1) Suppose that a hot metal ball is immersed in cold water, then temperature distribution in the body depends upon
a. thermal conductivity of the body
b. convective heat transfer from the body surface to water
c. both a. and b.
d. none of the above
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ANSWER: both a. and b.
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


2) How does the thermal conductivity of a material change with respect to change in temperature of the same material?
a. thermal conductivity of a material increases with increase in its temperature
b. thermal conductivity of a material decreases with increase in its temperature
c. thermal conductivity of a material remains same with change in its temperature
d. unpredictable
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Explanation

ANSWER: thermal conductivity of a material increases with increase in its temperature
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


3) What is the correct formula for the temperature distribution in infinitely long fin? Where, m = √(hP/kA) h = convective heat transfer coefficient P = perimeter of the fin k = thermal conductivity of fin A = crosssectional area of the fin T = Temperature of the fin at the distance x from the base of fine and the constants C_{1} and C_{2} depend on the boundary conditions T_{s} = Base temperature of the fin T_{∞} = Temperature of surrounding fluid
a. (T_{s} – T_{∞}) / (T – T_{∞}) = C_{2}e^{mx}
b. (T_{s} – T_{∞}) / (T – T_{∞}) = C_{2}e^{– mx}
c. (T – T_{∞}) / (T_{s} – T_{∞}) = C_{2}e^{mx}
d. (T – T_{∞}) / (T_{s} – T_{∞}) = C_{2}e^{– mx}
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: (T – T_{∞}) / (T_{s} – T_{∞}) = C_{2}e^{– mx}
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


4) Heat transfer deals with the rate of
a. work transfer
b. temperature transfer
c. energy transfer
d. none of the above
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ANSWER: energy transfer
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


5) If the body or element does not produce heat, then the general heat conduction equation which gives the temperature distribution and conduction heat flow in an isotropic solid reduces to(∂T/∂x^{2}) + (∂T/∂y^{2}) + (∂T/∂z^{2}) = (1/α)(∂T/∂t)this equation is known as
a. Laplace equation
b. Fourier equation
c. Poisson equation
d. none of the above
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Explanation

ANSWER: Fourier equation
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


6) For effective working of fins, the thickness of the fines should be
a. large
b. small
c. thickness of fin does not affect the fin effectiveness
d. unpredictable
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ANSWER: small
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


7) Why is the negative sign introduced in the equation of Fourier's law of heat conduction?
q = – kA (dT / dx)
a. because heat transfer rate is inversely proportional to temperature gradient
b. because value of thermal conductivity k is negative
c. because heat is transferred from higher temperature to lower temperature
d. none of the above
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Explanation

ANSWER: because heat is transferred from higher temperature to lower temperature
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


8) The cooling of a metal ball of volume V, in large quantity of fluid is analogous to
a. discharging of battery in an electric system
b. discharging of capacitor in an electric system
c. generation of heat in resistor in an electrical system
d. none of the above
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Explanation

ANSWER: discharging of capacitor in an electric system
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


9) What should be the Biot number to assume the body at uniform temperature?
a. the Biot number should be less than 0.1
b. the Biot number should be more than 0.1
c. the Biot number should be equal to 0.1
d. none of the above
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Explanation

ANSWER: the Biot number should be less than 0.1
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


10) What is the correct formula for The Biot number?
a. hl/k
b. k/hl
c. l/hk
d. hk/l
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Explanation

ANSWER: hl/k
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!

