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Title: Analytical solution to transient inverse heat conduction problem using Green’s function
Authors: Parida R.K.
Madav V.
Hindasageri V.
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry , Vol. 141 , 6 , p. 2391 - 2404
Abstract: A transient inverse heat conduction problem concerning jet impingement heat transfer has been solved analytically in this paper. Experimentally obtained transient temperature history at the non-impinging face, assumed to be the exposed surface in real practice, is the only input data. Aim of this study is to estimate two unknown thermo-physical parameters—overall heat transfer coefficient and adiabatic wall temperature—at the impinging face simultaneously. The approach of Green’s Function to accommodate both the transient convective boundary conditions and transient radiation heat loss is used to derive the forward model, which is purely an analytical method. Levenberg–Marquardt algorithm, a basic approach to optimisation, is used as a solution procedure to the inverse problem. An in-house computer code using MATLAB (version R2014a) is used for analysis. The method is applied for a case of a methane–air flame impinging on one face of a flat 3-mm-thick stainless steel plate, keeping Reynolds number of the gas mixture 1000 and dimensionless burner tip to impinging plate distance equals to 4, while maintaining the equivalence ratio one. Inclusion of both radiation and convection losses in the Green’s function solution for the forward problem enhances the accuracy in the forward model, thereby increasing the possibility of estimating the parameters with better accuracy. The results are found to be in good agreement with the literature. This methodology is independent of flow and heating conditions, and can be applied even to high-temperature applications. © 2020, Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary.
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