 (Due February 3, 2014)Extending Your Dimensions Problems for Submission: 17.15, 17.29, 17.33, 17.35, 17.43 (6th ed. #'s) Assignment Learning Objectives: Reading Assignments:
Back to TopHomework #4 (Due February 10, 2014)Is unsteadystate like time travel? Problems for Submission: P1. Consider heat conduction through the walls of a pipe when the inside wall temperature is 200^{o}C and the outside wall temperature is 80^{o}C and the thickness of the wall is 0.05 m. The inside radius (r_{0}) is 0.05m and the outside radius is 0.1m. The differential equation that describes the temperature distribution is
Apply a finite difference representation of the derivatives of T with respect to r to obtain a set of linear equations which can be solved for the temperature as a function of radial position in the pipe wall. 18.1; 18.7a,f; 18.18; 18.30; 18.33 For 18.7, compare solutions for both 1D and 2D conduction Assignment Learning Objectives:
Back to TopHomework #5 (Due February 18, 2014)Feel the heat Problems for Submission: 19.3, 19.27 Assignment Learning Objectives:
Reading Assignments: Back to TopHomework #6 (Due February 25, 2014)Every time you shop for appliances remember this assignment Problems for Submission: 20.1; 20.8; 20.17; 20.19; 20.30; 20.38 Assignment Learning Objectives: Reading Assignments: Back to TopHomework #7 (Due March 4, 2014)Big Bubbles, No Troubles Problems for Submission: 21.3; 21.11; 21.12; 21.13; 21.14
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (2/25):
Chapter 21 wrapup (HW6 Due, HW7 Assigned)
Wednesday (2/26): Chapter 22, Heat
Exchangers, pp. 365372
Monday (3/3):
More Heat Changers, pp. 372385
Tuesday (3/4):
HW 7 Due, HW 8 Assigned Back to TopHomework #8 (Due March 11, 2014)Finally We Come To A Point Problems for Submission: 22.5; 22.8; 22.11, 22.16; 22.26 Assignment Learning Objectives:  Design heat exchangers to meet performance expectations based on LMTD and NTU methods  
Analyze existing heat exchanger performance accounting for fouling 
Reading Assignments:
Wednesday (3/5): Chapter
23, Radiation Heat Transfer (pp. 390412)
Monday (3/10):
ReRadiation, pp. 412426
Tuesday (3/11):
HW 8 Due, HW 9 Assigned
Wednesday (3/12):
Exam 2
Monday (3/17):
Spring Break
Zap
Problems for Submission:
23.4; 23.10; 23.27, 23.30
Assignment Learning Objectives:
Reading Assignments:
Monday (3/10):
Tuesday (3/11):
Chapter 23, Radiation Heat Transfer (pp. 390412) (HW 8 Due, HW 9
Assigned)
Wednesday (3/12): ReRadiation, pp.
412426
Monday (3/17):
Spring Break
Tuesday (3/18):
Spring Break
Wednesday (3/19): Spring Break
Monday (3/24):
Chapter 24, HW9 Due HW10 Assigned
Tuesday (3/25):
Chapter 25
Its too late to transfer anything but mass
Problems for Submission:
24.2, 24.8, 24.9, 24.17, 24.23
Assignment Learning Objectives:
Reading Assignments:
Monday (3/24):
Chapter 24, HW9 Due HW10 Assigned
Tuesday (3/25):
Chapter 25
Wednesday (3/26): Chapter 25
Monday (3/31):
Exam 2
Tuesday (4/01):
Chapter 26, HW10 Due HW11 Assigned
Anything but ordinary (DEs)
Problems for Submission:
25.5, 25.8
26.2, 26.14, 26.27
Assignment Learning Objectives:
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (4/01): Chapter 26, HW10 Due HW11 Assigned
Wednesday
(4/02): Chapter 27
Monday (4/07): Chapter 27
Tuesday (4/08): NO CLASS
MEETING
Wednesday (4/09): NO CLASS MEETING
Unsteady Does Not Mean Unstable
Problems for Submission:
27.6, 27.8, 27.16, 27.21
Assignment Learning Objectives:
Reading Assignments:
Monday (4/14): Chapter 28
Tuesday (4/15): Chapter 28
Get a movin’ with mass transfer
Problems for Submission:
28.9, 28.12, 28.18
29.9, 29.13, 29.20
Assignment Learning Objectives:
Estimate the mass transfer coefficient for simple systems  
Apply the ChiltonColburn analogy between heat and mass transfer  
 Determine the local and overall mass transfer coefficients for twophase systems 
Reading Assignments:
Tuesday (4/15): Chapter 28 (HW 12 Due, HW13 Assigned)
Wednesday
(4/16): Chapter 29
Monday (4/21): Chapter 29 (HW13 Due, HW14 Assigned)
Almost... there... almost...
Problems for Submission:
30.2, 30.23, 30.27, 30.28
31.6, 31.16
Assignment Learning Objectives:
Reading Assignments:
Monday (4/21): Chapter 29 (HW13 Due, HW14 Assigned)
Tuesday
(4/22): Chapter 30
Wednesday (4/23): Exam 3
Friday (4/25): HW 14 Due (may
be submitted 4/28 with no penalty)
Monday (4/28): Chapter 30
Tuesday
(4/29): Chapter 31
Wednesday (4/30):
Wednesday (5/04): Comprehensive
Final Exam (8AM10AM)
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