Free Forced Convection Heat Transfer

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The objective of this experiment to investigate the use of extended surface to improve heat transfer through surfaces. In addition, another target is to demonstrate the effect of the fluid speed on the heat transfer by convection.

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Free & Forced Convection Heat TransferSultan Qaboos UniversityCollege of EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical & Industrial EngineeringHeat Transfer Lab report Free & Forced Convection Heat TransferMahmood Mohsin AL-Khusaibi85135Amur Sultan Al-Habsi 86260Rashid Nasser Al Shabibi85362Aim:The objective of this experiment to investigate the use of extended surface to improve heat transfer through surfaces. In addition, another target is to demonstrate the effect of the fluid speed on the heat transfer by convection.Introduction:Heat transfer by convection is one of three heat transfer methods which are conduction, radiation and convection. Convection is form of energy transfer between a solid surface and the adjacent fluid. It engrosses the mixed effect of the fluid velocity and conduction. The fluid velocity and the surface area effect are both proportional with the rat

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