Mathematical modeling of nonstationary thermophysical processes in spacecraft onboard-apparatus bays
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Propagation of heat due to heat conduction and operation of the low-temperature heat pipes in the structural elements of spacecraft are modeled numerically. The multidimensional nonstationary temperature fields in honeycombed panels with spatially distributed and locally concentrated heat sources were calculated.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Heat Conduction Heat Source Temperature Field Heat Pipe
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