Volume 2: Heat Transfer in Multiphase Systems; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; Manufacturing and Materials Processing; Heat Transfer 2016
DOI: 10.1115/ht2016-7103 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: This paper provides a solution for two-dimensional heating over a rectangular region on a homogeneous plate. It has application to verification of numerical conduction codes as well as direct application for heating and cooling of electronic equipment. Additionally, it can be applied as a direct solution for the inverse heat conduction problem, most notably used in thermal protection systems for re-entry vehicles. The solutions used in this work are generated using Green’s functions. Two approaches are used wh… Show more

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“…In view of those literatures, all the aforementioned work was performed in the Lagrangian system involving single variable, which was difficult for solving the specific mixed boundary conditions (partial temperature and partial heat flux density on one edge). The classical single-variable based method limited thermal analysis in partial heating applications including laser heating, cooling of electronic equipment and aerodynamic heating on re-entry vehicles (McMasters et al, 2016;Woodbury et al, 2017). Therefore, there is still a need for developing the simpler and more efficient method for transient heat conduction with complex boundary conditions on one edge.…”
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“…In view of those literatures, all the aforementioned work was performed in the Lagrangian system involving single variable, which was difficult for solving the specific mixed boundary conditions (partial temperature and partial heat flux density on one edge). The classical single-variable based method limited thermal analysis in partial heating applications including laser heating, cooling of electronic equipment and aerodynamic heating on re-entry vehicles (McMasters et al, 2016;Woodbury et al, 2017). Therefore, there is still a need for developing the simpler and more efficient method for transient heat conduction with complex boundary conditions on one edge.…”
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