16 October 1995 Pulsed heating of solids: modeling by the transmission line method
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Proceedings Volume 2373, Solid State Crystals: Materials Science and Applications; (1995); doi: 10.1117/12.224954
Event: Solid State Crystals: Materials Science and Applications, 1994, Zakopane, Poland
Abstract
Heat flow modeling by using the transmission line matrix method (TLM) was applied to simulate the pulsed heating which can be accomplished by absorption of radiation or during detonation of explosives. This work presents the results of calculations of time and spatial dependence of heat flow into a solid due to the pulsed radiation absorbed in the surface layer of the solid. The TLM method enables the accurate calculation of the rate of heat flow during and after the course of energy absorption in a thin surface layer. It permits us to determine temperature variation near the surface.
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Michal Janusz Malachowski, Marian J. Buda, "Pulsed heating of solids: modeling by the transmission line method", Proc. SPIE 2373, Solid State Crystals: Materials Science and Applications, (16 October 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.224954; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.224954
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Absorption

Solids

Chemical elements

Scattering

Numerical analysis

Radio propagation

Solid modeling

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