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HEAT TRANSFER

Subject code: UE14ME352 / 14ME352 No. of Hours: 26 / 52


Faculty: JPK

Chapter Title/ % Portions Covered


Class Portions to be Covered
Reference Literature Classes Cumulative

1-2 Chapter 1 UNIT-1

Introduction Mechanisms of Heat Transfer - Basic laws 4 4


governing each mechanism; combined
T1: Page 1-12 mechanisms; Illustrative examples

Chapter 2 Conduction Basic Equations : one


dimensional conduction equation in
Introduction to rectangular, cylindrical and spherical
Conduction coordinates; thermal diffusivity; 3-
3 2 6
T1: Page 47-59 dimensional conduction equation in
Cartesian coordinates; (No derivation of 2-
D&3-D equations in cylindrical and
spherical coordinate systems)

Chapter 2 Boundary conditions of first, second and


third kind; radiation boundary condition;
4-5 Introduction to illustrative examples on formulation of 4 10
Conduction conduction problems.
T1: Page 66-70

Chapter 3 One Dimensional Steady State


Conduction in a slab, radial conduction in
One Dimensional cylinder and sphere with and without heat
Steady State 4 14
6-7 generation
Conduction

T1: Page 78-121


Chapter 3 Concept of thermal resistance, conduction
in composite medium and overall heat
One Dimensional transfer coefficient
Steady State
8-9 Conduction 4 18

T1: Page 78-94

Chapter 3 Governing differential equations for one


dimensional conduction in fins; solution to
One Dimensional this equation for different tip conditions; fin
Steady State
10-11 efficiency and fin effectiveness
Conduction
4 22
T1: Page 121-145

Chapter 3 One dimensional steady state conduction


in slabs, cylinders and spheres with
One Dimensional variable thermal conductivity
Steady State
12 Conduction 2 24

T1: Page 78-121

Chapter 5 UNIT-2

Transient Lumped system analysis with illustrative


Conduction examples; Criterion for neglecting internal
13 temperature gradients in transient
T1: Page 250-256 2 26
conduction analysis
Chapter 5 One dimensional transient conduction in a
slab subjected to convective boundary
Transient condition- solution of this problem in the
Conduction form of Transient-Temperature Chart.
14-15
Similar charts for radial transient 4 30
T1: Page 265-277
conduction in an infinite cylinder and in a
sphere

Chapter 5 Use of charts to solve multi-dimensional


transient problems; semi infinite solids
16 Transient
Conduction 2 32
T1: Page 277-283

Chapter 5 Finite Difference equations for one


dimensional steady state conduction in
17-18 Transient slabs, cylinders and spheres; Finite 4 36
Conduction difference equations for two dimensional
T1: Page 294-310 steady state conduction

Chapter 5 Explicit finite difference equations for one


dimensional transient conduction in slabs,
Transient radial conduction in cylinders and spheres;
Conduction Implicit Scheme (Crank-Nicholson
19-20
T1: Page 294-310 Scheme) for one dimensional transient
4 40
conduction

Chapter 5

21 Transient Illustrative examples


2 42
Conduction

T1: Page 294-310


Chapter 12 UNIT-5

Radiation: Processes Basic concepts and terms used in radiation


& properties heat exchange analysis; Planck’s law,
22-23 Stefan-Boltzman law, Wein’s displacement
T1: Page 669-708 3 45
Law, Kirchoff’s law and Lambert’s Law;
Radiation heat exchange between two
parallel infinite black and gray surfaces

Chapter 13 Radiation exchange between two finite


surfaces – Concept of View Factor; View
Radiation exchange factor algebra; Hottel’s Cross string formula
between surfaces 3 48
24-25
T1: Page 739-750

Chapter 13 Network method for analysis of radiation


heat exchange in two and three zone
26 Radiation exchange enclosures.
between surfaces 2 50
T1: Page 750-764
HEAT TRANSFER

Subject code: UE14ME352 / 14ME352 No. of Hours: 26 / 52


Faculty: Dr. TRS / Dr. AT

Chapter Title/
Class Portions to be Covered % Portions Covered
Reference Literature

Chapter 6 UNIT-3

Introduction to Basic concepts for flow over bodies-


Convection Velocity boundary layer, thermal boundary
layer, drag coefficient, general expression
1 T1: Page 332-343 for heat transfer coefficient in terms of 2 2
temperature gradient; illustrative examples.
Dimensionless Parameters in Forced
Convection Flow and their physical
significance.

Chapter 6 Concepts for flow through duct - hydraulic


diameter; hydro-dynamically developing
Introduction to and developed flow; thermally developing
2 Convection and thermally developed flow; general 2 4
T1: Page 332-343 expression for pressure drop and heat
transfer coefficient for flow through ducts;
illustrative examples

Chapter 8 Analysis of hydro dynamically and


thermally developed laminar flow -
3-4 Internal flow COUETTE flow 4 8
T1: Page 447-453

Chapter 8 Flow inside a circular tube; expressions for


friction factor and pressure drop for hydro
5 Internal flow dynamically and thermally developed 2 10
T1: Page 447-453 laminar and turbulent flows; hydrodynamic
and thermal entrance lengths
Chapter 8 Use of correlations to determine pressure
drop and heat transfer coefficient for hydro
6-7 Internal flow dynamically and thermally developed flow 4 14

T1: Page 453-479 through tubes; illustrative examples.

Chapter 6 Integral method of analysis for laminar


incompressible boundary layer over a flat
Introduction to plate
8-9 4 18
Convection

T1: Page 348-358

Chapter 7 Correlations for drag coefficient and heat


transfer coefficient for flow over a flat plate
10 External flow 2 20

T1: Page 380-392

Chapter 7 Flow across a cylinder, flow across tube


bundles
11-12 External flow 4 24

T1: Page 400-424

Chapter 9 UNIT-4

Free convection Dimensionless parameters for free


13-14 convective heat transfer problems; 4 28
T1: Page 510-531 Correlations for free convection from
vertical plane surfaces

Chapter 9 Correlations for free convection from


vertical & horizontal cylinders
15 Free convection 2 30

T1: Page 510-531

Chapter 9 Horizontal and inclined plane surfaces;


combined forced and free convection;
16-17 Free convection illustrative examples 4 34
T1: Page 510-531
Chapter 10 Nusselt’s theory for laminar film
condensation on a vertical plane surface
Boiling &
18 2 36
Condensation

T1: Page 581-590

Chapter 10 Correlations for determining heat transfer


coefficient for laminar and turbulent film
Boiling & condensation on a plane vertical surface
19-20 4 40
Condensation and horizontal tubes. Illustrative examples.
T1: Page 581-590

Chapter 10 Different regimes of pool boiling;


Correlations for pool boiling heat transfer
Boiling &
21-22 4 44
Condensation

T1: Page 562-577

Chapter 11 UNIT-5

Heat Exchangers Classification of heat exchangers; overall


heat transfer coefficient. Expressions for
23-24 T1: Page 603-619 mean temperature difference for parallel 3 47
flow, counter flow heat exchangers;
correction factors for other type of heat
exchangers

Chapter 11 Limitations of LMTD method;


Effectiveness-NTU method for heat
25-26 Heat Exchangers exchanger analysis; illustrative examples 3 50

T1: Page 619-630

Text Book:

T1. "Heat and Mass Transfer: Fundamentals and Applications", Cengel, Yunus A. and Ghajar,
Afshin J., McGraw-Hill, Fifth Edition, 2016.

Reference Books:

T2. “Fundamentals of Heat & Mass Transfer”, Theodore L. Bergman, Adrienne S. Lavine,
Frank P. Incropera, K. N. Seetharamu, T. R. Seetharam, Wiley India Publication, 2013.
T3. “Heat Transfer – A basic Approach”, M. Necati Ozisik, McGraw-Hill International Edition,
1985.