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Modrisco89
Looks like I'm not out tench yet, so I'm assuming it should be in watts per kelvin for the k value, thermal conductance of air perhaps?
Start with a value of k equal to the surface area times 10 ##\frac{W}{m^2.C}##.Modrisco89 said:Looks like I'm not out tench yet, so I'm assuming it should be in watts per kelvin for the k value, thermal conductance of air perhaps?
Chestermiller said:Start with a value of k equal to the surface area times 10 ##\frac{W}{m^2.C}##.
The initial condition is ##T=T_0## at time t = 0.Modrisco89 said:Can I ask one question, when you solved that DE, what were your initial conditions? I assumed it to be T(0) would it be something else? like k(Ta-To)?
Modrisco89 said:Can I ask one question, when you solved that DE, what were your initial conditions? I assumed it to be T(0) would it be something else? like T(0)-Ta?
Ya I thought that made sense, I'll have to double triple check my maths and find out why the LTM is not working for me, thanksChestermiller said:The initial condition is ##T=T_0## at time t = 0.