Transient Heat Conduction in a Heat Generating Layer Between Two Semi-Infinite Media

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Leendert van der Tempel

Philips Research Laboratories, 5656 AA Eindhoven, The Netherlands, e-mail: Leendert.van.der.Tempel@Philips.com

J. Heat Transfer 124(2), 299-306 (Oct 30, 2001) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1447930 History: Received April 27, 2001; Revised October 30, 2001
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Relation between absolute maximum temperature solution error and computational work
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Comparison of stack temperature calculations by 1DT, 2DT, and 3DT models
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Common logarithm of the absolute truncation error after 4 terms of the temperature series
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Common logarithm of the absolute error of the rational temperature approximation
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Common logarithm of the absolute error of the Padé-like temperature approximation
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Measured reflectivity against the calculated maximum stack temperature
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Measured radial tilt increase against the calculated maximum stack temperature
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One-dimensional geometry
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Laplace transformed temperature distribution
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Relative truncation error after four terms of the series
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Relative error of the rational approximation
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Relative error of the Padé approximation
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Temperature rise in layer o as a function of dimensionless damping time η2T and dimensionless time η2t
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Temperature distribution during initialization of CD-RWs



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