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I know you need to find (q/L)rad and (q/L)convection but I'm having trouble figuring out h, the convection coefficient. can anyone help?

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I know you need to find (q/L)rad and (q/L)convection but I'm having trouble figuring out h, the convection coefficient. can anyone help?

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See if this web site helps:

http://www.thermal-wizard.com/tmwiz/default.htm

http://www.thermal-wizard.com/tmwiz/default.htm

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I know you need to find (q/L)rad and (q/L)convection but I'm having trouble figuring out h, the convection coefficient. can anyone help?

For working in a plant and doing a project, that sure sounds like the wording of a schoolwork question...

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For working in a plant and doing a project, that sure sounds like the wording of a schoolwork question...

haha wish it was. Finally figured it out, after reading my heat transfer book from a few years ago (thank you very much ), you just have to find the reynolds number and use that to find the Nusselt's number which gives you h.

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Glad you figured it out. Q_Goest is the guy to thank in this case.

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