A large plate of stainless steel with thickness of 5 cm and thermal conductivity of k = 15 W/ m-C is


A extensive platter of snowy steel delay pinguitude of 5 cm and thermal conductivity of k = 15 W/ m-C is subjected to an inner homogeneous heat generation throughout the

platter at perpetual rebuke of Q = 10 106 W/ m3. One cause of the platter is maintained at 0 C by ice insinuate, and the other cause is subjected to convection to an environment at Tx = 35 C, delay heat transplant coefficient h = 40 W/ m2- C, as shown in Figure P13–14. Use two parts in a restricted part mould to love the temperatures at each surface and in the average of the platter’s pinguitude. Assume a one-dimensional heat transplant through the platter.