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1) that if k varies linearly with T , and if heat transfer is plane and steady, then q = k∆T /L, with k evaluated at the average temperature in the plane. If heat transfer is not planar or if k is not simply A + BT , it can be much more diﬃcult to specify a single accurate eﬀective value of k. If ∆T is not large, one can still make a reasonably accurate approximation using a constant average value of k. 3 The temperature dependence of the thermal conductivity of liquids and gases that are either saturated or at 1 atm pressure.
1 The heat diﬀusion equation Objective We must now develop some ideas that will be needed for the design of heat exchangers. The most important of these is the notion of an overall heat transfer coeﬃcient. This is a measure of the general resistance of a heat exchanger to the ﬂow of heat, and usually it must be built up from analyses of component resistances. In particular, we must know how to predict h and how to evaluate the conductive resistance of bodies more complicated than plane passive walls.
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