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Mechanical EngineeringQ&A LibraryThe side of a home can be modeled as a plane wall. The wall is 12 centimeters thick. If the outdoor temperature is 30oC and the indoor temperature is 220C, what is the temperature in the wall 1 cm from the inside surface? Assume a steady-state temperature distribution. Draw a schematic or diagram. Show all calculations.Question

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The side of a home can be modeled as a plane wall. The wall is 12 centimeters thick. If the outdoor temperature is 30oC and the indoor temperature is 220C, what is the temperature in the wall 1 cm from the inside surface? Assume a steady-state temperature distribution. Draw a schematic or diagram. Show all calculations.

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