Fluid flowing through a tube at 1.3 m/s has a film heat transfer coefficient of 130 W/m^2 K. If the velocity of fluid is increased to 2.3 m/s, what does the film heat transfer coefficient become?
pic is soloution and formula but i dont get it
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- Thread Starter
- 24-12-2014 23:50
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- TSR Support Team
- 25-12-2014 14:03
What is it that you do not understand?
- 28-12-2014 01:22
It's just ratios. The problem is that h won't change linearly with v. Hence you have to mess about with the correlation.
Odd question really.
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