Temperature stresses in a cylinder in heat resistance tests under conditions of variable heat transfer
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The temperature field of a cylinder cooled (heated) in liquid media is numerically determined with allowance for the temperature dependence of the heat transfer coefficient. The results obtained are compared with calculations for α=const. Nonomgrams are given for calculating the maximum thermal stresses in the case of a linear dependence of heat transfer coefficient on temperature.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Statistical Physic Transfer Coefficient Heat Transfer Coefficient Thermal Stress
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