Investigations concerning a heat conduction problem involving a rectangular parallelepiped

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Statementby Kanta Sabharwal.
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A solution of the heat conduction equation Δu = [superscript 1]/[subscript k] [superscript αu]/[subscript αt] is found for the case of a rectangular parallelepiped, when an initial temperature distribution is prescribed under certain conditions of the boundaries.

Two cases are Author: Kanta Sabharwal. Graduation date: A solution of the heat conduction equation\ud Δu = [superscript 1]/[subscript k] [superscript αu]/[subscript αt] is found for the case of a rectangular parallelepiped, when an initial\ud temperature distribution is prescribed under certain conditions of the\ud boundaries.

This paper addresses steady heat conduction in the rectangular parallelepiped by the method of Green's functions. The steady work is important because in many transient solutions, a poorly converging steady-state series term appears [1, p.

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In this general case, the thermal parameters are : J.-W. Vergnaud, J. Bouzon. An initial-boundary value problem for transient heat conduction in a rectangular parallelepiped is studied.

Solutions for the temperature and heat flux are represented as integrals involving the Green's function (GF), the initial and boundary data, and volumetric energy by: Crittenden and Cole [11] investigated heat conduction in rectangular parallelepipeds, including type 1, 2, and 3 boundary conditions as well as internal heat generation.

One of the points of focus. Rayleigh Number Effect on the Turbulent Heat Transfer THERMAL SCIENCE, YearVol.

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15, Suppl. 2, pp. SS is considered by the Rayleigh number, defined by the expression: g Ra TW a This work is carried out numerically to study and improve the structure of turbulent natural convection flows within a parallelepiped enclosure.


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This article describes the development of accurate solutions for transient three-dimensional conductive heat transfer in Cartesian coordinates for a parallelepiped which is homogeneous and has. INVESTIGATIONS CONCERNING A HEAT CONDUCTION PROBLEM INVOLVING A RECTANGULAR PARALLELEPIPED INTRODUCTION The problem considered and solved in this thesis centers around the temperature field inside a homogeneous solid, a rectangular par-allelepiped.

More specifically, a solution u(x, y, z, t) of the heat conduction equation Lu k at1 8u where k is a constant. Modify the general heat conduction equation for this problem to show that the goveming differential equation for this problem is as presented in the textbook as.

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where A = is the area normal to the direction of heat transfer. Since, Equation dictates that the quantity is independent of r, it follows from Equation that the conduction heat transfer rate q r (not the heat flux q r") is a constant in the radial direction.

We may determine the temperature distribution in the sphere by solving Equation and applying appropriate boundary.

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solve heat conduction using separtation of variables. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. chapters deal with the equation of conduction, Fourier's ring, linear flow of heat in various solids, two-dimensional problems and the flow of heat in a rectangular parallelepiped.

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Lecture Heat Conduction Problems with time-independent inhomogeneous BC (Cont.) (Compiled 3 March ) In this lecture we continue to investigate heat conduction problems with inhomogeneous boundary conditions using the methods outlined in the previous lecture.

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