anonymous
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A Prof. gave us an upcoming Heat Transfer exam ahead of time, but with some blanks on the exam. Here it is....
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Part a) he will probably ask what the temperature of it is after the first 30min period. For this im thinking using T=c1 + c2e^(-theta/time constant)
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Part b) he will probably ask what is the total heat transferred, q, for the 7-730 period...

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For part b i am thinking q=hAdT but we do not have h. So maybe use Nu=hl/k?

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