In this study, thermally developing laminar forced convection in a pipe including viscous dissipation and wall conductance is investigated numerically. The constant heat flux is assumed to be imposed at the outer surface of the pipe wall. The finite volume method is used. The distributions for the developing temperature and local Nusselt number in the entrance region are obtained. The dependence of the results on the Brinkman number and the dimensionless thermal conductivity are shown. The viscous heating effect on the wall is shown. Significant viscous dissipation effects have been observed for large Br.