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Heat transfer coefficient
also called Q

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  1. - ΔQ = heat input or heat lost, Joules

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  2. in thermodynamics and in mechanical and chemical engineering, is used in calculating the heat transfer, typically by convection or phase change between a fluid and a solid

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  3. where From the above equation, the heat transfer coefficient is the proportionality coefficient between the heat flux, Q/(AΔt), and the thermodynamic driving force for the flow of heat (i.e., the temperature difference, ΔT)

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  4. has SI units in watts per meter squared-kelvin (W/(m2K))

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  5. can be thought of as an inverse of thermal resistance

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