Heat resistance

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The Attempt at a Solution


I thought this question should use :
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, but the solution manual used
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instead, which 1/2 is missing... may I know what the 1/2 account for and why doesn't we need to multiply the equation by 1/2 ?
thank you
 

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The Attempt at a Solution


I thought this question should use :View attachment 230458, but the solution manual usedView attachment 230459 instead, which 1/2 is missing... may I know what the 1/2 account for and why doesn't we need to multiply the equation by 1/2 ?

Since the the parts ##A## and ##B## of the pipe are only "half-pipes", their surfaces are halved resulting in a doubled thermal resistance (and the ##2## in the denominateor vanishes).
 

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