# Heat Transfer

## Video Lectures

Displaying all 66 video lectures.

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Heat Transfer BasicsExplains the types of heat transfer and the terms associated with the governing equations. |

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Introduction to Heat Transfer - Potato ExampleAn experiment is discussed with a student to demonstrate the main concepts of heat transfer. |

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Heat Transfer Parameters and UnitsDiscusses the most common heat transfer parameters and associated units. |

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Heat Flux: Temperature DistributionGiven the temperature distribution for a one-dimensional wall, determine the heat flux, the rate of storage, and the heat transfer coefficient. |

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Conduction Equation DerivationDerives the equation for conductive heat transfer through a plane wall at steady-state conditions. |

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Heat Equation DerivationDerives the heat equation using an energy balance on a differential control volume. |

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Heat Equation Derivation: Cylindrical CoordinatesDerives the heat diffusion equation in cylindrical coordinates. |

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Boundary ConditionsCompares various boundary conditions for a steady-state, one-dimensional system. |

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Thermal Circuits IntroductionIntroduces the concept of thermal circuits to solve for heat transfer through a plane wall. |

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Thermal Circuits: Temperatures in a Composite WallCalculates the temperatures in a composite wall using thermal circuits. |

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Composite Wall: Maximum TemperatureDetermines the maximum temperature within a composite wall given information about composite materials and heat flux. |

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Temperature Distribution for a CylinderSimplifies the heat equation for conduction in a hollow cylinder and solves for the temperature distribution. |

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Rate of Heat GenerationDetermines the rate of heat generation for a wall. |

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Uniform Heat Generation: Maximum TemperatureCalculates the maximum temperature for a plane wall with uniform heat generation. |

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Heat Loss from a Cylindrical Pin FinCalculates the heat transfer coefficient and rate of heat transfer for a cylindrical pin fin. |

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Heat Loss from a Rectangular FinModels heat loss from a rectangular fin. Assumes properties similar to fins used in microprocessors. |

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Maximum Temperature for a Rectangular FinCalculates the maximum temperature for an isothermal microprocessor chip soldered to a heat sink. |

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Methods for Solving Transient Conduction ProblemsCompares lumped capacitance to an analytical solution for a gold sphere dropped into a water bath. |

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Lumped Capacitance IntroductionExplains the lumped capacitance model for transient conduction and derives its governing equation. |

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Lumped Capacitance: Temperature of a SphereUses the lumped capacitance assumption to find the temperature at the center of a sphere. |

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Transient Conduction in a Sphere (Part I)Calculates the time to cool a sphere placed in a water bath. The problem solving approach is determined by calculating the Biot number. |

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Transient Conduction in a Sphere (Part II)Calculates the time to cool a sphere placed in a water bath using an analytical approach. |

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Transient Conduction: One-Term ApproximationModels the temperature of a sphere suddenly immersed in a hot bath using the one-term approximation method. |

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Modeling Heat Transfer along a Semi-Infinite MediumDetermines the temperature in a slab modeled as a semi-infinite solid. |

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Solving Convection ProblemsOutlines the procedure to solve convection problems. |

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Flow over a Flat PlateDetermines the heat transfer coefficient for laminar flow over a flat plate and the surface temperature of the plate. |

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Laminar Flow: Flat Plate Surface TemperatureSolves for the surface temperature of an isothermal flat plate using a laminar flow correlation. |

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Solar Cell (Part I): Heat Transfer CoefficientCalculates the convective heat transfer coefficient for a solar cell using the appropriate correlation. |

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Solar Cell (Part II): Surface TemperatureCalculates the surface temperature for a solar cell using the thermal circuit method. |

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Heat Transfer Rate: Tube BankCalculates the total heat transfer rate for a bank of tubes used to heat air. |

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Rod Center-line TemperatureDetermines the center-line temperature of a cylindrical rod heated by convection. |

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Introduction to Blasius SolutionsIntroduces Blasius solutions to solve steady-state, two-dimensional boundary layer problems for a semi-infinite plate. |

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Blasius Solution for Boundary Layer ThicknessUses flat plate laminar boundary layer functions to solve for boundary layer thickness. |

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Shear Stress at a Wall: Blasius SolutionsUses the Blasius solutions to find the shear stress at a wall as a function of plate length. |

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Blasius Solution for the y-Component of VelocityUses the Blasius solutions to develop an expression for the y-component of velocity at the edge of a boundary layer. |

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y-Component of Velocity at a Boundary LayerShows how to find the y-component of velocity at the edge of a boundary layer at any point along the length of a flat plate. |

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Outlet Mean TemperatureCalculates the outlet mean temperature for internal flow through a tube. |

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Heat Transfer Rate: Cross-Section OrientationExamines the dependence of the heat transfer rate on the physical orientation of a rectangular cross-section. |

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Nucleate Boiling ExampleDetermines the rate of vapor production for saturated water during nucleate boiling. |

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Counter-Flow Heat Exchanger: Outlet Temperature (Bio)Determines the outlet temperature for a concentric tube, counter-current heat exchanger used to cool blood during open heart surgery. |

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Heat Exchanger: Mass Flow RateCalculates the mass flow rate of cooling water in a concentric, counter-current heat exchanger. |

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Sizing a Heat Exchanger: Parallel FlowFinds the length of a concentric, parallel flow heat exchanger using an overall heat transfer coefficient and the log mean temperature. |

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Sizing a Heat Exchanger: Counter-FlowCalculates the length of a concentric counter-flow heat exchanger using the same parameters as in 'Sizing a Heat Exchanger: Parallel Flow.' Describes how counter-flow is different from parallel flow. |

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Excel Solver IntroductionDescribes how to use the solver function in Excel 2010. |

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Laminar, Fully-Developed Internal Flow Through a PipeUses a correlation to calculate the heat transfer coefficient and the outlet temperature of a laminar, fully-developed fluid flowing through a pipe with constant surface temperature. |

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NTU Effectiveness MethodIntroduces the NTU effectiveness method to analyze a heat exchanger. |

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NTU Effectiveness: Counter-Flow Heat ExchangerUses the NTU effectiveness method to find the overall heat transfer coefficient for a counter-flow, concentric heat exchanger. |

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Log Mean Temperature DifferenceExplains how to calculate the log mean temperature difference for a heat exchanger. |

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How to Calculate Heat DutyIntroduces heat duty and calculates it for a stream of water heated from 25C to 140C at 30 psi. |

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Estimates for Heat Transfer CoefficientsProvides estimates for heat transfer coefficients for different scenarios. |

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Local and Average Heat Transfer CoefficientsCompares local and average heat transfer coefficients. |

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Internal Flow with Constant Surface TemperatureCalculates the mass flow rate of fluid through a pipe with constant surface temperature. |

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Contact ResistanceUses thermal resistances to examine surface contact resistances. |

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Contact Resistance ExampleCalculates the contact resistance for a composite wall using the overall heat transfer coefficient. |

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Film Pool BoilingDescribes the regime of film pool boiling and uses an example to illustrate how to determine the heat transfer rate. |

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Nucleate Pool BoilingThe heat flux and convective heat transfer coefficient are determined for a copper pipe with water undergoing nucleate pool boiling. |

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Nucleate Pool Boiling: Unit ConversionGives a detailed explanation of the unit conversions for the Nucleate Pool Boiling screencast. |

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Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient Rectangular CoordinatesExplains how to calculate the overall heat transfer coefficient for a system with conduction and convection. |

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View FactorsDefines view factors and shows two examples of how to calculate them. |

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Surface Temperature for a Cylindrical PipeThe overall heat transfer coefficient for a radial system is used to find the surface temperature of a pipe. |

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Internal Flow with Constant Surface Heat FluxCalculates the mass flow rate of a fluid through a pipe with constant surface heat flux. |

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Net Radiative Heat Transfer Rate from a SurfaceDefines opaque, diffuse and gray surfaces and discusses how they differ from blackbodies. |

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Radiation Exchange Between SurfacesDemonstrates how to calculate radiation exchange between surfaces in an enclosure. |

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Temperature of a Radiation ShieldCalculates the temperature of a radiation shield, knowing the heat flux. |

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Heat Generation in a PipeCalculates the heat generation needed to heat water in a thick-walled pipe. |

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Properties of Radiative Heat TransferExplanation of the process of radiation. |