 quantitykind:HeatFlowRate

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The rate of heat flow between two systems is measured in watts (joules per second). The formula for rate of heat flow is $$\bigtriangleup Q / \bigtriangleup t = -K \times A \times \bigtriangleup T/x$$, where $$\bigtriangleup Q / \bigtriangleup t$$ is the rate of heat flow; $$-K$$ is the thermal conductivity factor; A is the surface area; $$\bigtriangleup T$$ is the change in temperature and $$x$$ is the thickness of the material. $$\bigtriangleup T/ x$$ is called the temperature gradient and is always negative because of the heat of flow always goes from more thermal energy to less).

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The rate of heat flow between two systems is measured in watts (joules per second). The formula for rate of heat flow is $$\bigtriangleup Q / \bigtriangleup t = -K \times A \times \bigtriangleup T/x$$, where $$\bigtriangleup Q / \bigtriangleup t$$ is the rate of heat flow; $$-K$$ is the thermal conductivity factor; A is the surface area; $$\bigtriangleup T$$ is the change in temperature and $$x$$ is the thickness of the material. $$\bigtriangleup T/ x$$ is called the temperature gradient and is always negative because of the heat of flow always goes from more thermal energy to less).
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Heat Flow Rate(en)

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