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Periodic heat conduction in a solid homogeneous finite cylinder

Facoltà di Ingegneria, Università di Bergamo, via Marconi 6, 24044 Dalmine (BG), Italy
International Journal of Thermal Sciences (Impact Factor: 2.47). 01/2009; 48(4):722-732. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijthermalsci.2008.05.009

ABSTRACT Analytic solution of the steady periodic, non-necessarily harmonic, heat conduction in a homogeneous cylinder of finite length and radius is given in term of Fourier transform of the fluctuating temperature field. The solutions are found for quite general boundary conditions (first, second and third kind on each surface) with the sole restriction of uniformity on the lateral surface and radial symmetry on the bases. The thermal quadrupole formalism is used to obtain a compact form of the solution that can be, with some exception, straightforwardly extended to multi-slab composite cylinders. The limiting cases of infinite thickness and infinite radius are also considered and solved.

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