This lesson covers the concept of transpiration cooling in the context of transport phenomena of non-Newtonian fluids. It delves into the temperature distribution in a system of transpiration cooling and the heat removal affected by the system. The lesson explains the use of transpiration cooling systems in nuclear reactors to remove heat evolved due to radioactive materials. It also discusses the mathematical derivations involved in understanding the heat transfer and temperature distribution in such systems. The lesson further explains how to calculate the rate of heat removal from the inner sphere as a function of mass rate of flow of the gas. The lesson concludes with an illustrative example problem on transpiration cooling.

Transpiration cooling systems are often used in nuclear reactors to remove heat evolved due to radioactive materials.

The temperature distribution in a system of transpiration cooling and the heat removal affected by the system can be calculated using mathematical derivations.

The rate of heat removal from the inner sphere can be calculated as a function of mass rate of flow of the gas.

The concept of transpiration cooling can be applied to different geometries, such as spherical and cylindrical.

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