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In steady state conduction, the temperatures at 2 ends of a metal rod of length 25 cm are 100 degree C and 0 degree C. Then the temperature at a point 8 cm from the hot end is....

In steady state conduction, the temperatures at 2 ends of a metal rod of length 25 cm are 100 degree C and 0 degree C. Then the temperature at a point 8 cm from the hot end is....

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Umakant biswal
5359 Points
5 years ago
@ sreenidhi 
as its given in a steady state condition . 
then change in temperature is linearly proportional to its length . 
the temp will be calculated by the following formula 
t = 100 – ( 100-0 /25 * 8 ) 
t = 68 
so, the temp will be 68 degree here . 
|HOPE IT CLEARS YOUR DOUBT 
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