The lowest natural temperature ever recorded on the Earth was
The lowest natural temperature ever recorded on the Earth was at Vostok, a Russian Antarctic station, when a temperature of – 89.4 oC (–89.4oC) was recorded on July 21, 1983. Atypical person has a body temperature of, 37.0oC skin tissue 0.0250 m thick, and a total skin surface area of 1.50 m2.
(a) What would be the rate of heat loss of a naked human?
(b) What would be the rate of heat loss of a human wearing a 0.100-m-thick goose down jacket and pants capable of covering the whole body?
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