Welcome to our comprehensive collection of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on Steady State Conduction, a fundamental topic in the field of Heat Transfer. Whether you're preparing for competitive exams, honing your problem-solving skills, or simply looking to enhance your abilities in this field, our Steady State Conduction MCQs are designed to help you grasp the core concepts and excel in solving problems.

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Q11.
In case of homogeneous plane wall, there is a linear temperature distribution given by
Answer: (d).t = t₁ + (t₂-t₁) x/ δ
Q12.
The rate of convective heat transfer between a solid boundary and adjacent fluid is given by
Answer: (a).Q = h A (ts – tf)
Q13.
A homogeneous wall of area A and thickness δ has left and right hand surface temperatures of 0 degree Celsius and 40 degree Celsius. Determine the temperature at the center of the wall
Q14.
A rod of 3 cm diameter and 20 cm length is maintained at 100 degree Celsius at one end and 10 degree Celsius at the other end. These temperature conditions are attained when there is heat flow rate of 6 W. If cylindrical surface of the rod is completely insulated, determine the thermal conductivity of the rod material
Q15.
A composite wall generally consists of
Q16.
Three metal walls of same thickness and cross sectional area have thermal conductivities k, 2k and 3k respectively. The temperature drop across the walls (for same heat transfer) will be in the ratio