# Question Finite Element Analysis IPlease solve the temperatures of the right bottom corner and the right top corner using MATRICES. Will give a thumbs up. its very important!! Problem 4 of 4: The left side of a long metal slab of a rectangular cross section (2 x 1 m2) is maintained at temperature 350°C. The front, back and bottom sides are thermally insulated. The top and right sides are exposed to an atmosphere at To = 18°C. Heat conduction and heat convection coefficients are Kxx = Kyy = 28.0 W/°C.m and h = 10.0 W/°C m2. Determine temperatures at the right bottom corner (point 2) and right top corner (point 3) of the slab's cross section, using two 2D triangular finite elements as shown. To -18°C 350°C 300°C 2 m 777777777777777

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Finite Element Analysis I
Please solve the temperatures of the right bottom corner and the right top corner using MATRICES. Will give a thumbs up. its very important!!

Transcribed Image Text: Problem 4 of 4: The left side of a long metal slab of a rectangular cross section (2 x 1 m2) is maintained at temperature 350°C. The front, back and bottom sides are thermally insulated. The top and right sides are exposed to an atmosphere at To = 18°C. Heat conduction and heat convection coefficients are Kxx = Kyy = 28.0 W/°C.m and h = 10.0 W/°C m2. Determine temperatures at the right bottom corner (point 2) and right top corner (point 3) of the slab's cross section, using two 2D triangular finite elements as shown. To -18°C 350°C 300°C 2 m 777777777777777
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Transcribed Image Text: Problem 4 of 4: The left side of a long metal slab of a rectangular cross section (2 x 1 m2) is maintained at temperature 350°C. The front, back and bottom sides are thermally insulated. The top and right sides are exposed to an atmosphere at To = 18°C. Heat conduction and heat convection coefficients are Kxx = Kyy = 28.0 W/°C.m and h = 10.0 W/°C m2. Determine temperatures at the right bottom corner (point 2) and right top corner (point 3) of the slab's cross section, using two 2D triangular finite elements as shown. To -18°C 350°C 300°C 2 m 777777777777777