1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Heat is convected away from an object at the rate given by the following formula: ΔQ / Δt = h*A*ΔT Calculate the rate of convective heat loss in watts for an unclothed person standing in air at 23°C. Assume that the skin temperature is 34°C and that the body surface area is 1.5m2. Calculate for the following air speed: h = 12 w/m2 - °C ; air speed = 1m / sec. (h is a coefficient that depends on the shape and the orientation of the object.) 2. Relevant equations ΔQ / Δt = h*A*ΔT 3. The attempt at a solution Our teacher gave us this a problem to work on at home. Before solving, I tried to find all my known variables, but I don't understand where I would get some of the values of these variables from the above information. This includes the difference in time. Any help and explanation on this problem would be very helpful. I was given 3 more values to plug in for h and wind speed, so If I learn how to do this one, I'm sure I can figure out the rest of them.