I have derived a few equations to determine temp distribution through pipe wall in subsea conditions.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

However I am finding it difficult to determine what the wall temperature will be. I need to know and use this temperature to further my analysis.

As of now I know the following parameters:

-Fluid temperature within pipe = 66 degrees

-Ambient temperature = 4 degrees

-Wall thickness = 12.7mm

-Inner radius = 0.1905

Could you recommend a way I can determine the inner wall temperature? or point me in the right direction.

Without this wall temp I am also unable to calculate heat flow rate or convection coefficients for inner and outer fluid.

Many thanks

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