I need create a math model to predict the temperature of a copper pipe with hot air flowing through based on the temperature of the air, properties of the air and copper, and the surface area of contact between the air and the pipe. The pipe will start cold but I will be looking to the temperature after the pipe has reached an equilibrium temperature. I've been trying to make use of Newton's law of cooling but I am not sure that is the law I should be using. Does anyone have any recommendations for how I might accomplish this?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How to calculate temperature of a pipe with hot air flowing though?

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