Self-similar heating regime upon destruction of the surface of materials
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The applicability of the dependence Δ* ≈ K√aτ in mass transfer from the surface of heat insulating materials is experimentally demonstrated. A formula for calculating the temperature coefficient K is suggested.
KeywordsMass Transfer Statistical Physic Temperature Coefficient Heating Regime
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