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Find the heat flux due to radiation from a gasoline pool fire whose flame is 3 m tall with a 1 m diameter, and it is 3.5 m away from a target fuel. Assume e = 0.98 with a flame temperature of 1,300 K. Solve this problem by determining the configuration factor and assume a point source.
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