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5 % carbon) • Ice • Spruce • Insulation (85 % magnesia) • Silica aerogel Indicate which situations would be unreasonable and why. 4 Explain in words why the heat diﬀusion equation, eqn. 1). 5 A 1 m rod of pure copper 1 cm2 in cross section connects a 200◦ C thermal reservoir with a 0◦ C thermal reservoir. The system has already reached steady state. What are the rates of change of entropy of (a) the ﬁrst reservoir, (b) the second reservoir, (c) the rod, and (d) the whole universe, as a result of the process?
Infrared radiation refers to a particular range of wavelengths, while heat refers to the whole range of radiant energy ﬂowing from one body to another. Suppose that a radiant heat ﬂux, q, falls upon a translucent plate that is not black, as shown in Fig. 14. 14 The distribution of energy incident on a translucent slab. 3 called the reﬂectance, is reﬂected from it; and a fraction, τ, called the transmittance, passes through. 26) All radiant energy incident on a black body is absorbed, so that αb or αλb = 1 and ρb = τb = 0.
The rest are relatively advanced texts or handbooks which go beyond the present textbook. 1] J. Fourier. The Analytical Theory of Heat. , New York, 1955. 2] L. M. K. Boelter, V. H. Cherry, H. A. Johnson, and R. C. Martinelli. Heat Transfer Notes. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1965. Originally issued as class notes at the University of California at Berkeley between 1932 and 1941. 3] M. Jakob. Heat Transfer. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1949. 4] W. H. McAdams. Heat Transmission. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 3rd edition, 1954.