An uninsulated, thin-walled pipe of 100-mm diameter is used to

An uninsulated, thin-walled pipe of 100-mm diameter is used to transport water to equipment that operates outdoors and uses the water as a coolant. During particularly harsh winter conditions, the pipe wall achieves a temperature of -15°C and a cylindrical layer of ice forms on the inner surface of the wall. If the mean water temperature is 3°C and a convection coefficient of 2000 W/m2 ∙ K is maintained at the inner surface of the ice, which is at O°C, what is the thickness of the ice layer?

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