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# Effects of Convection in Heat Transfer

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## Abstract

When there is a velocity field present in the problem domain, heat is transported by the medium of convection as well as diffusion. The differential equation governing convective-diffusive heat transfer is reproduced here from Chapter 2.

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Heat Transfer Finite Element Analysis Courant Number Heat Transfer Figure Lump Mass Matrix
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