Thermal Conductivity Equation Calculator

Thermodynamics and Fourier's Law Formulas


Solving for thermal conductivity constant.
thermal conductivity constant

Inputs:

heat transfer rate or flux (qx)
distance or length (x)
temperature differential (ΔT) in Celcius
unitless

Conversions:

heat transfer rate or flux (qx)
= 0
= 0
calorie/centimeter^2-second
distance or length (x)
= 0
= 0
centimeter
temperature differential (ΔT) in Celcius
= 0
= 0

Solution:

thermal conductivity constant (KT)
= NOT CALCULATED

Other Units:


Change Equation
Select to solve for a different unknown
heat transfer rate or fluxheat transfer rate or flux
thermal conductivity constantthermal conductivity constant
temperature differentialtemperature differential
distancedistance or length

References - Books:
Martin Wanielista, Robert Kersten and Ron Eaglin. 1997. Hydrology Water Quantity and Quality Control. John Wiley & Sons. 2nd ed.
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