Edward Michaelchuck Jr., Scott Ramsey, Troy Mayo, Jesse Duncan, Samuel Lambrakos
Abstract: Parametric modelling of layer-configuration and heat sink-controlled surface temperatures of layered materials is examined. This modelling is in terms of numerical-analytical basis functions and equivalent source distributions, which provide parametric representation of temperature fields within and on surfaces of layered material systems. This modelling technique can be utilized for the design and optimization of surface temperatures. Results of prototype simulations are presented that demonstrate control of temperatures on surfaces bounding layered materials, using embedded heat sinks and different types of layer configurations.
Keywords: Multilayer Materials, Heat Transfer, Heat Sink, Inverse Analysis, Basis Function Expansion
Date Published: September 7, 2022 DOI: 10.11159/jffhmt.2022.011View Article