Hi all, new to this forum. I'm a member of University of Illinois at Chicago's Formula SAE team. I'm making the heat shield for our formula car and I was wondering if you guys and gals could help me with a heat transfer problem. We want to figure out what the temperature will be on the other side of a heat shield over our exhaust header. We have: header temperature (600 deg. F) header size (roughly a .25m^2 box) distance from the header to the heat shield (30 cm) size and thickness of the heat shield (1m^2, 1mm thick) and the thermal conductivity (167 w/m-k) of the heat shield material (Al 6061). How can I go about finding what the temperature would be on the surface of the other side of the heat shield? Apologies if this is in the wrong forum. Thanks for any help!