Jim Grant Forum Moderator 119 Posts
Re: Heat transfer through vessel walls5 February 2009 at 1:29pm
Heat transfer through a vessel wall is comprised of the sum of at least three different resistances: Inside film heat transfer, Outside film heat transfer and conduction through the wall. The conduction through the wall for a planar surface is simply k/x where k represents the thermal conductivity of the wall and x is the thickness.
How do you estimate the heat transfer through a vessel wall?
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