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The Conductive Heat Transfer Calculator will calculate the:

- Heat transferred during conduction

**Conductive Heat Transfer Calculation Restrictions:** Medium is assumed as uniform and its thickness is considered as constant.

The heat transferred during conduction is J |

Heat energy transferred during conduction calculations |
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Q = K × A × t × (T_{2} - T_{1})/dQ = × × × ( - )/dQ = × × × /dQ = /dQ = |

Conductive Heat Transfer Calculator Input Values |

Area of the solid object (A) = m^{2} |

Thickness of solid object (d) = m |

Initial temperature of object (T_{1}) = K |

Final temperature of object (T_{2}) = K |

Coefficient of thermal conduction (K) = W/m∙K |

Flowing time of heat energy through object (t) = s |

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Q = *K × A × t × (T*_{2} - T_{1})*/**d*

The heat energy transferred during conduction formula is obtain by rearranging the formula of heat transfer rate during conduction

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