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• #### Lecture - 4.1 Fourier’s law: examples

EXAMPLE 4.1A: HEAT CONDUCTION THROUGH A MUG WALL (MEDIUM) If you drink coffee or tea, heat is lost to the...
• #### Lecture - 4.1 Fourier’s law: exercise 1 (example)

In 1822, Fourier used empirical data to produce a groundbreaking treatise, in which it is stated that the rate of...
• #### Lecture - 4.1 Fourier’s law: exercise 2 (example)

This second exercise is about a CEO living in a hot country near the equator. She is trying to decide...
• #### Lecture - 4.1 Fourier’s law: exercise 3 (example)

ELECTRICAL WIRING Electrical wiring is used all over the world to easily transport energy from place to place. A disadvantage...
• #### Lecture - 4.1 Fourier’s law: answers

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• #### Lecture - 4.1 Fourier’s law: ending

In conclusion, Fourier’s law can be used in order to obtain the heat flow through simple geometries. You should now...
• #### Lecture - 3.2 Stokes’ law: introduction

As you have seen in the previous section, the drag force is very much dependent on the shape of an...
• #### Lecture - 3.2 Stokes’ law: spark

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• #### Lecture - 3.2 Stokes’ law: theory

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• #### Lecture - 3.2 Stokes’ law: examples

EXAMPLE 3.2A: CALCULATING DRAG FORCE WITH STOKES' LAW (ELEMENTARY) Imagine a sphere with fluid flowing around it. Can you calculate...