A nonstationary method for measuring heat fluxes
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A nonstationary method for measuring heat fluxes using a hollow cylindrical probe placed in the critical cross section of a nozzle is proposed. The temperature at a fixed distance from the inner surface of the probe is measured as a function of time. The time variation of the heat flux is determined by solving the one-dimensional nonlinear heat-conduction equation.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Heat Flux Time Variation Fixed Distance Cylindrical Probe
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