The problem about the evaporation of metal particles in a plasma is reduced to a single-phase nonstationary Stefan problem, whose solution is obtained by an integral equations method. Computations are performed for spherical lead particles with an initial radius of R=7 · 10−3 cm.
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Arinshtein, É.A., Kislitsyn, A.A. Solution of a problem about evaporation of spherical metal particles in an arc flame by an integral equations method. Journal of Engineering Physics 31, 946–949 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861796
- Statistical Physic
- Integral Equation
- Metal Particle
- Equation Method