Calculate the heat transfer coefficient , Other Engineering

Water is flowing at 0.5 ms-1 across a 7.5 cm diameter sausage at 80°C. If the bulk water temperature is 15°C, estimate the heat-transfer coefficient.

a) What type of heat tranfer situation is occurring?

b) What is the mean film temperature (the average temperature of the water film near the sausage)?

c) What are the properties of water at this mean film temperature? (Hint: Appendix 6 in online textbook)

d) What is the heat transfer coefficient for this flow scenario?

 

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