Test: Radiation Heat Transfer - 2


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QUESTION: 1

What is the view factor F21 for sphere of diameter D inside a cubical box of length L = D?

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QUESTION: 2

 A radiation shield should

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QUESTION: 3

On a summer day, a scooter rider feels more comfortable while on move than while at a stop light because

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More heat is. lost by forced convection as the value of heat transfer coefficient is large because it depends on fluid properties, velocity of flow and surface condition.

QUESTION: 4

Thermal radiation extends over the range of

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QUESTION: 5

Fraction of radiative energy leaving one surface that strikes the other surface is called

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Shape factor represent the fraction of the energy emitted by one surface and received by the other.

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q1 = Total energy emitted by body 1
q12 = Energy emitted by (1) and received by (2)

QUESTION: 6

Shape factor can be termed a

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QUESTION: 7

Wave length for maximum power is given by

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QUESTION: 8

Stefan-Boltzmann’s law is applicable to

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QUESTION: 9

What is the basic equation of thermal radiation from which all other equations of radiation can be derived

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QUESTION: 10

Which one of the following is the correct representation of reciprocity theorem

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