Heat transfer problems

Heat transfer problems - 5.37(861 s 5.51(596 K 5.12(984 s...

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3.39 (12.6 W/m, 7.7 W/m); 3.41 (251 W/m, 23.5 o C); 3.61 (13.5 mm, 91%); 3.73 (4.0 x 10 6 W/m 3 , 15.3 W/m-K, 835 o C, 360 o C); 3.92 (51.0 o C, 192 o C);
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3.113 (305 o C, 272 o C); 3.121(a) (151 W/m, 0.96, 0.50 W/m-K, 95.6 o C, 144 W/m, 0.92, 96.0 o C, 450 W/m, 25 o C); 3.127 (17.5 W/m-K)
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5.7 (35.3 W/m2K);
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Unformatted text preview: 5.37 (861 s); 5.51 (596 K); 5.12 (984 s, 273 oC); 5.30 (98.1 oC, 1.67 h); 5.59 (41 s, 115 oC, 40 kW) 6.5 (4/3); 6.21 (1.11), 6.26 (42.5oC); 7.21 (1568 W), 7.38 (0.30 W, 0.81 W); 7.43 (603 K); 7.49 (97 m/s); 7.68 (10.3 W)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2009 for the course ME 304 taught by Professor Any during the Fall '08 term at Clemson.

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