A vertical surface of height 1.0 m is at 300 K and is subjected to a uniform upward flow at 1.0 m/s. The fluid is at temperature 1000 K and may be taken as optically thick. Formulate the problem by...

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A vertical surface of height 1.0 m is at 300 K and is subjected to a uniform upward flow at 1.0 m/s. The fluid is at temperature 1000 K and may be taken as optically thick. Formulate the problem by giving the governing equations and boundary conditions. Suggest a numerical procedure for solving the problem. Do you expect buoyancy effects to be important if the fluid properties are taken as those for air?
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Answer To : A vertical surface of height 1.0 m is at 300 K and is subjected to a uniform upward flow at 1.0 m/s....

Dr Shweta answered on May 07 2022
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Solution:
A) Given – Vertical surface of height 1.0 m
Surface temperature 300 K
Subjected to
a uniform upward flow at 1.0 m/s
Fluid is at temperature 1000 K
To formulate - governing equations and boundary conditions
Solution- The height of the wall = 1 m
Flow is uniform and u =0
Fluid is...
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