*Data courtesy of Thermon Manufacturing Co. fExternal surface of tubing or side of panel coil facing tank.

{For tubing, the coefficients are more dependent upon tightness of the coil against the tank than upon either fluid. The low end of the range is recommended. NOTE: To convert British thermal units per hour-square foot-degrees Fahrenheit to joules per square meter-second-kelvins, multiply by 5.6783; to convert inches to meters, multiply by 0.0254; and to convert pounds-force per square inch to kilopascals, multiply by 6.895.

TABLE 11-9 Thermal Properties of Various Materials as Affecting Conductive Heat Transfer

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