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Method for calculating heat kernel for manifolds with boundaryAvramidi, I.G. (Rostovskij-na-Donu Gosudarstvennyj Univ., Rostov-na-Donu (Russian Federation). Nauchno-Issledovatel'skij Inst. Fiziki)</br>The covariant technique for calculating the asymptotic expansion of the heat conductivity kermel for a second-order elliptic differential operator is generalized to the case of manifolds with boundary. The first-order boundary coefficients...
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Effect of the nonuniformity of external heat transfer on the temperature field of a hollow cylinderLukishker, Eh.M.; Flom, Z.G.; Shukhat, A.I.; Isaev, L.E.</br>No abstract available.
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Heat pipes in Europe, their development and applicationBrost, O.; Muenzel, W.D. (Stuttgart Univ. (TH) (Germany, F.R.). Abt. Energiewandlung und Waermetechnik)</br>The application of heat pipes has become of increasing interest due to their extraordinary properties: high heat transfer properties with small temperature gradients spatial decoupling of heat sinks and heat sources and heat flow...
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Perturbation methods in heat transferAziz, A.; Na, T.Y.</br>This book discusses applications covering conduction, convection, and radiation and provides examples of varying complexity. Problem sets are included at the end of each chapter
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Heat transfer and thermodynamics. A compilationNational Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, D.C. (USA)</br>No abstract available.
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Simplified expression for the minimum hotspot current in long, thin-film superconductorsDharmadurai, G.; Murthy, N.S.S. (Nuclear Physics Division, Solid State Physics Section, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay, India)</br>A generalization of the Skocpol--Beasley--Tinkham hotspot theory to include an approximate temperature dependence of the conductive heat transfer term of the heat flow equations clearly indicates that the role of the thermal conductivity...
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Determination of the temperature field and flow rate of the CTS-1Araujo, F.G.B. de; Cesar, S.B.G.</br>Published in summary form only
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Numerical analysis of Walters-B fluid flow and heat transfer over a stretching cylinderMajeed, A.; Javed, T.; Shami, S. (International Islamic Univ., Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, Islamabad (Pakistan)), E-mail: abidmajeed726@yahoo.com</br>Two-dimensional hydromagnetic flow and heat transfer of Walters-B fluid towards a stagnation point region over a stretching cylinder is discussed. Constitutive equations are transformed into dimensionless form by means of suitable...
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A microscopic model of ballistic-diffusive crossoverBagchi, Debarshee; Mohanty, P K (Condensed Matter Physics Division, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, 1/AF Bidhan Nagar, Kolkata 700064 (India)), E-mail: pkmohanty@saha.ac.in</br>Several low-dimensional systems show a crossover from diffusive to ballistic heat transport when system size is decreased. Although there is some phenomenological understanding of this crossover phenomenon at the coarse-grained level,...
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Optimization of rapid thermal processing for uniform temperature distribution on wafer surfaceOh, Hyuck Keun; Lee, Joon Sik (Seoul National University, Seoul (Korea, Republic of)); Kang, Sae Byul (Korea Institute of Energy Research, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)); Choi, Young Ki (Chung Ang University, Seoul (Korea, Republic...</br>An optimization of rapid thermal processing (RTP) was conducted to obtain uniform temperature distribution on a wafer surface by using linear programming and radiative heat transfer modeling. The results show that two heating lamp...
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Experimental investigation of heat transfer coefficients for reflux condensation in the presence of noncondensable gasMoon, Young Min</br>Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of)</br>In the Loss-of-RHR accident during mid-loop operation reflux condensation in U-tube riser is experimentally studied. The present experimental study handles with the reflux condensation in the presence of noncondensable gas in a vertical...
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Methodology for global nonlinear analysis of nuclear systemsCacuci, D.G.; Cacuci, G.L.</br>Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (USA); Tennessee Univ., Knoxville (USA). Dept. of Nuclear Engineering</br>This paper outlines a general method for globally computing the crucial features of nonlinear problems: bifurcations, limit points, saddle points, extrema (maxima and minima); our method also yields the local sensitivities (i.e.,...
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Pattern analysis of viscous oscillation in a shear flow induced by an exothermic reactionFujioka, Satoko; Matsumoto, Hideyuki; Kuroda, Chiaki (Department of Chemical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-8550 (Japan)), E-mail: fujioka.s.aa@m.titech.ac.jp</br>An investigation is made of oscillatory phenomenon induced by an exothermic reaction. This oscillatory phenomenon occurs in a very thin mixing layer between two miscible and reacting fluids. A qualitative model based on the interaction...
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Cooling of high-density and power electronics by means of heat pipesHubbeling, L.</br>European Organization for Nuclear Research, Geneva (Switzerland)</br>This report describes how heat pipes can be used for cooling modern electronic equipment, with numerous advantages over air-cooled systems. A brief review of heat-pipe properties is given, with a detailed description of a functioning...
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Linear steady heat transfer analysis by boundary element methodKushwaha, H.S.; Kakodkar, A. (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay (India). Biochemistry and Food Technology Div.)</br>Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay (India)</br>The boundary element method for linear steady heat transfer analysis has been developed. Two types of elements, namely, constant elements and linear elements are described. A mention has been made of the analysis of the problems of...
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Cooling towerRitz, L.</br>Gesellschaft fuer Kernforschung m.b.H., Karlsruhe (Germany, F.R.)</br>It is the object of the present invention to reduce the non-productive, so-called 'parasite' pressure losses on the front and rear sides of internal elements of cooling towers as far as possible so that the resulting pressure drop...
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Peltier effect of superconductor-semiconductor mesoscopic deviceAly, Arafa H. (Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Beni-Suef (Egypt); Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste (Italy)); Phillips, Adel H. (Engineering Physics and Mathematics Department,...</br>Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste (Italy)</br>The heat current density is derived for superconductor-Semiconductor-Superconductor mesoscopic device by using WKB method. A numerical calculation is performed for the heat current at different barrier strength and bias voltages....
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Quality factor for low LET radiationMakarewicz, M.; Zielczynski, M. (Institute of Nuclear Research, Warsaw (Poland))</br>The quality factor, Q, for some low LET radiations has been calculated. The calculations are based on the dependence of the quality factor, Q(L), on the Linear Energy Transfer (LET, L) recommended by ICRP and on the dose distributions...
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Heat distribution compensating circuit intended for cooling thermal and nuclear power plantsCouillaud, Paul.</br>In long distance heat transmission and distribution systems, as designed so far, when the temperature of the air rises, the amount of heat distributed diminishes and the amount of heat lost through the walls of the pipe diminishing...
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Laminar condensation heat transfer inside inclined tubesKroeger, D.G. (Univ. of Stellenbosch, South Africa)</br>The problem of heat transfer during condensation of saturated refrigerant--12 vapor in both smooth and internally finned tubes was investigated. The effects of tube inclination and different tube diameter to tube length ratios are...
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Heat exchangerDrury, C.R.</br>A heat exchanger having primary and secondary conduits in heat-exchanging relationship is described comprising: at least one serpentine tube having parallel sections connected by reverse bends, the serpentine tube constituting one...
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Fundamentals of heat transfer for process engineeringAzbel, D.</br>Provides instruction on heat transfer in process engineering. The principles required for applications to specific unit operations are presented. Topics are presented to explain and develop basic equations; design equations for special...
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A generalized solution for transient temperature distribution in an internally/externally insulated spherical shellPrasad, R.; Samria, N.K. (Banaras Hindu Univ., Varanasi (India). Inst. of Tech.)</br>This paper presents the analytical solution for unsteady state temperature distribution in a spherical shell having thin layer of thermal insulation coating at the inner or outer surfaces. The formula has been derived assuming different...
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Permafrozen temperature regime affected by climate variabilityYanitsky, P.A. (Inst. of Northern Development, Tyumen (Russian Federation))</br>The paper reports on the numerical-analytical solution for the problem of periodically constant heat exchange in permafrost. There are no initial conditions and the task at issue is based upon the soil conductive heat exchange simulation....
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Heat exchange in multilayer flow-through cooling systems under one-sided heatingShanin, Yu.I.; Fedoseev, V.N.; Shanin, O.I.</br>Under conditions of one-sided thermal loading ratios for the calculation of temperature fields, heat fluxes, coefficients of reduced heat transfer for multilayer cooling systems of flow type were obtained. The solution is analyzed...
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Selected publications of Wilhelm Nusselt and Ernst SchmidtGrigull, U.</br>This book presents reprints of papers written by Wilhelm Nusselt and Ernst Schmidt, who were pioneers in the development of heat transfer theory and applications
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Identify of mean temperature difference calculating method in heat exchanger thermodynamic calculationSun Zhongning; Peng Minjun; Du Ze; Huang Weitang (Harbin Engineering Univ. (China))</br>The discussion and analysis of mean temperature difference calculating method in heat exchanger thermodynamic calculation were carried out. The result showed that the calculating method of mean temperature difference involved in the...
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An experimental study on cooling characteristics of mist impinging jet on a flat plateJun, Sang Uk; Chung, Won Seok; Lee, Joon Sik (Seoul National Univ., Seoul (Korea, Republic of))</br>An experiment is conducted to investigate the effect of air and water mass flow rates on cooling characteristics of mist impinging jet on a flat plate. The air mass flow rate ranges from 0.0 to 3.0 g/s, and water mass flow rates from...
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Interfacial area transport and evaluation of source and sink terms for confined air-water bubbly flowKim, Seungjin; Sun Xiaodong; Ishii, Mamoru; Beus, Stephen G.; Lincoln, F., E-mail: ishii@ecn.purdue.edu</br>The interfacial area transport equation applicable to the bubbly flow is presented. The model is evaluated against data acquired by a state-of-the-art miniaturized double-sensor conductivity probe in an adiabatic air-water co-current...
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Shock Initiation of Heterogeneous ExplosivesReaugh, J E</br>Lawrence Livermore National Lab., Livermore, CA (United States). Funding organisation: US Department of Energy (United States)</br>The fundamental picture that shock initiation in heterogeneous explosives is caused by the linking of hot spots formed at inhomogeneities was put forward by several researchers in the 1950's and 1960's, and more recently. Our work...
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Design of a thermal probe for the plasma diagnosticsMatsuura, H.; Michimoto, K. (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, 599-8531 Osaka (Japan))</br>When a solid material is inserted into plasma, it receives heat flux and electrical current according to its bias voltage. The heat flux-voltage characteristic is more complicated than the current-voltage characteristic and depend...
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Optimizing the cooling channel configurations with low flow and thermal resistanceCho, Kee Hyeon; Ahn, Ho Seon; Kim, Moo Hwan (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang (Korea, Republic of))</br>In this study, we investigated the hydrodynamic and thermal performance of constructal architectures based on the mass flow rates for the given pressure drop and identify the required pumping power and thermal resistance. The five...
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Quench Development in Coated ConductorsKim, H.R.; Park, C. R.; Yim, S. W.; Yoo, S. D.; Oh, S. Y.; Hyun, O. B. (Korea Electric Power Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of))</br>We measured and analyzed the quench development in coated conductor(CC) tapes. The CC was grown on hastelloy substrates and has an Ag protection layer. The tapes were subjected to simulated AC fault currents for quench development...
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Case Studies on different software tools for Numerical Modeling of Passive Fire ProtectionKim, Mi gyeong; Kim, Beom gyu; Kim, Mun soo; Lim, Heok soon (Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Central Research Institute, Daejeon (Korea, Republic of))</br>Performance of PFP system is verified by the properly performed experiments so engineers usually apply PFP based on its performance test results. However, in some cases, PFP cannot be applied as its initial design due to the constraints...
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Construction of test analytic solutions of three-dimensional problems of heat and mass transfer using reversed problem analysisYur'ev, Yu.S.; Vitushkina, N.M.; Kazantsev, A.A. (AO «GNTs RF – Fiziko-Ehnergeticheskij Inst. imeni A.I. Lejpunskogo», Obninsk (Russian Federation))</br>No abstract available.
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Heat transfer pipe and method for its manufactureYampolsky, J.S.</br>General Atomic Co., San Diego, Calif. (USA)</br>A heat transfer pipe is presented to be used in heat exchangers, whose pipe wall has numerous inner and outer recesses, grooves, reefs, ripples and the like, for the flow of the heat exchanger medium. Furthermore, the manufacture...
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Equipment for mixing coolants of different temperaturesManek, O.; Masek, V.; Motejl, V.; Riman, J.; Foitl, P.; Nabita, L.</br>The principle of the equipment lies in that the first heat transfer medium enters the heat transfer tubes of a convection heat exchanger while the second heat transfer medium enters outside of the heat transfer tubes. A mixing space...
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Natural-draught cooling towerGerz, H.B.</br>GEA Luftkuehlergesellschaft Happel G.m.b.H. und Co., Bochum (Germany, F.R.)</br>Cooling tower for the condensation of vaporous mediums with air inlet ports grouped in the lower section of the jacket wall and with an upper central escape opening for the cooling air, which has heat exchange elements with finned...
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Storage ponds for fuel elements of nuclear reactorsKumpf, H.</br>Kraftwerk Union A.G., Muelheim an der Ruhr (Germany, F.R.)</br>Heat exchangers are inserted in storage ponds for fuel elements of nuclear reactors, so that the heat to be removed is given up to an external coolant, without any radio-activity being emitted. The heat exchanger is a hollow body,...
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Flow and heat transfer characteristics in a channel having furrowed wall based on sinusoidal waveWang, Jiansheng; Gao, Xiaoming; Li, Weiyi (Tianjin University, Tianjin (Switzerland))</br>The effect of wall geometry on the flow and heat transfer in a channel with one lower furrowed and an upper flat wall kept at a uniform temperature is investigated by large eddy simulation. Three channels, one with sinusoidal wavy...
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Design and property analysis of a hybrid linear actuator based on shape memory alloyZhang, Xiaoguang; Hu, Jinhong; Mao, Shixin; Dong, Erbao; Yang, Jie (Department of Precision Machinery and Precision Instruments, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui (China)), E-mail: ebdong@ustc.edu.cn</br>This paper introduces two methods for solving two bottlelike problems regarding the shape memory alloy (SMA) application as actuators. These methods are ‘rotating output,’ which aims to solve the problem of the low working frequency...
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Flow characteristic analysis of flow induced heat exchanger tube vibrationFeng Zhipeng; Zang Fenggang; Zhang Yixiong; Ye Xianhui (Science and Technology on Reactor System Design Technology Laboratory, Nuclear Power Institute of China, Chengdu (China))</br>A three-dimensional numerical model for heat transfer tube vibration induced by cross flow is proposed with two ways coupled approach. The characteristics of flow field are investigated based on the numerical model. The results show...
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An experimental study of condensation heat transfer in a single mini-tube using new experimental techniquesShin, J. S.; Kim, T. J.; Kim, M. H. (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang (Korea, Republic of))</br>New experimental techniques were developed to experimentally investigate the characteristics of condensation heat transfer and pressure drop for R134a in a horizontal single round tube with an inner diameter of 0.691 mm. Tests were...
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Multiple Surrogate Modeling for Wire-Wrapped Fuel Assembly OptimizationRaza, Wasim; Kim, Kwang-Yong (Inha University, Incheon (Korea, Republic of))</br>In this work, shape optimization of seven pin wire wrapped fuel assembly has been carried out in conjunction with RANS analysis in order to evaluate the performances of surrogate models. Previously, Ahmad and Kim performed the flow...
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The function estimation in predicting heat flux of pin fins with variable heat transfer coefficientsLee, H.-L.; Chou, H.-M.; Yang, Y.-C., E-mail: ycyang@mail.ksut.edu.tw</br>This article solves the two dimensional inverse problem of estimating the unknown heat flux at a pin fin base by the conjugate gradient method. In the estimating processes, no prior information on the functional form of the unknown...
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The ISHTE [In-Situ Heat Transfer Experiment] lander: Final reportOlson, L.O.; Harrison, J.G.</br>Washington Univ., Seattle (USA). Applied Physics Lab.; Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM (USA)</br>This report describes the design and development of a sea floor lander constructed to support the In-Situ Heat Transfer Experiment (ISHTE). The work entailed fabricating and testing a steel space frame that would support and accurately...
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Some considerations on the units used in radiation protection dosimetryRindi, A.; Thomas, R.H.</br>California Univ., Berkeley (USA). Lawrence Berkeley Lab</br>No abstract available.
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Finite element models for simultaneous heat and moisture transport in unsaturated soilsBaca, R.G.; King, I.P.; Norton, W.R.</br>Atomics International Div., Richland, WA (USA). Rockwell Hanford Operations; Resource Management Associates, Lafayette, CA (USA)</br>A finite element model for use in the analysis of transport processes in arid site vadose zones is described and demonstrated. The numerical model is designed to provide detailed simulations of the interactions between climatic conditions...
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Prospects of energy transformation between fusion reactor and OTEC plantDenno, K. (NJ Inst of Technol, Newark, USA)</br>This paper presents conceptual feasibility criteria for the coupling of an off-shore nuclear fusion reactor to OTEC plantship. The mode of connection is by cooling oceanic region to a significant temperature gradient enhancing the...
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Criteria for analysis and optimization of longitudinal fins with convective tipGomes, E.S.</br>Santa Catarina Univ., Florianopolis (Brazil). Dept. de Engenharia Mecanica</br>The problem of heat transfer in longitudinal fins with the main geometries used in equipaments of heat transfer by convection is analyzed. The equation of energy is solved analytically of several geometries fins, with unidimensional...
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Interaction of pulsating and spinning waves in nonadiabatic flame propagationBooty, M.R.; Margolis, S.B.; Matkowsky, B.J. (Dept. of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL 60201)</br>The authors consider nonadiabatic premixed flame propagation in a long cylindrical channel. A steadily propagating planar flame exists for heat losses below a critical value. It is stable provided that the Lewis number and the volumetric...
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Heat transfer to impinging jets measured by infrared thermographyCarlomagno, G.M.; De Luca, L. (Naples Univ. (Italy). Faculty of Engineering)</br>Heat transfer from a heated plate to circular air jets issuing from a square array of nozzles is measured by means of an Infrared Scanning Radiometer (IRSR). Experimental tests are performed for different values of jet Reynolds number,...
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Influence of axial wall conduction on the heat removal capabilities of circumferential finned pipesRangel, R. (California Univ., Irvine, CA (USA). Dept. of Mechanical Engineering); Campo, A. (Florida International Univ., Miami, FL (USA). Dept. of Mechanical Engineering)</br>A study has been carried out for laminar heat transfer in a tube subjected to a streamwise variation of the convective coefficient. The heat exchange section of the tube is divided in two parts. The first part (the heated region)...
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A boundary element modelling for two-dimensional transient heat conductionYaghoubi, M.A.; Karami G.; Karimi, A.A. (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz Univ. (Iran, Islamic Republic of))</br>In this paper a boundary element formulation for heat conduction problems are presented. The different types of boundary conditions of condution, convection and radiation are included in the integral equations. The transient fundamental...
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Influence of time-dependent boundary conditions on Rayleigh-Benard convection in 2D and 3D enclosuresVeyret, D.; Occelli, R.; Martin, R. (IUSTI, Universite de Provence (France))</br>Short communication
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Steady state thermal-hydraulic models of pebble bed blankets on hybrid reactorsXiao, B.J. (Academia Sinica, Hefei, AH (China). Inst. of Plasma Physics); Qiu, L.J. (Academia Sinica, Hefei, AH (China). Inst. of Plasma Physics)</br>In this paper we give thermal-hydraulic models of pebble bed. A code, THPBHR, developed by the present authors is briefly introduced. Radial cooling and poloidal direct cooling methods are given and discussed. The thermal-hydraulic...
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Analysis of wall-packed bed thermal interactionsGorbis, Z.R.; Tillack, M.S.; Tehranian, F. (Univ. of California, Los Angeles, CA (United States)) (and others)</br>Heat transfer in fusion reactor blankets using particle beds depends on both the bulk effective thermal conductivity and the thermal conductance in the near-wall region of the bed. Especially for metallic beds, which exhibit high...
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Calculation of the strength of straight-tube heat exchangersSterr, G. (Technischer Ueberwachungs-Verein Bayern e.V., Muenchen (F.R. Germany). Dampf- und Druckabteilung)</br>The present book describes a method for calculating the strength of the most common types of heat exchanger with a straight bundle of tubes, whose components are stressed by the process-dependent excess pressures in the space inside...
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Burnout in a tube with longitudinal hyperbolic heat flux distributionRemizov, O.V.; Vorob'ev, V.A.; Podgornyj, K.K.</br>No abstract available.
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Contribution to the calculation of direct water-to-air heat exchangers, i.e. without partitionsMerigoux, J. (Centre Technique des Industries Aerauliques et Thermiques (CETIAT), 69 - Lyon (France))</br>Two methods are presented, how to determine the heat and mass transfer coefficients in air-water heat exchangers: iterative integration of the heat transfer rate, use of the log mean enthalpy difference. (orig.)
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Neutronic absorption device for walls or equipments containing radioactive productsEtablissements Lemer et Compagnie, 44 - Nantes (France)</br>This invention refers to a device for absorbing neutron radiations emitted through a metal wall. It concerns the use of this device on containers for storing and transporting radioactive products. The walls of such containers must...
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Vacuum chamber for ion implantationDynda, V.; Novotny, K.; Ambroz, Z.; Kabicek, J.</br>In the vacuum chamber, the removal of unwanted heat from the surface of implanted substrates through the elastomer layer and the substrate support is provided by a heat transfer tube operating at temperatures below 0 degC. The end...
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Influence of small-scale fluctuations on coherent structures in ion-temperature-gradient-driven turbulenceLashkin, V.M. (AN Ukrainskoj SSR, Kiev (Ukraine). Inst. Yadernykh Issledovanij)</br>No abstract available.
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Low thermal flux glass-fiber tubing for cryogenic serviceHall, C.A.; Spond, D.E. (Martin Marietta Corp., Denver)</br>In the continuing development of optimum performance cryogenic energy systems, there is considerable need for hardware that reduces system heat flux and weight. Glass-fiber tubing designs were developed that limit heat transfer through...
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Plasma transport across a braided magnetic fieldStix, T.H. (Princeton Univ., N.J. (USA). Plasma Physics Lab.)</br>Simple fluid and particle models are used to estimate the transport of density, current, and electron heat for a plasma immersed in a region through which magnetic lines of force meander in a stochastic fashion and in which magnetic...
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Monte Carlo method of solving heat conduction problemsFraley, S.K.; Hoffman, T.J.; Stevens, P.N. (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830)</br>A new approach in the use of Monte Carlo to solve heat conduction problems is developed using a transport equation approximation to the heat conduction equation. A variety of problems is analyzed with this method and their solutions...
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Hydraulic resistance of tubes with spiral heat transfer intensifiersRzaev, A.I.; Filatov, L.L.</br>Published experimental data on hydraulic resistance of tubes with spiral heat transfer intensifiers obtained in a wide range of variation of geometrical and operating conditions are analyzed. Empirical formula for calculation of the...
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Long-time heat release at low temperaturesKolac, M.; Neganov, B.S.; Sahling, A.; Sahling, S. (Joint Inst. for Nuclear Research, Dubna (USSR))</br>No abstract available.
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Procedure for correlating experimental and theoretical results in the rewetting of hot surfacesCastiglia, F.; Olivieri, E.; Taibi, S.; Vella, G. (Palermo Univ. (Italy). Dipt. di Ingegneria Nucleare)</br>The theoretical models proposed for the study of the rewetting of hot surfaces allow one to connect, in terms of either tables or formulas, the main physical quantities involved in the phenomenon i.e. the sputtering temperature T<sub>0</sub>,...
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Use of microPCM fluids as enhanced liquid coolants in automotive EV and HEV vehicles. Final report; FINALMulligan, James C.; Gould, Richard D.</br>North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC (United States). Funding organisation: US Department of Energy (United States)</br>Proof-of-concept experiments using a specific microPCM fluid that potentially can have an impact on the thermal management of automotive EV and HEV systems have been conducted. Samples of nominally 20-micron diameter microencapsulated...
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Similarities and differences between single-side and uniform heating for fusion applications-1: Uniform heat fluxBoyd, R.D. (Prairie View A ampersand M Univ., TX (United States))</br>Quantitative correlation factors and functions are derived that relate the inside peak heat fluxes for cases involving either a single-side or a uniform external heat flux, which is applied to a circular coolant channel. The results...
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Local coefficients of heat transfer in the case of cone wall jetIsataev, S.I.; Berdibaev, M.S. (Kazakhskij Natsional'nyj Univ. imeni al'-Farabi, Almaty (Kazakhstan))</br>At the present work the results of experimental investigation of the convective heat transfer between cone surface and wall jet are represented. In the experiments the influence of cross curvature parameters, angle of cone, direction...
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Monte Carlo solution to transient heat conduction problemsHoffman, T.J. (Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville); Banks, N.E.</br>No abstract available.
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Heat exchange under vapor condensation on horizontal tubes with fins of complicated shapeAnisimov, S.V. (Moskovskij Ehnergeticheskij Inst., Moscow (Russian Federation))</br>The study on heat exchange under refrigerant R-113 vapor condensation on tubes with continuous cross sectional fins and on tubes with pins is carried out. Experimental data on heat exchange are obtained by direct and indirect methods....
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Streamer-induced transport in electron temperature gradient turbulenceHauff, T.; Jenko, F. (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Plasmaphysik, EURATOM Association, 85748 Garching (Germany))</br>The question if and how streamers (i.e., radially elongated vortices) can lead to an enhancement of the electron heat transport in electron temperature gradient turbulence is addressed. To this aim, the electrons are treated as passive...
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Peculiarities of non-local transfer equations structure in chemical apparatuses with space heterogeneityMuratov, A.S.</br>The main structure of heat and mass transfer equations in the reacting diffusion system with allowing for the heat and diffusion relaxation under conditions of space heterogeneity of reagents fluids in the apparatuses have been obtained....
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Optimal design of a micro evaporator to maximize heat transfer coefficientSung, Tai Jong; Oh, Dae Sik; Seo, Tae Won; Kim, Jong Won (Seoul national Univ., Seoul (Korea, Republic of))</br>This paper presents an optimal design of a micro evaporator which maximizes the heat transfer coefficient. Number of gaps, spanwise distance and streamwise distance are selected as the geometric design parameters. Mass flow rate of...
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Smoothing by cubic spline modified applied to solve inverse thermal problemKubo, Leticia Hiromi; Oliveira, Juliana de (University of São Paulo State, UNESP, Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Sciences and Letters of Assis FCLA (Brazil)), E-mail: leticiahk@assis.unesp.br, E-mail: juliana@assis.unesp.br</br>This paper presents an alternative to cubic spline regularization and its weighted form applied in solving inverse thermal problems. The inverse heat transfer problems are classified as ill-posed, that is, the solution may become...
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Study of hydraulic resistance and heat transfer in perforated-plate heat exchangersShevyakova, S.A.; Orlov, V.K. (Nauchno-Proizvodstvennoe Ob''edinenie Kriogennogo Mashinostroeniya, Balashikha (USSR))</br>Experimental data on hydraulic resistance and heat transfer in perforated-plate heat-exchangers with different internal geometry: diameter of perforation holes and distance between plates, have been studied and generalized. The plate...
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Analysis of Filling and Stresses in the Hot Forging Process Depending on Flange Die ShapesKim, Jun Hyoung; Kim, Cheol (Kyungpook National University, Daegu (Korea, Republic of))</br>Hot closed-forging process and the die used for forming an automotive flange were analyzed from the viewpoints of heat transfer, grain-flow lines, and stresses to obtain a forged product without defects such as surface cracks, laps,...
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Experimental study on the airside performance of fin-and-tube heat exchangers having wide louver fins under wet conditionsKim, Hae Hyun (Div. of Mechanical System Engineering, Incheon National University, Incheon (Korea, Republic of))</br>One method of increasing the heat-transfer rate is to increase the heat-transfer area. In this study, we test a wide louver fin-and-tube heat exchanger with = 1.03, and we compare the results with those of a louver fin-and tube heat...
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Methodology for code accuracy quantificationKmetyk, L.N.; Byers, R.K.; Elrick, M.G.; Buxton, L.D.</br>Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM (USA)</br>Code assessment is performed to evaluate the accuracy of codes over their range of applicability. Conclusions on thermal/hydraulic code accuracy drawn from previous studies have been mostly phenomenological and/or qualitative; however,...
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Application of linearized heat equations of higher orders to heat flow definitionSurkov, G.A.; Skakun, S.D.</br>A solution of a heat conductivity linear equation of a third order for a plate of finite thickness with the boundary conditions of the first and second type is given. The solution yields a formula which enables to determine heat fluxes,...
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Finite element analysis of convective heat transfer problems with change of phaseGartling, D.K.</br>Sandia Labs., Albuquerque, N.Mex. (USA)</br>A simple approximate method for treating fluid/solid change of phase problems within a finite-element framework is presented. Though still in the initial development stages, the method has proved capable of computing the motion of...
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Solution of linear and nonlinear matrix systems. Application to a nonlinear diffusion equationBonnet, M.; Meurant, G.</br>CEA Centre d'Etudes de Limeil, 94 - Villeneuve-Saint-Georges (France)</br>The object of this study is to compare different methods of solving linear and nonlinear algebraic systems and to apply them to the nonlinear system obtained by discretizing a nonlinear diffusion equation. For linear systems the conventional...
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Numerical investigation of plume dispersion characteristics for various ambient flow velocitiesKumaresh, Selvakumar; Kim, Man Young (Chonbuk National University, Chonbuk (Korea, Republic of)); Kim, Chongmin (Korean Register, Busan (Korea, Republic of))</br>Floating LNG bunkering offshore terminal (FLBT) has been adopted as a floating unit by the marine industry equipped with the natural gas liquefaction plant on the ship's deck with the practical interest in controlling the plume emission...
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Fluidised bed heat exchangersElliott, D.E. (Aston Univ., Birmingham (UK)); Healey, E.M.; Roberts, A.G.</br>Problems that have arisen during the initial stages of development of fluidised bed boilers in which heat transfer surfaces are immersed in fluidised solids are discussed. The very high heat transfer coefficients that are obtained...
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The heat conduction problem for orthotropic shells with a system of cutsGol'tsev, A.S.; Kharabeshlik, T.F.; Shevchenko, V.P.</br>Using the Fourier integral method we have solved the heat conduction problem for an orthotropic shell of arbitrary Gaussian curvature with a system of thermally insulated cuts. In the process we have taken account of heat exchange...
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Calculation of a heated fluid flow between two platesBotelho, D.A.; Moreira, M.L.</br>Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear (IEN), Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil)</br>A comparison is made between the solution of the energy conservation equation obtained with the TURBO code, and the analytical solution of the heat convection - diffusion between two parallel plates. (author)
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Cell survival: how to characterize cell response to radiationOttolenghi, A.; Bettega, D.; Calzolari, P.; Tallone Lombardi, L. (Milan Univ. (Italy). Ist. di Fisica; Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Milan (Italy))</br>A detailed study of the three models commonly used to characterize cell radiosensitivity (multitarget, multihit and linear quadratic) was carried out, starting from the derivative of the inactivation probability function with respect...
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The greenhouse effectBerger, A. (Louvain Univ., Louvain-La-Neuve (Belgium))</br>The greenhouse effect on earth can be defined as the long wave energy trapped in the atmosphere. Climate forcing and climate system response within which climate feedback mechanisms are contained are determined. Quantitative examples...
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A new skew-upwind differencing methodGelbard, E.M. (Argonne National Lab., IL (USA))</br>It is the purpose of this paper first to examine the mathematical properties of Raithby's skew upwind scheme (RATH) and some of its variants and then to explore a new differencing approach that seems promising. Here the authors stress...
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A 1-D/2-D model and experimental results for a closed-loop thermosyphon with vertical heat transfer sectionsBernier, M.A. (Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, PQ (Canada). Dept. de Genie Mecanique); Baliga, B.R. (McGill Univ., Montreal, PQ (Canada). Dept. of Mechanical Engineering)</br>In this paper, a new I-D/2-D model is proposed for closed-loop thermosyphons with vertical heat transfer sections. This model improves the results of traditional 1-D models for cases where: (i) mixed-convection effects are important...
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Thermal management in ion implantationNahemow, M.D. (Westinghouse Electric Corp., Research and Development Center, 1310 Beulah Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15235)</br>Thermal management is defined as the maintenance of a necessary balance between heat energy delivered to the workpieces, fixtures and chamber walls by the incident ion beam and heat removal from these by a combination of physically...
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Monte Carlo time-dependent heat conduction with convective boundary conditionsFraley, S.K. (Oak Ridge National Lab., TN)</br>No abstract available.
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Reduction of particle end losses from linear magnetic fusion devicesSinnott, T.; Ahlborn, B. (Department of Physics, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6T 1W5)</br>A cold gas blanket of density rho<sub>1</sub> reduces the plasma outflow velocity u<sub>5</sub> because of the inertia of the cold gas and the establishment of an internal ablation front by absorption of power W (watt/cm<sup>2</sup>)....
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Calculation of heat flux density on the surface of beam dumpItoh, T.</br>No abstract available.
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WUFI-ORNL/IBP Hygrothermal ModelKaragiozis, A.N.</br>Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (United States). Funding organisation: US Department of Energy (United States)</br>Moisture engineering is becoming an important task in the overall design of building enclosures in both North America and Europe. Several methods may be used to design wall systems, and modeling is definitively the most flexible approach....
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Thermal stresses calculations in near-surface layers of sphere bodies, falling to the SunDemchenko, B.I.; Shestakova, L.I. (Astrofizicheskij Inst. im. V.G. Fesenkova, Almaty (Kazakhstan))</br>Profiles of temperature and temperature stresses in surface layers of silicate and icy spheric bodies, falling to the Sun along parabolic orbits were obtained on the base of the analytical solution of the linear heat diffusion equation....
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The application of homotopy analysis method to nonlinear equations arising in heat transferAbbasbandy, S. (Department of Mathematics, Imam Khomeini International University, Ghazvin 34194-288 (Iran, Islamic Republic of)), E-mail: abbasbandy@yahoo.com</br>Here, the homotopy analysis method (HAM), which is a powerful and easy-to-use analytic tool for nonlinear problems and dose not need small parameters in the equations, is compared with the perturbation and numerical and homotopy perturbation...