The figure below has two thermal capacitances (chambers), C1 and C2.
illustrates a simple thermal system. Thermal resistor R1 separates the two capacitances from its external environment
and the other resistor R2 separates C1 and C2. A heater provides the inlet heat flow to room 1. upper and lower
limits are given as excellent insulators (which can be thought of as infinite thermal resistance).
Derive the mathematical model of the thermal system.
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