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Newtons Law of Cooling at x transfer with a fluid at temperature T, was given in class by the boundary condition 1, a, corresponding to convective heat дх Suppose the temperature at x a is greater than the ambient temperature T. Is the flux q(a, t) then positive or negative? What about the temperature gradient r a, t) (positive or negative)? Do these signs make physical sense (explain)?Newton's Law of Cooling at , corresponding to convective heat transfer with a fluid at temperature , was given in class by the boundary condition:

Suppose the temperature at is greater than the ambient temperature . Is the flux then positive or negative? What about the temperature gradient (positive or negative)? Do these signs make physical sense (explain)?

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