Mathematical Models of Heat Exchange in Multilayer Constructions with Various Thermalphysic Characteristics in Industrial Installations
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The article presents the developed mathematical models of heat exchange in multilayer flatconstructions with honeycomb filler. The mathematical description of temperature process in composite materials polymerization at three production stages is made. This work continues researches in the field of thermalphysic processes modeling in multilayered designs. The application features of the method of finite integral transformations with Green's function and the isothermal surfaces method are considered. Describing the product cooling process the Laplace finite integral transformation has been used. Heat emission is measured in the course of polymerization. The universality of the developed mathematical apparatus allows to create the software for experimentations on the computer. The authors offer also further directions of the research.
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