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# Solid—Fluid Systems with Simple, Continuous Interface

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## Abstract

When the assumption of local thermal equilibrium between the *solid* and the *fluid* is not valid, i.e., when the main heat transfer is between the two adjacent phases, the *two-medium* treatment of the heat transfer is needed. In this chapter interfacial geometries that are *simple* and *continuous* (as compared to discrete, which is discussed in Chapter 5), such as planar and curved surfaces, are considered.

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Heat Transfer Nusselt Number Heat Transfer Rate Heat Mass Transfer Local Nusselt Number
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