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a) A 12 mm diameter mild steel sphere (k = 42.5 W/m K) is exposed to cooling airflow at 27 0C resulting in the convective coefficient, h = 114 W/ m2 K. The relevant properties of mild steel are given as follows: Density , /7850 2 mkg Specific heat K kgJc p / 475 and thermal diffusivity hr m /043.0 2 Determine: (i) Time required to cool the sphere (lumped parameter system) from 540 0C to 950C. [7 marks] (ii) Instantaneous heat transfer rate 2 minutes after the start of cooling [5 marks] (iii) Total energy transferred from the sphere during the first 2 minutes [5 marks] (b) Sun may be approximated as black body. It emits radiation having maximum intensity at λmax = 0.5 micron. Calculate: (i) The surface temperature of sun using Wien’s displacement law [2 marks] (ii) The radiation heat flux at sun’s surface using Stefan-Boltzmann Law. The Stefan-Boltzmann constant, σ = 5.67 x 10-8 W/m2 K4. [3 marks] (c) One side of a 15 cm thickness layer of insulation (k = 0.75 W/m 0C) has a temperature of 200 0C while the other loses heat to an ambient at 27 0C at the rate of 600 W/m2. Take A = 1.0 m2. Calculate: (i) The air-film heat transfer coefficient (h) [2 marks] (ii) The skin temperature (say, T”) of the insulation [2 marks] (d) What are the concept of ‘Black body’ and ‘Gray body’ Radiation??

please answer part B

Answer #1

**Weins Displacement Law** " which calculates the
temperature corresponding to maximum wavelength.Once the
temperature is known at Sun's s surface ,the heat flux can be
calculated by using ' **Stefan's law** ' using
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