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Forced Convection of Ramen Noodles by Human Expiration. a college student’s life made easier by thermal analysis Justin Baker and Cameron Andersen ME 340 Fall 2005 Dr. Vladimir Solovjov. Introduction. Problem Freshly boiled ramen noodles ~95°C

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Forced convection of ramen noodles by human expiration

Forced Convection of Ramen Noodles by Human Expiration

a college student’s life made easier by thermal analysis

Justin Baker and Cameron Andersen

ME 340 Fall 2005

Dr. Vladimir Solovjov


Introduction
Introduction

  • Problem

    • Freshly boiled ramen noodles ~95°C

    • Safe temperature for consumption 53°C

    • Necessary temperature drop ~42°C

  • Possible Solutions

    • Liquid Nitrogen

    • Flux Capacitor

    • Blowing

source: http://www.burnfund.org/dynamic/article_65.shtml


Objective
Objective

  • Determine time required to cool ramen noodles by blowing

  • Experimentally

  • Analytically


Results
Results

  • Analytical

    • Impinging Jet Correlation: ~ 4 seconds

  • Experimental

    • Thermocouple / Matlab: ~ 9 seconds

  • Possible sources of error:

    • Lumped Capacitance

    • Material properties

    • Measurement / Instrumentation


Conclusions and recommendations
Conclusions and Recommendations

  • Blow individual spoonfuls rather than the entire bowl to minimize cooling time


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