Heat Transfer Coefficient
The Heat Transfer Coefficient can be defined as the coefficient of heat flux (that is, heat flow per unit area) divided by the temperature difference.
In the International System of Units, heat transfer coefficient is measured in watts per squared meter-kelvin (W/(m²·K)).
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