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The problem is that of assessing whether or not k is approximately constant in the range of interest. We could safely take k to be a constant for iron between 0◦ and 40◦ C (see Fig. 2), but we would incur error between −100◦ and 800◦ C. 1) that if k varies linearly with T , and if heat transfer is plane and steady, then q = k∆T /L, with k evaluated at the average temperature in the plane. If heat transfer is not planar or if k is not simply A + BT , it can be much more diﬃcult to specify a single accurate eﬀective value of k.
The heat conduction component of most heat exchanger problems is more complex than the simple planar analyses done in Chapter 1. To do such analyses, we must next derive the heat conduction equation and learn to solve it. Consider the general temperature distribution in a three-dimensional body as depicted in Fig. 1. For some reason (heating from one side, in this case), there is a space- and time-dependent temperature ﬁeld in the body. 1 A three-dimensional, transient temperature ﬁeld. isothermal surfaces, T1 , T2 , and so on.
A heat transfer textbook by Lienhard J.H.