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Heat transfer through a pond

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nik jain
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Mar18-12, 05:08 AM
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The temperature at the bottom of a pond of depth L IS 4C. The temperature of the air , just above the layer of ice frozen at the pond surface is -2C.
THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF ICE IS THREE TIMES THAT OF WATER

The thickness of the frozen layer of ice must be-
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