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# 1. A 0.083-in.-diameter electrical wire at 115°F 1. A 0.083-in.

## -diameter electrical wire at 115°F

is covered by 0.02-in.-thick plastic insulation is covered by 0.02-in.-thick plastic insulation
(k = 0.075 Btu/h · ft · °F). The wire is exposed (k = 0.075 Btu/h · ft · °F). The wire is exposed
to a medium at 50°F, with a combined to a medium at 50°F, with a combined
coefficient of 2.5 Btu/h · ft2 · °F. Determine if coefficient of 2.5 Btu/h · ft2 · °F. Determine if
the plastic insulation on the wire will increase the plastic insulation on the wire will increase
or decrease heat transfer from the wire. or decrease heat transfer from the wire.

2. Hot water at an average temperature of 90°C 2. Hot water at an average temperature of 90°C
is flowing through a 15-m section of a cast is flowing through a 15-m section of a cast
iron pipe (k =52 W/m · °C) whose inner and iron pipe (k =52 W/m · °C) whose inner and
outer diameters are 4 cm and 4.6 cm, outer diameters are 4 cm and 4.6 cm,
respectively. The outer surface of the pipe, is respectively. The outer surface of the pipe, is
exposed to the cold air at 10°C in the exposed to the cold air at 10°C in the
basement, with a combined heat transfer basement, with a combined heat transfer
coefficient of 20.167 W/m2 · °C. The heat coefficient of 20.167 W/m2 · °C. The heat
transfer coefficient at the inner surface of the transfer coefficient at the inner surface of the
pipe is 120 W/m2 · °C. Taking the walls of the pipe is 120 W/m2 · °C. Taking the walls of the
basement to be at 10°C also, determine the basement to be at 10°C also, determine the
rate of heat loss from the hot water. Also, rate of heat loss from the hot water. Also,
determine the average velocity of the water in determine the average velocity of the water in
the pipe if the temperature of the water drops the pipe if the temperature of the water drops
by 3°C as it passes through the basement. by 3°C as it passes through the basement.

## 1. A 0.083-in.-diameter electrical wire at 115°F 1. A 0.083-in.-diameter electrical wire at 115°F

is covered by 0.02-in.-thick plastic insulation is covered by 0.02-in.-thick plastic insulation
(k = 0.075 Btu/h · ft · °F). The wire is exposed (k = 0.075 Btu/h · ft · °F). The wire is exposed
to a medium at 50°F, with a combined to a medium at 50°F, with a combined
coefficient of 2.5 Btu/h · ft2 · °F. Determine if coefficient of 2.5 Btu/h · ft2 · °F. Determine if
the plastic insulation on the wire will increase the plastic insulation on the wire will increase
or decrease heat transfer from the wire. or decrease heat transfer from the wire.

2. Hot water at an average temperature of 90°C 2. Hot water at an average temperature of 90°C
is flowing through a 15-m section of a cast is flowing through a 15-m section of a cast
iron pipe (k =52 W/m · °C) whose inner and iron pipe (k =52 W/m · °C) whose inner and
outer diameters are 4 cm and 4.6 cm, outer diameters are 4 cm and 4.6 cm,
respectively. The outer surface of the pipe, is respectively. The outer surface of the pipe, is
exposed to the cold air at 10°C in the exposed to the cold air at 10°C in the
basement, with a combined heat transfer basement, with a combined heat transfer
coefficient of 20.167 W/m2 · °C. The heat coefficient of 20.167 W/m2 · °C. The heat
transfer coefficient at the inner surface of the transfer coefficient at the inner surface of the
pipe is 120 W/m2 · °C. Taking the walls of the pipe is 120 W/m2 · °C. Taking the walls of the
basement to be at 10°C also, determine the basement to be at 10°C also, determine the
rate of heat loss from the hot water. Also, rate of heat loss from the hot water. Also,
determine the average velocity of the water in determine the average velocity of the water in
the pipe if the temperature of the water drops the pipe if the temperature of the water drops
by 3°C as it passes through the basement. by 3°C as it passes through the basement.