A steel pipe having an inside diameter of 1.88 cm and a wall thickness of 0.4 cm is subjected to inside and outside surface temperature of 367 K and 345 K, respectively. Thermal conductivity of steel pipe is 43 W/mK.
(a) Find the heat flow rate perimeter of pipe length in W/m.
(b) Find the heat flux based on both inside and outside surface areas.
The question belongs to Chemical Engineering and it is deals with calculation of heat flow of a heated steel pipe and the heat flux based on inside and outside surface areas. The solution has detailed calculations.
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