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By Christian Holm, Kurt Kremer, S. Auer, K. Binder, J.G. Curro, D. Frenkel, G.S. Grest, D.R. Heine, P.H. Hünenberger, L.G. MacDowell, M. Müller, P. Virnau

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As it is a function of the dimensionless temperature and the Biot number, first these two parameters must be calculated. 11 delivers the Fourier number value Fo = 15. To calculate the required time, first the thermal diffusivity must be determined. 17 ⋅10−7 ⋅ m 2 This time is required to cool the sheet when traveling the 5 m distance to the cutter. 08 m/min. b) To determine the heat rate, first the specific heat removed per kg from the sheet must be known. 70). 11 the dimensionless mean temperature Θ can be estimated.

The heat rate is the specific heat multiplied by the mass flow rate. The latter can be determined by the well-known equation of fluid mechanics. 67 kW Discussion Many technical problems can easily be calculated with the diagrams presented in the book. However, more effects often have to be considered. In our example the air would be blown in counterflow to the motion of the sheet and its temperature would not remain constant. Taking into account the temperature rise of the air, a step-bystep calculation could be performed.

0 = ϑW + ϑU ⋅ s ⋅ m ⋅ tanh( m ⋅ h) s ⋅ m ⋅ tanh( m ⋅ h) + 1 First the value of m must be calculated. 07 °C. 4 44 2 Thermal conduction in static materials The diagram shows the temperature distribution along the rod. b) To determine the insulation thickness required to not exceed a rod surface temperature of 90 °C outside the insulation, the equation used for the calculation of the temperature at the beginning of the fin can be used. The value of the length s is the unknown quantity. The height h of the fin, which is now h = l – s, will be inserted.

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