|November 5, 1998, 12:09||
Re: thermophysical properties of ham
Thermal conductivity of:
pork fat (yum yum): 0.15 (W/mK)
lean pork has an orthotropic conductivty perpendicular to fibre: 0.52 (W/mK) parallel to fibre: 0.45 (W/mK)
pig skin (yum yum yummmy):
density is going to be around 1000 (kg/m3)
don't know Cp I'm afraid.
If it's steady state you're interested in you don't need Cp and rho.
Just as a matter of interest .... what are you going to model. Please not the wick effect.
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