Determine the view factor, Physics

Consider a horizontal cylinder with diameter D and length L. The center of the cylinder is a distance a above the ground. A wall with length W and height H is located to the side of the cylinder at a distance L from the cylinder centre. The wall leans towards the cylinder with an angle θ from the vertical. The cylinder end is a distance S from the end of the wall. Determine the view factor between the cylinder surface and the wall as a function of the position around the circumference of the cylinder for the following case.

D = 1

L/D = 3

a/D = 1

H/D = 6

W/D = 10

θ= 0 and 30 degrees

Posted Date: 2/21/2013 7:44:17 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Determine the view factor, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Determine the view factor, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Determine the view factor Discussions

Write discussion on Determine the view factor
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions

Q. What is the Newton meter? Answer:- A unit of energy is as well known as a Joule. When a force of 1 Newton is used on an object for a distance of 1 meter then 1 Joule of

how to find output voltage using superposition theorem

A reversible power cycle receives energy H Q from a reservoir at temperature H T and rejects C Q to a reservoir at temperature C T. The work developed by the power cycle is used to


(i)  Lead balls are spherical in shape. (ii) Rain leaves and a globule of mercury placed on glass plate are spherical. (iii) Hair of shaving painting brush, when goes in wate

common lead acid battery faults: Careful treatment of lead acid batteries prevents damage and early failure, however, some common faults associated with lead acid batteries are


BH curve: For any ferromagnetic material there is a definite value of flux density (B), corresponding to a specified value of magnetising force (H).  These values can be ascert

Describe the principle construction and working of a scintillation counter.  With suitable diagram explain various components of a scintillation counting system. Principle Sci