Calculate the temperature distribution in the channel, Physics

Water at 10 Celsius flows at uniform velocity of 0.1 m/sec into a parallel plate channel, which is wide in the third direction. The parallel plates are at 20 Celsius and are 1.0 cm apart. Calculate the temperature distribution in the channel and determine the distance at which the thermal field may be assumed to be fully developed.

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