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 HM 240.06 Heat Transfer
 Technical Description

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The HM 240.06 Heat Transfer Model, designed as an accessory for the HM 240, is used for the experimental investigation of heat transfer from a heated rod to an air flow. It comprises a rod oven and a copper specimen. The copper rod is heated in the oven to approx. 110°C, before it is placed in the HM 240 Computer Linked Air Flow Bench. A temperature sensor is built into the specimen; this is connected to the oven and from there transmits its measured data to the HM 240.01 Data Logging Unit. By measuring the cooling curve in a flow of air, the coefficient of heat transfer can be determined.

Learning Objectives / Experiments
Together with the HM 240 and HM 240.01, the following experiments are possible:
· Measuring a cooling curve
· Determination of the coefficient of heat transfer from the cooling curve
 Features
Forced convection at a heater element in a flow of air
 Specification [1] Model for convective heat transfer in a pipe with a flow of air[2] Rod oven lxwxh 350x250x150mm[3] Copper specimen with integrated temperature sensor[4] Heating up to approx. 110°C[5] 230V, ~50Hz Technical Data Heater power 100WSpecimen:Copper rod, length 120mmDiameter 20mm Dimensions and Weight Rod oven lxwxh : 350 x 250 x 150 mmWeight : approx. 3 kg Scope of Delivery 1 heat transfer model, 1 instruction manual Order Details 070.24006 HM 240.06 Heat Transfer