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heat transfer coefficient

heat transfer coefficient

heat transfer coefficient

How to estimate convective heat transfer coefficient in an oven ?
what are the general steps ? any ideas please

RE: heat transfer coefficient

Yes I couldn't get it

RE: heat transfer coefficient

Yup the original name had a "#" in it. To download it, replace the "#" with %23

See https://www.urlencoder.io/learn/ for a chart.

I have no idea why the website doesn't convert the names or allow them to be uploaded.

RE: heat transfer coefficient

The British unit for convective heat transfer coefficient is in the following form
BTU/(hr-sq.ft-dF.). The tables presented by moideen do not reflect the form that I am showing. the tables by moideen show the recommended heat input in BTU/hr.
My recommendation is either reference the information needed either in heat transfer text book, mechanical engineering or chemical engineering handbooks. you can also research the internet.

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