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A
40-mm-thick plain wall of thermal conductivity 0.04 W/m-K and of
temperature 304 K is exposed to both cold fluid and surroundings
both at 298 K. The cold fluid and wall provide that the heat
transfer coefficient is 10.5 W/m2-K and the emissivity of the wall
is 0.83. Given that the area of the wall is 1.5m2 If the total heat
transferred is 140.6987W, find the temperature of the other side of
the plain wall

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