Volume 2: Heat Transfer Enhancement for Practical Applications; Fire and Combustion; Multi-Phase Systems; Heat Transfer in Elec 2012
DOI: 10.1115/ht2012-58189 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: A well-established method for determining the thermal diffusivity of materials is the laser flash method. The work presented here compares two analysis methods for flash heating tests on anisotropic carbon bonded carbon fiber (CBCF). This material exhibits a higher conductivity in the direction in which the fibers are oriented than in the direction perpendicular to the fiber orientation. The two analysis methods being compared in this experiment use different portions of the data in obtaining re… Show more

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“…Materials being tested using the laser flash method for the deter mination of thermal diffusivity are typically configured in cylin drical shapes and are often held in a convective environment [2]. This case can also be adapted to a situation where heating takes place over part of the planar surface of a cylindrical sample for verification on numerical solutions tailored to such experiments [3,4], A standard reference for exact conduction solutions is Carslaw and Jaeger [5], The present paper utilizes some of the princi ples given in this reference, but the use of Green's functions, The thermal properties of the plate are constant both in direction and temperature. The thermal diffusivity a is equal to k/pc where pc is the volumetric heat capacity.…”
Section: Abstract: Analytical Conduction Green's Functions Cylindrmentioning
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“…Materials being tested using the laser flash method for the deter mination of thermal diffusivity are typically configured in cylin drical shapes and are often held in a convective environment [2]. This case can also be adapted to a situation where heating takes place over part of the planar surface of a cylindrical sample for verification on numerical solutions tailored to such experiments [3,4], A standard reference for exact conduction solutions is Carslaw and Jaeger [5], The present paper utilizes some of the princi ples given in this reference, but the use of Green's functions, The thermal properties of the plate are constant both in direction and temperature. The thermal diffusivity a is equal to k/pc where pc is the volumetric heat capacity.…”
Section: Abstract: Analytical Conduction Green's Functions Cylindrmentioning