PROBLEM 3.71KNOWN:Temperature distribution in a composite wall.FIND:(a) Relative magnitudes of interfacial heat fluxes, (b) Relative magnitudes of thermalconductivities, and (c) Heat flux as a function of distance x.SCHEMATIC:ASSUMPTIONS:(1) Steady-state conditions, (2) One-dimensional conduction, (3) Constantproperties.ANALYSIS:(a) For the prescribed conditions (one-dimensional, steady-state, constant k),the parabolic temperature distribution in C implies the existence of heat generation. Hence,since dT/dx increaseswith decreasingx, the heat flux in C
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