convection internal flows, Mechanical Engineering

#queConsider laminar flow in a circular tubewith a fully developed velocity profile.Let the heat be added at a constant rate along the tube from x+ =0 to x+ =0.10 . Thereafter ,let the tube surface be adiabatic.Calculate and plot the tube surface temperature as a function of x+stion..
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