ENME315-20S2 (C) Semester Two 2020

# Heat Transfer

15 points

Details:
 Start Date: Monday, 13 July 2020 End Date: Sunday, 8 November 2020
Withdrawal Dates
Last Day to withdraw from this course:
• Without financial penalty (full fee refund): Friday, 24 July 2020
• Without academic penalty (including no fee refund): Friday, 25 September 2020

## Description

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to heat transfer fundamentals and their applications. The course introduces students to the analysis of steady-state and transient one- and multi-dimensional heat conduction. The course considers the analysis of heat transfer by convection using empirical and boundary layer approximations. Radiation heat transfer is considered with applications to multi-body radiation.

Topics Covered
1.Energy Balance on a Surface
2.Heat Conduction Modelling in 1-D
3.Steady State Heat Conduction, Circuit Model
4.Extended Surfaces
5.Numerical Solutions of Conduction Equations with EES (Lab)
6.Transient Heat Conduction
7.Convection Heat Transfer Fundamentals
8.External Forced Convection
9.Internal Forced Convection
10. Heat and Mass Transfer Analogy
11.Natural Convection
12.Boiling and Condensation
13.Heat Exchangers
14.Radiation Heat Transfer Fundamentals
15.Radiation Heat Transfer Engineering

Contribution to Professional Competencies

Heat transfer is an essential engineering science.
Deep learning is much more important than memorizing equations.
Understanding the heat transfer phenomena and the thermal system modelling approach is more important than finding the right equation.
Heat transfer is necessary for process and product design, but this class focuses much more on the engineering science you need to bring effective thermal design into any project.

## Learning Outcomes

1. Understand a thermal system, develop the schematic diagram for the system, and apply energy balance and heat transfer models to develop governing equations.
2. Set up and solve for heat transfer rates as a function of geometry and materials in 1-D conduction using various tools:
i. Material Properties
ii. Fourier’s Law
iii. Circuit Analogy
3. Estimate heat transfer from Extended Surfaces, Radial Geometry, and involving Energy Generation.
4. Construct a transient heat transfer analysis, testing for the lumped capacitance approximation and understanding the assumptions.
5. Understand the approach for setting up numerical analysis of heat transfer using EES to solve simultaneous sets of equations and carry out parametric investigations.
6. Understand a thermal system with convection heat transfer, construct a schematic diagram for the system, characterize the geometry and flow conditions, and apply the appropriate convection models:
i. Boundary layer effects, laminar and turbulent flow
ii. Similarity solutions and non-dimensional parameters
iii. Reynold’s analogy
iv. Boundary conditions – derivation of energy balance
v. Use convection correlations for Nusselt Number
7. Understand and model external forced convection heat transfer.
8. Understand and model internal forced convection heat transfer.
9. Understand and model natural convection heat transfer.
10. Understand the phenomena of boiling and condensation.
11. Understand heat exchangers and carry out analysis to select and size heat exchangers for liquid-liquid, liquid-gas, gas-gas, and condensers and boilers.
12. Understand key aspects of radiation heat transfer and solve simple problems. Understand radiative properties and models like black body, surface emission and radiosity.
13. Understand and estimate view factors and compute radiation exchange between grey surfaces.

ENME215 or
ENME204

ENME305

## Timetable 2020

Students must attend one activity from each section.

Activity Day Time Location Weeks Lecture A 01 Tuesday 10:00 - 11:00 E9 Lecture Theatre 13 Jul - 23 Aug 7 Sep - 18 Oct Lecture B 01 Wednesday 11:00 - 12:00 C2 Lecture Theatre 13 Jul - 23 Aug 7 Sep - 18 Oct Lecture C 01 Monday 10:00 - 11:00 E9 Lecture Theatre 13 Jul - 23 Aug 7 Sep - 18 Oct Lecture D 01 Monday 14:00 - 15:00 C3 Lecture Theatre 13 Jul - 23 Aug 7 Sep - 18 Oct Tutorial A 01 Thursday 11:00 - 12:00 A3 Lecture Theatre (16/7)Rehua 009 (23/7-30/7, 13/8-20/8, 10/9, 24/9-8/10) 13 Jul - 2 Aug 10 Aug - 23 Aug 7 Sep - 13 Sep 21 Sep - 11 Oct Tutorial B 01 Tuesday 15:00 - 16:00 A2 Lecture Theatre 3 Aug - 9 Aug Tutorial C 01 Wednesday 13:00 - 14:00 Eng Core 222 & 223 Drawing Office 14 Sep - 20 Sep Tutorial D 01 Thursday 17:00 - 19:00 E16 Lecture Theatre 5 Oct - 11 Oct Tutorial E 01 Tuesday 18:00 - 19:00 Eng Core 222 & 223 Drawing Office 12 Oct - 18 Oct

## Examination and Formal Tests

Activity Day Time Location Weeks Test A 01 Thursday 11:00 - 12:00 A3 Lecture Theatre 3 Aug - 9 Aug 12 Oct - 18 Oct Test B 01 Thursday 11:00 - 12:00 A3 Lecture Theatre 14 Sep - 20 Sep 02 Thursday 11:00 - 12:00 E9 Lecture Theatre 14 Sep - 20 Sep

## Assessment

Assessment Due Date Percentage  Description
Homework and Labs 10%
Quiz 1 06 Aug 2020 15% Quiz 1
Quiz 2 17 Sep 2020 15%
Quiz 3 15 Oct 2020 15%
Final Exam 45%

## Textbooks / Resources

#### Required Texts

Cengel, Yunus A. , Ghajar, Afshin J., Kanoglu, Mehmet; Heat and mass transfer :fundamentals & applications; Fifth edition in SI units; Mcgraw Hill Education, 2015.

Chapters of the Text Covered

1.Energy balance, energy transfer mechanisms and modelling approach. Properties. The systematic problem solving approach. Engineering Equation Solver (EES).
2.Heat Conduction Equation & boundary conditions. 1-D solutions
3.Steady heat conduction using the circuit analogy. Fins. 2-D approximations. R-Values
4.Transient heat transfer analytical solutions and graphical solutions using the Heisler charts. Biot and Fourier Numbers.
5.Skip
6.Convection. Reynolds Number. Nusselt Number. Mechanisms and phenomena. Viscous and Thermal boundary layers. Prandtl Number. (Skip analytical solutions 6.7, 6.8)
7.External Forced Convection – Empirical Correlations. Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer Analogy (Chapter 14) Heat and Mass Transfer and evaporation rate (Chapter 14).
8.Internal Forced Convection – Pipes and ducts
9.Natural Convection. Grashoff Number
10.Boiling and Condensation. Critical boiling, steady boiling, onset of condensation
11.Heat Exchangers. Effectiveness, NTU methods for right-sizing
13.Radiation Heat Transfer Engineering. View factor, Exchange between surfaces, heat shields

## Additional Course Outline Information

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## Indicative Fees

Domestic fee \$975.00

International fee \$5,500.00

* Fees include New Zealand GST and do not include any programme level discount or additional course related expenses.

For further information see Mechanical Engineering.

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• ENME315-20S2 (C) Semester Two 2020