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Nash, P. and Gregsten, M.J., 1952. THE RADIAL TEMPERATURE GRADIENT ACROSS THE WALLS OF CYLINDRICAL PIPES CONTAINING HEATED FLUIDS. Fire Research Notes 13
The loss of heat to the surroundings by radiation and convection from the outer surface of a cylindrical pipe containing a heated fluid is accompanied by a radial flow of heat from the inner to the outer surface of the pipe. This report describes a simple graphical method of evaluating the temperature difference between these surfaces when thermal equilibrium has been established.
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