Steam condenses at 50C on the outer surface of a horizontal tube with an outer diameter of 6 cm. The
Steam condenses at 50°C on the outer surface of a horizontal tube with an outer diameter of 6 cm. The outer surface of the tube is maintained at 30°C. The condensation heat transfer coefficient is (a) 5493 W/m2 · K
(b) 5921 W/m2 · K
(c) 6796 W/m2 · K
(d) 7040 W/m2 · K
(e) 7350 W/m2 · K
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(For water, use p = 992.1 kg/m³, p = 0.653 × 10-³ kg/m.s,
k₁ = 0.631 W/m-K, Cpl = 4179 J/kg-°C, hfg@Tsat = 2383 kJ/kg)
To find the condensation heat transfer coefficient we can use the following formula for forced convection heat transfer q hA Ts T Where q heat transfe…View the full answer
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