The sputtering temperature of a cooling cylindrical rod with an insulated core
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By a standard application of Jones's method associated with the Wiener-Hopf technique an explicit solution is obtained for the temperature distribution inside a cylindrical rod with an insulated inner core when the rod is allowed to enter into a fluid of large extent with a uniform speed, and a simple integral expression is derived for the value of the sputtering temperature of the rod at the points of entry. Numerical results under certain special circumstances are also obtained and presented in the form of a table.
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- The sputtering temperature of a cooling cylindrical rod with an insulated core
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Volume 43, Issue 2 , pp 107-113
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- 1. Department of Applied Mathematics, Indian Institute of Science, 560 012, Bangalore, India