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Mathematical Analysis of Heat Conduction in a Sector of a Hollow Circular Cylinder

Report Number: AFFDL TR 66-16
Author: None Given
Corporate Author: Martin Company
Laboratory: Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1966-04
Pages: 150
Contract: AF 33)615)-2385
Project: 1467
AD Number: AD0485307

The temperature distribution within a sector of a hollow circular cylinder with temperature dependent thermophysical properties was analyzed based on exact mathematical solution. The subject nonlinear differential equation was reduced to a linear differential equation by an integral transform and with the assumption that only the thermal conductivity is a function of temperature whereas the thermal diffusivity remains constant. The solution was programmed in FORTRAN 4 for application to an IBM 7094. In addition, a successive transform applicable to the solution of similar problems involving temperature dependent thermal diffusivity is illustrated and discussed.

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