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# Question 4: A bar 10 cm long and 5 mm in thickness extends straight from a...

Question 4: A bar 10 cm long and 5 mm in thickness extends straight from a molding at 212.5 °C. The bar is in an air with ?∞ = 32.5°C and h = 30 W/m2 .K. Calculate the temperature of the bar 20, 40, and 80 mm from the molding? (The rod material is brass)

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