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# Test: One-Dimensional Steady-state Conduction - 1

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QUESTION: 2

### Consider the following statements: The Fourier heat conduction equation presumes 1. Steady state conditions 2. Constant value of thermal conductivity 3. Uniform temperature at the wait surfaces 4. One - dimensional heat flow. Which of these statements are correct?

Solution:

k may be constant or vary.

QUESTION: 3

### The heat conducted through a wall of thickness δ is given by Which amongst the following is not valid pertaining to above equation?

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QUESTION: 4

One end of iron rod of cross-sectional area A and length L is kept in a steambath. After same time steady state conditions prevail and Q unit of heat per second passes through any cross- section of the rod. The heat flow rate will be adversely affected if

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QUESTION: 5

Match the List-1 (Coordinate system) with ListII (Steady state governing equation) the following:

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QUESTION: 6

Temperature distribution in a cylindrical rod with heat generation is given by

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QUESTION: 7

The Fourier law of heat conduction is valid for

Solution:

While deriving Fourier law of heat conduction some assumptions are made, which are
2. One-directional heat transfer
3. No heat generation
4. Material is homogeneous and isotropic

QUESTION: 8

Fourier law of heat conduction is given by

where
I = thickness of the slab
dT = temperature difference
In this term l/kA is given by

Solution:

In case of plane slab

QUESTION: 9

Heat transfer by conduction through hollow cylinder is given by

Solution:

From Fourier law of heat conduction

For hollow cylinder

QUESTION: 10

Heat transfer by conduction through sphere is given by

Solution:

From Fourier law of heat conduction