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Semester: V

ELECTIVE A
COMBUSTION & HEAT TRANSFER
Course Code: 16AS5A3 CIE Marks: 100
Hrs/Week: L:T:P:S: 3:0:0:1 SEE Marks: 100
Credits: 04 SEE Duration: 3Hours

Course Learning Objectives:


To enable the students to:
1 Analyse and differentiate between different modes of heat transfer
Explain and interpret the factors influencing the conduction mode of heat transfer in
2
practical applications for steady conditions
3 Explain and interpret the factors influencing the conduction mode of heat transfer in
practical applications for unsteady conditions
4 Describe and execute the problem solving methodology related to convective heat
transfer
5 Explain the basic principles of combustion

Unit-I
Introduction: Modes of heat transfer-conduction, convection and radiation, 08 Hrs
Material properties of importance in heat transfer, Thermal conductivity, Specific
heat capacity
Conduction Heat Transfer: Derivation of general three dimensional conduction
equation in Cartesian coordinate, special cases, discussion on 3-D conduction in
cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems (No derivation), Numericals
Unit II
Heat Transfer from Extended Surfaces: Heat transfer through rectangular fin: 08 Hrs
Long fin, short fin with insulated tip and convective tip. Fin efficiency and
effectiveness, Numerical problems
Unit -III
Transient Conduction: Lumped parameter analysis, Use of Transient 10 Hrs
temperature charts (Heislers charts) for transient conduction in slab, long cylinder
and sphere, Numerical problems
Convective Heat Transfer: Principle of heat flow in fluids, heat transfer
coefficient, overall heat transfer coefficient, Velocity boundary layer, Thermal
Boundary layer, Significance of dimensionless numbers for internal and external
flow (discussion only), Numerical problems
Unit -IV
Forced Convection: Momentum and Energy equations for hydrodynamic and 07 Hrs
thermal boundary layer over a flat plate, Dimensional analysis for forced and
natural convection, Numerical problems
Natural Convection: Empirical correlations of flow around flat vertical plate,
horizontal flat surface, horizontal cylinder, sphere and enclosure, Numerical
problems
Unit -V
Introduction to Combustion: Introduction, Applications of Combustion, Types 07 Hrs
of fuels and various modes of combustion, review of basic thermodynamics,
thermodynamic properties, Stoichiometry, Thermo-chemistry, adiabatic
temperature, chemical equilibrium, Numerical problems

Course Outcomes:
At the end of this course the student will be able to :
1 Analyse and differentiate between different modes of heat transfer
Explain and interpret the factors influencing the conduction mode of heat transfer in
2
practical applications for steady conditions
3 Explain and interpret the factors influencing the conduction mode of heat transfer in
practical applications for unsteady conditions
4 Describe and execute the problem solving methodology related to convective heat
transfer
5 Explain the basic principles of combustion

Reference Books
1 Holman B.K.,Heat Transfer", McGraw Hill, 9th.Ed., 2002, ISBN: 978-0078447853
2 Dutta B.K.,"Heat Transfer: Principles and Applications, PHI, 2001, ISBN:978-
8120316256
3 Chapman, A.J, "Heat Transfer", 4th edn. Maxwell Macmillan International Edition,
1984, ISBN: 978-0023214509
4 D.P. Mishra, Fundamentals of Combustion, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2008.
ISBN: 978-8120333482
5 Kuo K.K. Principles of Combustion John Wiley and Sons, 2005, ISBN : 978-
0471046899

CO-PO Mapping
CO/PO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12
CO1 H H H L L H M M L

CO2 M H H H L L L L M

CO3 L H H M

CO4 H M H H H H H H M
High-3: Medium-2: Low-1

COURSE ASSESSMENT METHOD ASSESSMENT INTERVALS


1 2 3
Quiz X X X
Tests X X X
Seminar/ Presentation
Lab
Self-Study/Assignment X
Semester End Examination X

Scheme for Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE-Theory): CIE consists of


THREE tests for 40 marks (15 marks quiz+25 marks descriptive) out of which best
TWO (as a set) will be considered. In addition, 20 marks to be earned through self-
study.
Scheme for semester end examination (SEE-Theory): The question paper consists
of part A and part B. Part A will be for 20 marks covering the complete syllabus and
Part B will be for 80 marks and shall consists for FIVE questions carrying 16 marks
each. All FIVE from part B will have internal choices and one of the two have to be
answered compulsorily.
Department of R. V. College of Engineering
(An autonomous institution affiliated to VTU, Belagavi)

Course Title: COMBUSTION AND HEAT TRANSFER Course Code: 16AS5A3


Total Contact Hours: 40hrs Credits:04
SEE Marks: 100 CIE Marks: 100
Semester: V Academic Year: 2017-18
Lesson Plan Author: BHASKAR K Date: 11-08-2017
Checked By: Duration of SEE: 3Hrs
Prerequisites:
THERMODYNAMICS
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (PDE and ODE)
CALCULUS
BASIC MATHEMATICS
Course Learning Objectives:
To enable the students to:
1. Analyze and differentiate between different modes of heat transfer
2. Explain and interpret the factors influencing the conduction mode of heat transfer
in practical applications for steady conditions
3. Explain and interpret the factors influencing the conduction mode of heat transfer
in practical applications for unsteady conditions
4. Describe and execute the problem solving methodology related to convective heat
transfer
5. Explain the basic principles of combustion
Blooms Course
Week Days Unit Main Topics Sub Topics Taxonomy Outcomes
Levels (L) (CO)
Modes of heat transfer-conduction,
1 L1 CO1
convection and radiation
2 Numerical problems L3 CO1
01 Introduction
Material properties of importance
3 in heat transfer, Thermal L2 CO1
conductivity, Specific heat capacity
Derivation of general three
1 dimensional conduction equation L2 CO2
I
in Cartesian coordinate, Numerical
Derivation of 3-D heat conduction
2 Conduction Heat equation in cylindrical co- L3 CO2
02
Transfer ordinates, Numericals
Discussion on 3-D conduction in
spherical coordinate systems (No
3 L2 CO2
derivation), Critical thickness of
insulation, Numerical
Derivation of general three
dimensional conduction equation
1 L3 CO2
in Cartesian coordinate with
03 internal heat generation, Numerical
2 Thermal contact resistance, Numerical L3 CO2
Introduction to extended surfaces and
3 L4 CO3
applications
Heat transfer through long
1 L3 CO3
rectangular fins
04
2 Problems on long fins L2 CO3
3 Heat Transfer from Short fin with insulated tip L2, L3 CO3
II Problems on short fins with insulated
1 extended surfaces L2 CO3
tip
05 2 Short fin with convective tip. L2, L3 CO3
Problems on short fins with
3 L2, L3 CO3
convecting tip
Fin efficiency and effectiveness,
1 L2, L3 CO3
Numerical problems
Introduction to Transient Heat
06 2 Conduction, Lumped parameter L2, L3 CO4
analysis
Derivation of transient heat
3 L2, L3 CO4
conduction equation for LPA
1 Numericals on LPA L2, L3 CO4
Use of Transient temperature charts
Transient Heat
(Heislers charts) for transient
07 2 Conduction L2, L3 CO4
conduction in slab, long cylinder and
sphere.
Numerical problems on infinite walls,
3 L2, L3 CO4
Introduction to Semi-Infinite walls
Problems on transient heat
III
1 conduction through Semi-Infinite L2, L3 CO4
walls.
Principle of heat flow in fluids,
08 2 heat transfer coefficient, overall L2 CO4
heat transfer coefficient
Introduction to Boundary Layer,
3 Convective Heat Velocity boundary layer, Thermal L2 CO4
Transfer Boundary layer
Significance of dimensionless
1 numbers for internal and external L2 CO4
flow
09 2 Numerical problems L1, L2 CO4
Momentum and energy equations
3 for hydrodynamic boundary layer L1, L2 CO5
over a flat plate, Numericals
IV Forced Convection Momentum and energy equations
for Thermal boundary layer over a
10 1 L1, L2 CO5
flat plate, Numericals on Thermal
boundary layer
Dimensional analysis for forced
2 L1, L2 CO5
Convection
Dimensional analysis for natural
3 L1, L2 CO5
convection, Numerical problems
Empirical correlations of flow
1 around flat vertical plate, L1, L2 CO5
Numericals
Empirical correlations of flow
Natural or Free
11 2 around horizontal flat surface, L1, L2 CO5
Convection
Numericals
Empirical correlations of flow
3 around horizontal cylinder, sphere L1, L2 CO5
and enclosure, Numericals
Introduction, Applications of
1 L1, L2 CO6
Combustion,
Types of fuels and various modes
12 2 L1, L2 CO6
of combustion,
review of basic thermodynamics,
3 L1, L2 CO6
thermodynamic properties,
Stoichiometry and Thermo-
1 V Combustion L1, L2 CO6
chemistry,
Determining adiabatic flame
2 L1, L2 CO6
13 temperature, Numericals
Introduction to Chemical
3 equilibrium and Thermodynamic L1, L2 CO6
equilibrium of system
14 1 Numericals L1, L2 CO6

Reference Books:
1 Holman B.K.,Heat Transfer", McGraw Hill, 9th.Ed., 2002, ISBN: 978-
0078447853
2 Dutta B.K.,"Heat Transfer: Principles and Applications, PHI, 2001, ISBN:978-
8120316256
3 Chapman, A.J, "Heat Transfer", 4th edn. Maxwell Macmillan International
Edition, 1984, ISBN: 978-0023214509
4 D.P. Mishra, Fundamentals of Combustion, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi,
2008. ISBN: 978-8120333482
5 Kuo K.K. Principles of Combustion John Wiley and Sons, 2005, ISBN : 978-
0471046899

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course the student will be able to:

1 Analyse and differentiate between different modes of heat transfer


2 Explain and interpret the factors influencing the conduction mode of heat transfer in
practical applications for steady conditions
3 Explain and interpret the factors influencing the conduction mode of heat transfer in
practical applications for unsteady conditions
4 Describe and execute the problem solving methodology related to convective heat
transfer
5 Explain the basic principles of combustion

Course unitization for CIE and Semester End Examination

No of Questions in No of
Teaching
Unit Chapter Questions
Hours CIE-1 CIE-2 CIE-3
in SEE
Introduction and Conduction Heat
I 08 03 X X 02
Transfer
Heat Transfer from Extended
II 08 02 X X 02
Surfaces
Transient Conduction and
III 10 X 03 X 02
Convective Heat Transfer
IV Forced and Natural Convection 07 X 02 01 02
V Combustion 07 X X 04 02

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