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exam1_sol - If t 0, i.e., if the transverse dimension of...

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Problem 3 Ignore the nomenclature Bi. If the transverse temperature gradient is to be negligible, T s (x)-T o (x) → 0 (which means that the surface temperature is very close to the centerline temperature at any given x- location). In other words, the parameter ht/k → 0 (i.e., should be very small.).
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Unformatted text preview: If t 0, i.e., if the transverse dimension of the extended surface is very small, this criterion is satisfied. Hence, we show that if the thickness of an extended surface is small, one-dimensional assumption is valid. (You could also say that if k is very high, the condition is satisfied)...
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