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Consider the fuel element of Example 5.11. Initially, the

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Problem 5.12

Consider the fuel element of Example 5.11. Initially, the element is at a uniform temperature of 250 C with no heat generation. Suddenly, the element is inserted into the reactor core, causing a uniform volumetric heat generation rate of q . 108 W/m3 . The surfaces are convectively cooled with T 250 C and h 1100 W/m2 K. Using the explicit method with a space increment of 2 mm, determine the temperature distribution 1.5 s after the element is inserted into the core. 5

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Introduction (Part 1) What is mechanics  The science that describes and predicts the conditions of rest or motion of bodies under the action of forces.  What happens to this body o Does it move (Dynamic) o Does it stay still (Static) o Does it deform/ deflect Mechanics is Comprised of Multiple Topics  Rigid bodies o Statics o Dynamics  Deformable bodies o Mechanics of materials  Fluids o Incompressible o Compressible We Will Focus on Rigid Bodies  Statics deals with bodies at rest.  Dynamics deals with bodies in motion. Mechanics is the Foundation for Mechanical Engineering. Introduction (Part 2) Fundamental Concepts and Pri

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Consider the fuel element of Example 5.11. Initially, the