Consider a solid cylindrical rod whose side surface is maintained at a constant temperature while the end surfaces are perfectly insulated. The thermal conductivity of the rod material is constant and there is no heat generation. It is claimed that the temperature in the radial direction within the rod will not vary during steady heat conduction. Do you agree with this claim? Why?

 

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