Estimate the time require to cool the aluminum, Mechanical Engineering

A piece of Al weighing 6 kg and initially at a temperature of 300OC is suddenly immersed in a fluid at a temperature of 20OC. The convectice heat transfer coefficient is 58 W/m2. 0C.       Taking the Aluminum as a sphere having the same weight as that given, estimate the time require to cool the aluminum to 90 0C using the lumped-capacity method of analysis.                                    

 

 

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