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I would like to confirm if heat-transfer coefficient α units in SI areW/m2 K. I have to use heat-transfer coefficient α in this formula:

Heat-transfer resistance: 1/k = δ/λ + 1/α

Where δ is material thickness and λ is thermal conductivity

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# What is heat-transfer coefficient alpha

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