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Course Name
Turkish
Isı Geçişi
English
Heat Transfer
Course Code
UZB 232E
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester
5
3
3


Course Language
English
Course Coordinator
Bülent Tutkun
Course Objectives
1.Explain the physical origins of heat transfer, identify important modes of
heat transfer in a given situation, and make appropriate assumptions
2.Improving ability of solving the heat transfer problems analtically and
numerically
Course Description
Brief history. Introduction to Heat transfer. Conservation of Energy.
Conduction Heat Transfer. Steady conduction. Transient conduction. The
Critical Thickness of insulation. Numerical Methods. Introduction to
convection. The concept of thermal boundary layer. Forced convection
Heat exchangers. Radiation heat transfer: Blackbody radiation. Gray surfaces.StefanBoltzmann law. Electrical analogy. View factor. Radiant heat transfer between gray surfaces.
Course Outcomes
Student, who passed the course satisfactorily can:
1. Explain the physical origins of heat transfer, identify important modes of heat transfer in a given situation, and make appropriate
assumptions. [a1,e1,h1,i1,j1]
2. Calculate heat transfer rate and temperature distribution in steadystate onedimensional heat conduction problems. [a3,e3,f1,i1,k1]
3. Sketch temperature profiles in onedimensional heat transfer, showing the qualitative influence of energy generation, nonplanar geometry,
or time dependence. [a1,f1,i1,k1]
4. Calculate the rate of steady heat transfer in fins, and unsteady heat transfer in lumpedcapacitance and semiinfinite solid problems.
[a3,e3]
5. Explain the terms in the governing equations for convective heat transfer. [a1]
6. Obtain the heat transfer coefficients for forced convection from correlations.[b2,f1,i1,k1]
7. Estimate convective transfer rates on the basis of geometric and dynamic similarity, and analogy between different convective transport
processes. [a1,e3]
8. Explain how radiation can be described based on its wavelength, source, and direction. [a1]
9. Apply the laws of radiation to compute heat transfer rates for surfaces, such as black bodies and diffuse gray surfaces, with appropriate
approximations. [a2,e3,f1,i1,k1]
Prerequisite(s)
UCK212 ve MAT201
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook
Çengel Y. A. Heat and Mass Transfer: A practical approach, 3rd ed. McGraw Hill, 2006.
Incropera F. P., DeWitt D. P., Introduction to heat transfer, 4th ed. Wiley 2001.
Other References
Çengel Y. A. Heat Transfer: A practical approach, 2nd ed. McGraw Hill, 2003.
Incropera F. P., DeWitt D. P., Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, 5th ed. Wiley 2002.
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