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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

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- Tue, 23 Jun 2015 09:17:55 EST 1hLD63BV No.6728
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Literally what is this shit, this is what happens when a professor teaches only the most general fucking cases and expects us to know everything.

I literally don't want anybody doing this for me, I just want to know what direction to head in so I can DO IT MYSELF!!! Just a push in the right direction for how to solve for the temperature profile along the surface.

Thanks.
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M - Wed, 24 Jun 2015 05:41:37 EST 06ISvFUq No.6729 Reply
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Well first of all, try to find a pdf of 'Coulson & Richardson Chemical Engineering Vol. 6' I`m quite sure there is a pdf hanging around on the 'net of the 4th ed.

Also; I drew something up for your, hope it helps.
and units;
Lambda = W/(m*K)
Alpha = W/(m^2*K)
use meters for the thickness d

If you don`t use SI units, fuck you

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