finite element technology was used in thermal calculation for the fluid in the storage tanks widely; however, the traditional finiteelementmethod might come into being numerical oscillation or distortion during the process of solving the big gradient
An appreciation of usability of the finite element technique for the thermal analysis of stripe-geometry diode lasers is carried out in the present work. Thye technique appears to be very exact and surprisingly speed using even a standard IBM PC/AT microcomputer.
Authors:A. Bärwolff, R. Puchert, P. Enders, U. Menzel, and D. Ackermann
New results of steady-state two-dimensional finite-element computations of temperature distributions of high power semiconductor
laser arrays are presented. The influence of different thermal loads on the 2D temperature distribution in AlGaAs/GaAs gain-guided laser arrays is investigated. TheFEM model is tested by comparing it with analytical solutions. For numerical convenience, the latter is rewritten in a novel
form, which is free of overflow problems. The maximum temperatures calculated by both methods agree within 1%. Several factors
determining the thermal resistance of the device are quantitatively examined: the ratio of light emitting to non-emitting
areas along the active zone, the amount of Joule losses, the current spreading, the solder thickness, and voids in the solder.
This yields design rules for optimum thermal performance.
, pressure, buried depth, soil temperature; soil thermal conductivity, oil viscosity, and oil density on the stochastic fluctuation of oil temperatures were investigated [ 6 ].
Finiteelementmethod is an effective method for temperature field analysis
Authors:Shengxing Wu, Donghui Huang, Feng-Bao Lin, Haitao Zhao, and Panxiu Wang
]. Borst and Boogaard [ 12 ] studied deformation and cracking in early age concrete modeled by finiteelementmethod considering hardening process of young concrete, heat production, stiffness evolution, and concrete creep. The numerical model of the solar
Authors:A. Joly, J. Joly, J. Veau, and E. Karmazsin
This work presents the modelling of heat transfer in a polymer sample submitted to a microwave field in the quartz column
of a dilatometer surrounded by vacuum to avoid convection. The temperature rise is studied in transient state by the finite
element method. It is assumed that a uniform and constant heat production is maintained in the entire volume of the sample.
It is shown that it is possible to design the set composed of the sample and of the column to achieve a nearly uniform temperature
in the whole volume of the sample while its temperature is raised from 20 to 250°C at a heating rate of 5 deg·min−1.
Authors:Ehsan Bafekrpour, George P. Simon, Chunhui Yang, Jana Habsuda, Minoo Naebe, and Bronwyn Fox
-stirred fluid. Cho et al. [ 8 ] studied the effects of the material variation through the thickness in functionally graded composites on temperature gradient and resulting thermal stress to optimize and control thermal stress using the finiteelementmethod. It
information concerning whether or not excessive heat could be removed, or how the operating temperature can be controlled in an appropriate range [ 8 – 10 ]. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finiteelementmethods (FEM) are recommended for the