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- K depends on temperature. K varies with temperature. For all the materials we have a tabular data of K for different temperatures.

While calculating Q for which temperature K value has to be taken?

Which K value is valid?

We know that,

Conduction Heat Transfer Q = KA(t2-t1)/thickness

K is the coefficient of thermal conductivity. If T2 = 1020°C and T1= 22°C also consider we know A and thickness value.

K depends on temperature. K varies with temperature. For all the materials we have a tabular data of K for different temperatures.

While calculating Q for which temperature K value has to be taken?

Which K value is valid?

Conduction Heat Transfer Q = KA(t2-t1)/thickness

K is the coefficient of thermal conductivity. If T2 = 1020°C and T1= 22°C also consider we know A and thickness value.

K depends on temperature. K varies with temperature. For all the materials we have a tabular data of K for different temperatures.

While calculating Q for which temperature K value has to be taken?

Which K value is valid?