 # Heat Transfer In this project, you will perform analysis on a two-...

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Tb = 250;
Tair = 25;
L=0.05;
W=0.01;
t = 0.01;
k=200;
%% h = 400
h1=400;

Ac=W*t; %% consider unit cross section
p=2*(W+t); %% perimeter
M=sqrt(h1*p*k*Ac)*(Tb-Tair);
m=sqrt((h1*p)/(k*Ac));
U=M*tanh(m*L);

qf1=M*(sinh(m*L)+h1*cosh(m*L)/(m*k))/(cosh(m*L)+h1*sinh(m*L)/(m*k))
Ttip1=(Tb-Tair)*(1/(cosh(m*L)+h1*sinh(m*L)/(m*k)))+Tair%% h = 400
h1=400;

Ac=W*t; %% consider unit cross section
p=2*(W+t); %% perimeter
M=sqrt(h1*p*k*Ac)*(Tb-Tair);
m=sqrt((h1*p)/(k*Ac));
U=M*tanh(m*L);

qf1=M*(sinh(m*L)+h1*cosh(m*L)/(m*k))/(cosh(m*L)+h1*sinh(m*L)/(m*k))
Ttip1=(Tb-Tair)*(1/(cosh(m*L)+h1*sinh(m*L)/(m*k)))+Tair;

%% h = 4000
h2=4000;

Ac=W*t; %% consider unit cross section
p=2*(W+t); %% perimeter
M=sqrt(h2*p*k*Ac)*(Tb-Tair);
m=sqrt((h2*p)/(k*Ac));
U=M*tanh(m*L);

qf2=M*(sinh(m*L)+h2*cosh(m*L)/(m*k))/(cosh(m*L)+h2*sinh(m*L)/(m*k))
Ttip2=(Tb-Tair)*(1/(cosh(m*L)+h2*sinh(m*L)/(m*k)))+Tair

%% h = 400
h3=40000;

Ac=W*t; %% consider unit cross section
p=2*(W+t); %% perimeter
M=sqrt(h3*p*k*Ac)*(Tb-Tair);
m=sqrt((h3*p)/(k*Ac));
U=M*tanh(m*L...

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