Heat And Mass Transfer - HMT
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# Heat And Mass Transfer - HMT

Fundamentals of heat transfer with comprehensive derivation and examples
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Last updated 7/2020
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• 4.5 hours on-demand video
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
• Modes of heat transfer and Governing laws of heat transfer
• Thermal conductivity, Heat conduction in gases
• Interpretation Of Fourier's law, Electrical analogy of heat transfer, Critical radius of insulation
• Heat generation in a slab and cylinder, Fins, Unsteady/Transient conduction
• Forced convection heat transfer, Reynold’s Number, Prandtl Number, Nusselt Number
• Incompressible flow over flat surface, HBL, TBL, Forced convection in flow through pipes and ducts, Free/Natural convection
• Types of heat exchangers, First law of thermodynamics, Classification of heat exchangers
• LMTD for parallel and counter flow HE, NTU, Fouling factor.
• Absorbtivity, Reflectivity, Transmitivity, Laws of thermal radiation, Shape factor, Radiation heat exchange
Requirements
• Must have a sound knowledge of differentiation and integration.
• Preliminary idea of electrical analogy like current, potential difference, resistance.
• Thermodynamic processes as such adiabatic, constant pressure and isothermal
Description

Learn about Conduction, Convection, Radiation and Heat exchangers in a most comprehensive and interactive way. Derivations of formulas, concepts, Numerical, examples are inculcated in the course with advance applications. The course aims at covering all the topics and concepts of HMT as per academics of students. Following are the topics (in detail) that will be covered in the course.

Conduction

• Thermal conductivity, Heat conduction in gases, Interpretation Of Fourier's law, Electrical analogy of heat transfer, Critical radius of insulation, Heat generation in a slab and cylinder, Fins, Unsteady/Transient conduction.

Convection

• Forced convection heat transfer, Reynold’s Number, Prandtl Number, Nusselt Number, Incompressible flow over flat surface, HBL, TBL, Forced convection in flow through pipes and ducts, Free/Natural convection.

Heat Exchangers

• Types of heat exchangers, First law of thermodynamics, Classification of heat exchangers, LMTD for parallel and counter flow, NTU, Fouling factor.

• Absorbtivity, Reflectivity, Transmitivity, Laws of thermal radiation, Shape factor, Radiation heat exchange

" Also, the first two lectures are FREE previews. This above syllabus has been discussed there as well a preliminary idea of various modes of heat transfer is also discussed." Do watch them first prior to joining the course.

Who this course is for:
• Students having Heat transfer as their subject in university.
• Anyone wants to learn about the in and out of HMT
Course content
Expand all 45 lectures 04:21:42
+ Introduction
3 lectures 32:00
Preview 05:11

There are three modes of heat transfer namely conduction, convection and radiation.

Conduction : Conduction refers to the heat transfer that occurs across the medium. Medium can be solid or a fluid.

Convection : Convection refers to the heat transfer that will occur between a surface and a moving fluid when they are at different temperatures.

Radiation : In radiation, in the absence of intervening medium, there is net heat transfer between two surfaces at different temperatures in the form of electromagnetic waves.

Preview 15:15

Fourier's law (Conduction)

The law of heat conduction, also known as Fourier's law, states that the rate of heat transfer through a material is proportional to the negative gradient in the temperature and to the area, at right angles to that gradient, through which the heat flows.

Newton's law of cooling (Convection)

Newton's law of cooling states that the rate of heat loss of a body is directly proportional to the difference in the temperatures between the body and its surroundings.

The Stefan–Boltzmann law describes the power radiated from a black body in terms of its temperature.

Governing laws of heat transfer
11:34
+ Conduction
18 lectures 01:57:55

The thermal conductivity of a material is a measure of its ability to conduct heat. It is commonly denoted by, or. Heat transfer occurs at a lower rate in materials of low thermal conductivity than in materials of high thermal conductivity.

Thermal conductivity
04:22

In gases and liquids, conduction is due to the collisions and diffusion of molecules during their random motion.

Heat conduction in gases
06:24

Fourier's law

The law of heat conduction, also known as Fourier's law, states that the rate of heat transfer through a material is proportional to the negative gradient in the temperature and to the area, at right angles to that gradient, through which the heat flows.

Interpretation Of Fourier's law
05:08

Heat conduction in solids is similar to the conduction of electricity in electrical conductors in many aspects. In a conductor, the flow of electricity is driven by a potential difference and so is the flow of heat driven by a difference in temperature.

Electrical analogy of heat transfer
05:04

The problem of heat transfer through the composite system can be solved by the application of thermal resistance concept. In this lecture, We are considering a composite slab/wall having different thermal conductivity but same cross sectional area.

Conduction heat transfer through composite slab
07:08
Conduction-convection heat transfer through composite slab
09:10
06:16
03:16
Radial conduction-convection heat transfer through composite cylinder
07:17
09:19
04:11
Derivation of generalized heat conduction equation
08:06
Heat generation in a slab
09:47
Heat generation in a cylinder
07:44
What are Fins ?
02:19
Analysis of rectangular fins
13:10
Fin efficiency and effectiveness
03:18
05:56
+ Convection
10 lectures 46:34
Convection heat transfer
03:48
Forced convection heat transfer
10:28
Physical significance of Reynolds Number in forced convection heat transfer
02:58
In compressible flow over flat surface
04:22
Physical significance of Nu and Pr in forced convection heat transfer
05:46
Thermal boundary layer - TBL
03:13
Energy balance for differential control volume of TBL
02:34
Momentum equation of HBL & energy equation of TBL
07:15
Forced convection in flow through pipes and ducts
03:59
Free/Natural convection
02:11
+ Heat Exchangers
9 lectures 38:30
Types of heat exchangers
03:43
First law of thermodynamics
09:56
Classification of heat exchangers
04:35
MTD (Mean Temperature Difference)
02:49
LMTD Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference (Parallel flow)
05:25
LMTD Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference (Counter flow)
02:42
Some special cases
03:21
Effectiveness of heat exchanger
02:26
NTU and Fouling factor
03:33