Steady state temperature, Mechanical Engineering

Is it possible for the steady state temperature profile in a plane wall to be nonlinear at steady state? If yes, provide one example.

Solution: Steady state temperature profile in a plane wall can be non linear. Eg – in the case where conductivity of wall is not constant.

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