steady state conditions and the thermal equilibrium state, Mechanical Engineering

What is a difference between the steady state conditions and the thermal equilibrium state?

In steady state condition, temperatures are constant although heat transfer is taking place. In a thermal equilibrium, heat transfer is not taking place and temperatures are constant.
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