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A 2-m long section of a 3-mm in diamter wire is maintained at a constant surface temperature of 370C. The wire is subject to a cross-flow of air at 30C at 6 m/s

Determine the rate of heat transfer from wire

If air mass flow rate over the entire wire is 0.15 kg/s determone the air temperture gain
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