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2D-problrms in finite element method In the preceding sections of this chapter, we have considered radiation as an isolated phenomenon. Energy exchange by radiation is the predominant heat-flow mechanism at high temperatures because the rate of heat flow depends on the fourth power of the absolute temperature. In many practical problems, however, convection and conduction cannot be neglected, and in this section we shall consider problems that involve two or all three modes of heat flow simultaneously.

2D-problrms in finite element method In the preceding sections of this chapter, we have considered radiation as an isolated phenomenon. Energy exchange by radiation is the predominant heat-flow mechanism at high temperatures because the rate of heat flow depends on the fourth power of the absolute temperature. In many practical problems, however, convection and conduction cannot be neglected, and in this section we shall consider problems that involve two or all three modes of heat flow simultaneously.

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In the preceding sections of this chapter, we have considered radiation as an isolated
phenomenon. Energy exchange by radiation is the predominant heat-flow mechanism
at high temperatures because the rate of heat flow depends on the fourth power
of the absolute temperature. In many practical problems, however, convection and
conduction cannot be neglected, and in this section we shall consider problems that
involve two or all three modes of heat flow simultaneously.
In the preceding sections of this chapter, we have considered radiation as an isolated
phenomenon. Energy exchange by radiation is the predominant heat-flow mechanism
at high temperatures because the rate of heat flow depends on the fourth power
of the absolute temperature. In many practical problems, however, convection and
conduction cannot be neglected, and in this section we shall consider problems that
involve two or all three modes of heat flow simultaneously.

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