Heat is generated uniformly in a 4cmdiameter, 12cmlong solid bar (k = 2.4 W/mK). The temperatures at
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Heat is generated uniformly in a 4cmdiameter, 12cmlong solid bar (k = 2.4 W/m·K). The temperatures at the center and at the surface of the bar are measured to be 210°C and 45°C, respectively. The rate of heat generation within the bar is
(a) 597 W
(b) 760 W
(c) 826 W
(d) 928 W
(e) 1020 W
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