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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Microscale Heat Transfer

Simulation of Unsteady Small Heat Source Effects in Sub-Micron Heat Conduction

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Sreekant V. J. Narumanchi, Jayathi Y. Murthy

School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, 585 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN 47907

Cristina H. Amon

Institute for Complex Engineered Systems and Department of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

J. Heat Transfer 125(5), 896-903 (Sep 23, 2003) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1603774 History: Received July 17, 2002; Revised June 03, 2003; Online September 23, 2003
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Figures

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Spatial variation of temperature with x* along y*=0.045 for different acoustic thicknesses, for τd=0.1 and τq=0.01
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Spatial variation of temperature with x* along y*=0.045 for different acoustic thicknesses, for τd=0.1 and τq=1.0
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Variation of temperature with time at point (0.015,0.045) for τd=0.1,τq=20.0, and τL=5.58
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Variation of temperature with time at point (0.015, 0.045) for τd=0.1,τq=20.0, and τL=0.0558
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Spatial variation of temperature difference between BTE and Fourier solutions, along y*=0.045, with time for τq=1.0,τd=0.1, and τL=0.0558
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Spatial variation of temperature difference between BTE and Fourier solutions, along y*=0.045, with time for τq=1.0,τd=0.1, and τL=5.58
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Spatial variation of temperature difference between BTE and Fourier solutions, along y*=0.045, for steady heat source and specular boundaries at y*=d/L for τL=5.58
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Spatial variation of temperature difference between BTE and Fourier solutions, along y*=0.045, with specular boundaries at y*=d/L for τL=5.58,τd=0.1, and τq=1.0
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Computational domain and coordinate system
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Comparison of predicted temperature profiles with solution from 31 for radiative heat transfer between black parallel plates enclosing gray absorbing emitting medium
Grahic Jump Location
Variation of temperature with time at point (0.015,0.045) for τd=0.1,τq=0.01, and τL=5.58
Grahic Jump Location
Variation of temperature with time at point (0.015,0.045) for τd=0.1,τq=20.0, and τL=0.558
Grahic Jump Location
Spatial variation of temperature difference between BTE and Fourier solutions, along y*=0.045, with specular boundaries at y*=d/L for τL=5.58,τd=0.001, and τq=1.0

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