Heat transfer, Physics

You just need to use numerical methods to find temperature distribution in two or three dimensional plate; cylinder, sphere or you can model heat flow in any geometry with boundary conditions.  You need to use MatLab or others Languages to start solving heat conduction convection problems.

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