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The convection resistance l/(h,Ax) has units of KIW. If t, > t,, heat transfers from the fluid to the surface, and q is written as just q = h,A,(t, - t,). Resistance is the same, but the sign of the temperature difference is reversed. For heat transfer to be considered convection, fluid in contact with the surface must be in motion; if not, the mode of heat transfer is conduction. , fan, pump, wind), it is forced convection. If fluid motion results from buoyant forces caused by the surface being warmer or cooler than the fluid, it is free (or natural) convection.

3 Heat Transfer Rate 4, t, P I = kA,-t l -t2 L Thermal Resistance L kA, Thermal Circuit Overall Resistance and Heat Transfer Coefficient In Equation (1) for conduction in a slab, Equation (4) for radiative heat transfer rate between two surfaces, and Equation (2) for convective heat transfer rate from a surface, the heat transfer rate is expressed as a temperature difference divided by a thermal resistance. Using the electrical resistance analogy, with temperature difference and heat transfer rate instead of potential difference and current, respectively, tools for solving series electrical resistance circuits can also be applied to heat transfer circuits.

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