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A copper rod and an aluminum rod of the same length and cross-sectional area are attached end to end. The copper end is placed in a furnace which is maintained at a constant temperature of 279oC. The aluminum end is placed in an ice bath held at constant temperature of 0.0oC. Calculate the temperature (in degrees Celsius) at the point where the two rods are joined. The thermal conductivity of copper is 380 J/(s m Co) and that of aluminum is 200 J/(s m Co).
I need an equation or somethin... I have no clue. Please help!
I need an equation or somethin... I have no clue. Please help!