Heat transfer coefficient for the forced convection , Chemical Engineering

A) A horizontal tube having a 1.25 cm outside diameter is submerged in a water 1 atm and 100 oC. Determine the heat flux for the surface temperature of (a) 540 oC, (b) 650 oC, and (c) 800 oC. Assume  =0.8?                             

 

B) Determine the Heat Transfer Coefficient for the forced convection local boiling of water at 5 atm in a vertical tube. The temperature surplus is 10 oC.           

 

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