ch18-p072 - 72. (a) We denote TH = 100C, TC = 0C, the...

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72. (a) We denote T H = 100°C, T C = 0°C, the temperature of the copper-aluminum junction by T 1 . and that of the aluminum-brass junction by T 2 . Then, cond 1 1 2 2 ()( )() . ca b H c kA PT T T T T T LL L =− = = We solve for T 1 and T 2 to obtain 1 0.00 C 100 C 100 C 84.3 C 1 ( )/ 1 401(235 109)/[(235)(109)]
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