Consider the following fluids, each with a velocity of V 5 m/s and a temperature of T 20 C, in cross flow over a 10-mm-diameter cylinder maintained at 50 C: atmospheric air, saturated water, and engine oil. (a) Calculate the rate of heat transfer per unit length, q, using the ChurchillBernstein correlation. (b) Generate a plot of q as a function of fluid velocity for 0.5 V 10 m/s

Emily Ballentine eballen@g.clemson.edu ENGR 1020313 Notes 11/6/1711/10/17 1 Data Manipulation Models Linear o y = mx + b m = slope b = y-intercept b is a defined value at x = 0 o on linear axes, the plotted data appears as a straight line o Power o y = bx m m = slope b = y-intercept if m > 0, b = 0 at x = 0 if m < 0, b = o on log-log axes, the plotted data appears as a straight line o Emily Ballentine eballen@g.clemson.edu ENGR 1020313 Notes 11/6/1711/10/17