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A plane wall has a thermal conductivity of $1.15$ $W/m.K$. If the inner surface is at $1100^{\circ} C$ and the outer surface is at $350^{\circ} C$, then the design thickness (in meter) of the wall to maintain a steady heat flux of $2500$ $W/m^2$ should be _______
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