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Engineering Services, Heat Transfer Research, Inc. This chapter provides a concise review of the mathematical theory of heat conduction and its engineering applications. Fourier’s law and the general heat conduction equation are developed. Solutions of the fundamental equations are presented for a number of one-dimensional steady-state problems, and these solutions are used to develop the concepts of thermal resistance, the R-value of insulating materials and the conduction shape factor. It is shown how these concepts can be applied to solve a number of problems of the type frequently encountered in process engineering. Finally, a few unsteady-state solutions of the conduction equation are presented and their use in solving engineering problems is illustrated. This article has not been cited.

Experimental investigation on conductive heat flux from concrete to liquid nitrogen. Reconstruction of heat flux profile by inverse heat conduction problem solution procedure. Insights of the applicability of perfect thermal contact model in predicting heat flux from concrete to cryogenic liquids. The solution procedure for inverse heat conduction problems is employed to reconstruct the dynamic heat flux profile at concrete surface, using the measured temperature data and concrete thermal properties as inputs. Evaporation rate of LNG is evaluated based on present heat flux results and it is found to be lower than when LNG spilled on water. The results in this paper provide insights for the applicability of PTCM in predicting conductive heat flux from concrete to cryogenic liquids.

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Click the View full text link to bypass dynamically loaded article content. Engineering Services, Heat Transfer Research, Inc. This chapter provides a concise review of the mathematical theory of heat conduction and its engineering applications. Fourier’s law and the general heat conduction equation are developed. Solutions of the fundamental equations are presented for a number of one-dimensional steady-state problems, and these solutions are used to develop the concepts of thermal resistance, the R-value of insulating materials and the conduction shape factor. It is shown how these concepts can be applied to solve a number of problems of the type frequently encountered in process engineering. Finally, a few unsteady-state solutions of the conduction equation are presented and their use in solving engineering problems is illustrated.