Calculate the heat transfer coefficient , Engineering Mathematics

A house wall may be approximated as two 1.2 cm layers of fiber insulating board, a 8 cm layer of loosely packed asbestos, and 10 cm layer of common brick. Assuming convective heat transfer coefficient 12 W/m2. 0C on both side of the wall. Calculate the overall heat transfer for this arrangement.              

 

 

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