Calculate the average heat transfer coefficient, Mechanical Engineering

Air at 1 atm, 300K, and Re = 50,000:

a. Flow across the cylinder with a diameter of 10 cm.

b. Flow inside a tube with a diameter of 10 cm.

c. flow along the flat plate of length 10 cm.

Calculate the Average Heat transfer coefficient for each of above cases and comment on result.        


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