Newton's Law of Cooling Calculator

The newton's law of cooling explains that the rate of change of object's temperature is directly proportionals to the own variations in temperature and the surrounding temperature.

Formula to calculate newton's law of cooling is given by:

Newton's Law of Cooling Formula

T(t) = Object's temperature at time t
Ts = Surrounding temperature
To = Object's initial temperature
T = Core Temperature
t = time

For the above equation, k can be calculated like this:

Newton's Law of Cooling Equation

In our online newton's law of cooling calculator below, enter the surrounding temperature, object's initial temperature, core temperature and time in the input fields and then click calculate to find the answer.

Surrounding Temperature (Ts):
Object's Initial Temperature ((To)):
Core Temperature (T):
Time (t):
Object's temperature at time t (T(t)):

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