Prepairing for a test and this one came up that's confusing me.
A spherical object, water cooled, with a diameter of 10 milimeters and ε = 0,9 is kept at 353 degrees Kelvin, when placed in a very large furnace where a vacuum is formed and which walls are kept at 673 degrees kelvin.
What's the Transfered heat exchange (same as heat flux I think) by the furnace walls into the object?
q =A ε σ T4
q =A ε σ (Ts4 - To4)
hr = A ε σ (Ts4 + To4)(Ts + To)
Ts - Surface temperature
To - object temperature
The Attempt at a Solution
I know from the solution is 3,04 W. But I don't know how to get there.
At first it seemed very straight forward since I'm given all the data to just replace the values in the formula. I've tried that but the value is always different from the solution.
What confuses me is that what is asked is the transferred heat exchange from the walls to the object not the other way arround.
Would really apreciate some help on this.