For a long circular tube of inner and outer radii

For a long circular tube of inner and outer radii r1 and r2, respectively, uniform temperatures T1 and T2 are maintained at the inner and outer surfaces, while thermal energy generation is occurring within the tube wall (r1 < r < r2). Consider steady-state conditions for which T1. > T2. Is it possible to maintain a linear radial temperature distribution in the wall? If so, what special conditions must exist?

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