.005 m of Ice is in contact with .0015 m of Aluminum. The temp of the Ice is -10.0 degrees C, and the temp of the Aluminum is -25.0 degrees C.
I need to calculate the heat per second per square meter that is conducted through the Ice - Aluminum combination
The equation for the conduction of heat through a Material is (see attachment) Q= ((kA Change in T)t)/L
I know that the answer needs to be in J/(s*m^2), but I am unsure how to get to that point.
Thanks for any help!
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