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Use the given tool to determine the rate at which an object cools in a surrounding environment according to Newton’s Law of Cooling.

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Using Newton's Law of Cooling calculator, you can easily figure out how long it takes for an object to cool down from one temperature to another.
**What Is Newton's Law of Cooling?**

**“The rate of heat loss of a body or object is proportional to the difference between its temperature and the surrounding temperature (ambient temperature)”**
In simple words, It is a scientific principle that defines the changes in the temperature of an object when it gets exposed to a surrounding medium having a different temperature.
The mechanisms of heat exchange include thermal conduction, convection, and radiation. When heat loss happens because of thermal conduction and convection then Newton's Law of Cooling is applicable.
**What Is The Formula of Newton’s Law of Cooling?**

The Newton’s Law of Cooling Formula is as follows:
\( \dfrac{dT}{dt} = -k \cdot (T - T_s) \)
\( \ T(t) = -k \cdot (T - T_s) \)
Where
**How To Calculate Newton’s Law of Cooling?**

Go through the following steps:
**Determine The Ambient Temperature:** It is the temperature of the air present in the object's surroundings
**Calculate The Initial Temperature:** Measure the initial temperature of the object in degrees Celsius
**Determine The Value of The Cooling Coefficient(k):** Calculate the cooling coefficient by considering the material properties and the surface area
**Measure The Final Temperature:** Put the values in Newton's law of cooling formula and get the final temperature
**Example:**

Find the final temperature of a body after 3 seconds using the law of cooling with the provided parameters:
**Solution:**
\(\ K = \dfrac{hA}{C}\)
\(\ K = \dfrac{1\times 0.003}{4}\)
\(\ K = \ 0.00075\)
Now put values in Newton's law of cooling formula
\(\ T(t) =\ T_{s} + (T_{o} - T_{s})*e^{(-k*t)})\)
\(\ T(t) =\ 20 + (3 - 20)*e^{(-k*t)})\)
\(\ T(t) =\ 20 + (-17)*e^{(-1*3)})\)
\(\ T(t) =\ 20 -16.96)\)
\(\ T(t) =\ 3.038\ Degrees\ Celsius\)
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**Limitations of Newton’s Law of Cooling:**

**FAQ’s:**

**Why Is Newton’s Law of Cooling Important?**

Newtons law of cooling is very crucial across physics, and engineering for several reasons, which are:
**What Are The Factors Affecting Newton's Law of Cooling?**

Factors that affect Newton’s Law of Cooling are:
**How Do You Find K in Newton's Law of Cooling?**

The constant “k” can be calculated by dividing the temperature by the time that it takes to reach the temperature difference.
\(\ k =\ \dfrac{(T_1 - T_2)}{t}\)
Where

- \(\ T(t)\ is\ the\ rate\ of\ change\ of\ temperature\)
- \(\ T_{s}\ is\ the\ Surroundings\ temperature\)

- \(\ T_{o}\ is\ Initial\ Temperature\ of\ the\ Object\)
- \(\ T_{s}\ is\ the\ Surroundings\ temperature\)
- \(\ T\ is\ the\ Time\)
- \(\ K\ is\ the\ Heat\ Transfer\ Coefficient\ (in W/m²K)\)

- Ambient temperature = 20 Degrees Celsius
- Initial temperature = 3 Degrees Celsius
- Surface area = 0.003 m²
- Heat capacity = 4 J/K
- Heat transfer coefficient = 1 W/(m²·K)

- The difference between the temperature of the body and its surroundings must be small
- Loss of heat should happen via radiation
- The surrounding temperature should remain constant during the cooling of the body or object

- Predicting the temperature change of an object over time
- Heat Transfer Analysis
- Engineering Applications

- Surface area
- The difference between the temperature of your object and the surrounding
- Heat transfer coefficient(K)

- \(\ T_1 - T_2\ is\ the\ temperature\ difference\)
- \(\ t\ is\ the\ time\ difference\ \ t=(t_1 - t_2 )\)

- K is the cooling coefficient
- H is the Heat transfer coefficient
- A represents the area of heat exchange
- C is the heat capacity

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