Convection heat transfer, Chemical Engineering

An enclosure haves Helium at a pressure of 1.3 atm and has two vertical heating surfaces, which are keeps at 80 and 20 oC respectively. The vertical surfaces are 40x40 cm and are splited by a gap of 2cm. Determine the free convection heat transfer among the vertical surfaces

 

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