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Old   January 20, 2010, 03:24
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please tell me what value of reference temperature should be set to calculate the value of convective heat transfer coefficient. What is the role of Reference temperature. suppose out of the two medium of heat transfer, one is fixed at 300 K and other's temperature is keep on changing from 315 K to 302 K due to heat transfer from first medium. Please help me...
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