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# A Hole of Radius R1 is Made Centrally in a Uniform Circular Disc of Thickness D and Radius R2. the Inner Surface (A Cylinder a Length D and Radius - Physics

ConceptThermal Expansion of Solids

#### Question

A hole of radius r1 is made centrally in a uniform circular disc of thickness d and radius r2. The inner surface (a cylinder a length d and radius r1) is maintained at a temperature θ1 and the outer surface (a cylinder of length d and radius r2) is maintained at a temperature θ2 (θ1 > θ2). The thermal  conductivity of the material of the disc is K. Calculate the heat flowing per unit time through the disc.

#### Solution Let (d theta)/(dt) be the rate of flow of heat.

Consider an annular ring of radius and thickness dr.

Rate of flow of heat is given by

(d theta)/(dt) = K (2pird)

Rate of flow of heat is constant.

∴ (d theta)/(dt) = i

i = - k ( 2pir.d) (d theta)/(dr)

int_{r_1}^{r_2} dr/r = (2piKd)/l  int_{theta_1}^(theta_2)   d theta

["ln" (r) ]_{r1}^{r2} = (2pikd)/l [ theta_2 - theta 1]

i =(2pikd(theta_2 -theta_1))/("ln"(r_2/r_1)

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Solution A Hole of Radius R1 is Made Centrally in a Uniform Circular Disc of Thickness D and Radius R2. the Inner Surface (A Cylinder a Length D and Radius Concept: Thermal Expansion of Solids.
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