# Heating of Bodies in a Limited Volume of Well-Stirred Fluid

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Consider long cylinders of radius placed in a limited volume of well-stirred fluid. The uniform temperature of the fluid varies because heat is exchanged by convection with the long cylinders. Initially the fluid and the bodies are at dimensionless temperatures equal to 1 and 0, respectively.

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Contributed by: Housam Binous (March 2011)

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Reference: M. D. Mikhailov and M. N. Özisik, *Unified Analysis and Solutions of Heat and Mass Diffusion*, New York: Dover, 1994.

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