
Accession Number : AD0666106
Title : ANALYSIS OF HEAT TRANSFER IN A THREELAYER HOLLOW CYLINDER: CONSTANT RADIAL FLUX ENTERING THE OUTSIDE SURFACE AND ZERO FLUX LEAVING THE INNERMOST SURFACE,
Corporate Author : NAVAL WEAPONS EVALUATION FACILITY ALBUQUERQUE N MEX
Personal Author(s) : Thorn,Eva M.
Report Date : 15 NOV 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 115
Abstract : The onedimensional timedependent equation of heat conduction in cylindrical coordinates is solved for an infinite threelayer hollow cylinder. The conventional Laplace transform technique is not employed, but rather the method of separation of variables is applied with a novel eigenfunction expansion of the initial temperature distribution. Boundary conditions considered are a constant flux entering the outside surface of the cylinder in the direction of a radial vector and a zero flux leaving the innermost surface. (Author)
Descriptors : (*THREE DIMENSIONAL FLOW, *HEAT TRANSFER), CYLINDRICAL BODIES, EQUATIONS OF STATE, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, SURFACE TEMPERATURE, BODIES OF REVOLUTION, FUNCTIONS(MATHEMATICS), BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS, CONDUCTION(HEAT TRANSFER), INTEGRAL TRANSFORMS, HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENTS, BESSEL FUNCTIONS, ABSORPTION, HEAT FLUX
Subject Categories : Fluid Mechanics
Thermodynamics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE