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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/13/11 OneDimensional, Steady State Chapter Thr ee Section 3.1 Class 3 8/13/11 Which graph below shows the temperature distribution, T(x) = a +bx +cx2 through a wall 1 meter long if a = 90, b = 10, and c = 3. A B C D 8/13/11 Onedimensional, steadystate conduction with uniform energy generation occurs in a plane wall with a thickness of 50 mm and a constant thermal conductivity of 5 W/mK . T(x) = a + bx + cx2. At x = 0, T = 120? C and experiences convection for which T& = 20& C and h = 500 W/m2K. The surface at x = L is wellinsulated. Find the heat generation and a, b and c. What does the energy balance reduce to? a) b) c) d) g out in st E E E E + = g out in E E E + = g in E E + = g st E E = 8/13/11 Onedimensional, steadystate conduction with uniform energy generation occurs in a plane wall with a thickness of 50 mm and a constant thermal conductivity of 5 W/mK . T(x) = a + bx + cx2. At x = 0, T = 120K C and experiences convection for which T& = 20& C and h = 500 W/m2K. The surface at x = L is wellinsulated. Find the energy generation and temperature distribution. 8/13/11 Onedimensional, steadystate conduction with uniform energy generation occurs in a plane wall with a thickness of 50 mm and a constant thermal conductivity of 5 W/mK ....
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