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Q41.
The following data pertains to a hollow cylinder and a hollow sphere made of same material and having the same temperature drop over the wall thickness

Inside radius = 0.1 m and outside surface area = 1 square meter

If the outside radius for both the geometrics is same, calculate the ratio of heat flow in the cylinder to that of sphere?
Q42.
“All the factors relating to geometry of the sections are grouped together into a multiple constant called the shape factor” True or false
Q43.
Shape factor for plane wall is equal to
Q44.
For a prescribed temperature difference, bodies with the same shape factor will allow heat conduction proportional to
Q45.
Shape factor for cylinder is
Answer: (d).2 π l/log e (r₂/r₁)
Q46.
The annealing furnace for continuous bar stock is open at the ends and has interior dimensions of 0.6 m * 0.6 m * 1.5 m long with a wall 0.3 m thick all around. Calculate the shape factor for the furnace?
Q47.
Shape factor for sphere is
Answer: (b).4 π r₁ r₂/r₂ – r₁
Q48.
Which is true regarding a complete rectangular furnace?
Answer: (c).6 walls, 12 edges and 8 corners
Q49.
The shape factor for complete rectangular furnace is
Where a, b and c are the inside dimensions and d x is the wall thickness
Answer: (d).2/ d x (a b + b c + c a) + 4 (0.54) (a + b +c) + 8 (0.15) d x
Q50.
For the same material and same temperature difference, the heat flow in terms of shape factor is given by