Fourier Versus Non-Fourier Heat Conduction in Materials With a Nonhomogeneous Inner Structure

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H. Herwig, K. Beckert

Technische Thermodynamik, TU Hamburg-Harburg, D-21073 Hamburg, Germany

J. Heat Transfer 122(2), 363-365 (Nov 17, 1999) (3 pages) doi:10.1115/1.521471 History: Received June 06, 1999; Revised November 17, 1999
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Experimental result according to 3. Temperature 6.3 mm deep in the warm side.
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Geometrical details of the experimental arrangement
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Nondimensional temperature Θ=(T−Tw)/((Tc−Tw)/2) of processed meat at points A, B, and C at the free surface (see inserted sketch for these points); IR-thermography (Tw=17.5°C (initial temperature), Tc=4.7°C (water/pipe temperature after temperature jump))
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Nondimensional temperature Θ=(T−Tw)/((Tc−Tw)/2) of dry sand at point Ei thermocouple reading (Tw=21.0°C (initial temperature), Tc=7.0°C (water/pipe temperature after temperature jump))



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