## < 11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Radial Heat flowing through a cylinder
Change in Internal Energy of the system
Internal Energy=Number of Moles*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume*Temperature Difference GO
Specific heat at constant volume
Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume=Heat change/(Number of Moles*Temperature Difference) GO
Enthalpy of the system
Enthalpy=Number of Moles*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*Temperature Difference GO
Heat Transfer in an Isobaric Process
Heat=Number of Moles*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*Temperature Difference GO
Heat Transfer in an Isochoric Process
Heat=Number of Moles*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume*Temperature Difference GO
Partial pressure of Water Vapour
partial pressure=Pressure of Gas*1.8*Atmospheric Pressure*Temperature Difference/2700 GO
Heat Rate
Heat Rate=Steam Flow*Specific Heat Capacity*Temperature Difference GO
Work done in an isobaric process
Work =Number of Moles*[R]*Temperature Difference GO
Specific heat
Specific heat=Heat*(Mass*Temperature Difference) GO
Current Density when Conductivity is Given
Current Density=Electric Field*conductivity GO

## < 5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Heat Transfer Through Plane Wall or Surface
Heat Rate=-Thermal Conductivity*Original cross sectional area*(Outside Temperature-Inside Temperature)/Width GO
Heat Energy when an electric potential difference, the electric current and time taken
Heat Rate=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current*Time Taken to Travel GO
Heat Energy when an electric potential difference, time taken, and resistance through a conductor is given
Heat Rate=Electric Potential Difference^2*Time Taken to Travel/Resistance GO
Heat Rate
Heat Rate=Steam Flow*Specific Heat Capacity*Temperature Difference GO
Heat generated through resistance
Heat Rate=Electric Current^2*Resistance*Time GO

### Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law Formula

Heat Rate=-(conductivity*Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow*(Temperature Difference/Thickness of Solid Body))
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## State Fourier's law.

Fourier’s law states that the negative gradient of temperature and the time rate of heat transfer is proportional to the area at right angles of that gradient through which the heat flows. Fourier’s law is the other name of the law of heat conduction.

## How to Calculate Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law?

Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law calculator uses Heat Rate=-(conductivity*Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow*(Temperature Difference/Thickness of Solid Body)) to calculate the Heat Rate, Heat Transfer according to Fourier's Law states that the negative gradient of temperature and the time rate of heat transfer is proportional to the area at right angles of that gradient through which the heat flows. Heat Rate and is denoted by Q symbol.

How to calculate Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law, enter Temperature Difference (dT), conductivity (σ), Thickness of Solid Body (dx) and Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow (A) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law calculation can be explained with given input values -> -0.0001 = -(0.1*0.005*(20/0.1)).

### FAQ

What is Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law?
Heat Transfer according to Fourier's Law states that the negative gradient of temperature and the time rate of heat transfer is proportional to the area at right angles of that gradient through which the heat flows and is represented as Q=-(σ*A*(dT/dx)) or Heat Rate=-(conductivity*Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow*(Temperature Difference/Thickness of Solid Body)). Temperature Difference is the measure of the hotness or the coldness of an object, Conductivity is the measure of the ease at which an electric charge or heat can pass through a material. A conductor is a material which gives very little resistance to the flow of an electric current or thermal energy. Materials are classified as metals, semiconductors, and insulators, The thickness of solid body is the width of the solid body under consideration and Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow is the cross sectional area that is perpendicular to the direction of heat.
How to calculate Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law?
Heat Transfer according to Fourier's Law states that the negative gradient of temperature and the time rate of heat transfer is proportional to the area at right angles of that gradient through which the heat flows is calculated using Heat Rate=-(conductivity*Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow*(Temperature Difference/Thickness of Solid Body)). To calculate Heat Transfer According to Fourier's Law, you need Temperature Difference (dT), conductivity (σ), Thickness of Solid Body (dx) and Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow (A). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Temperature Difference, conductivity, Thickness of Solid Body and Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Heat Rate?
In this formula, Heat Rate uses Temperature Difference, conductivity, Thickness of Solid Body and Area Perpendicular to Heat Flow. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Heat Rate=Steam Flow*Specific Heat Capacity*Temperature Difference
• Heat Rate=Electric Current^2*Resistance*Time
• Heat Rate=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current*Time Taken to Travel
• Heat Rate=Electric Potential Difference^2*Time Taken to Travel/Resistance
• Heat Rate=-Thermal Conductivity*Original cross sectional area*(Outside Temperature-Inside Temperature)/Width Let Others Know