V.I. Havrysh

Èlektron. model. 2021, 43(4):37-50


A mathematical model of heat exchange analysis between an isotropic two-layer plate heated by a point heat source concentrated on the conjugation surfaces of layers and the environment has been developed. To do this, using the theory of generalized functions, the coefficient of thermal conductivity of the materials of the plate layers is shown as a whole for the whole system. Given this, instead of two equations of thermal conductivity for each of the plate layers and the conditions of ideal thermal contact, one equation of thermal conductivity in generalized derivatives with singular coefficients is obtained between them. To solve the boundary value problem of thermal conductivity containing this equation and boundary conditions on the boundary surfaces of the plate, the integral Fourier transform was used and as a result an analytical solution of the problem in images was obtained. An inverse integral Fourier transform was applied to this solution, which made it possible to obtain the final analytical solution of the original problem. The obtained analytical solution is presented in the form of an improper convergent integral. According to Simpson's method, numerical values  of this integral are obtained with a certain accuracy for given values  of layer  thickness, spatial coordinates, specific power of a point heat source, thermal conductivity of structural materials of the plate and heat transfer coefficient from the boundary surfaces of the plate. The material of the first layer of the plate is copper, and the second is aluminum. Computational programs have been developed to determine the numerical values of temperature in the given structure, as well as to analyze the heat exchange between the plate and the environment due to different temperature regimes due to heating the plate by a point heat source concentrated on the conjugation surfaces.  Using these programs, graphs are shown that show the behavior of curves constructed using numerical values of the temperature distribution depending on the spatial coordinates. The obtained numerical values of temperature indicate the correspondence of the developed mathematical model of heat exchange analysis between a two-layer plate with a point heat source focused on the conjugation surfaces of the layersand the environment, the real physical process.


heat transfer, isotropic two-layer plate, thermal conductivity, temperature field, heat-insulated surface, perfect thermal contact.


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