Heat transfer with internal Heat generation same temperature on both side graph plotting in python

 Heat transfer with internal Heat generation same temperature on both side graph plotting in python

In this case suppose we have a slab of and temperature on both side face of the is 60°C .Now there is some internal heat generation is going on inside the slab whose value is 80W /m^3 and the thickness of the slab is 1.2m . we will try to plot this on graph and see how to calculate temperature at different distance from one side of the slab




# i have made the code little shorter and better now it give more output 
#CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM HIGHLY APPRECIATE


from matplotlib.pyplot import *

from numpy import *
from ipywidgets import interactive
t1 = t2 = 60 # temperature at both side of the slab is same unit in degree celcius
qg = 80 #w/m^3  internal heat generation
k = 1.148 # W/mK heat conduction coefficient
d = 1.2 # thickness of slab is 1.2 meter
def f(j):
    x = linspace(0,1.2,360)
    th = linspace(0,360,360)
    t = qg/(2*k)*(d-j)*j +t1 # to get the value of temperature at certain distance
    tth = qg/(2*k)*(d-x)*x+t1
    axis([0,1.2,0,80]) #here 0 and 1.2 belong to x axis and 0 and 80 belong to y axis
    a =[j]
    b =[th]
    title('Heat generation graph when temperature on both side is same')
    xlabel('Distance in meter')
    ylabel('temperature in degree celcius')
    plot(x,tth,j,t,'o')
    
    print('tempeature at x = ',j ,' is ',t,' C')
    
interactive_plot = interactive(f,j=(0,1.2,.01))
interactive_plot



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