A solar heat flux q s is incident on a sidewalk whose thermal conductivity is k, solar absorptivity is as,
A solar heat flux q·s is incident on a sidewalk whose thermal conductivity is k, solar absorptivity is as, and convective heat transfer coefficient is h. Taking the positive x direction to be towards the sky and disregarding radiation exchange with the surroundings surfaces, the correct boundary condition for this sidewalk surface is
The correct boundary condition for heat conduction through a surface can be derived using Fourier s …View the full answer
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