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Distortion in Thermal Field Around Inserted Thermocouples in Experimental Interfacial Studies, Part 4: End Effect

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M. H. Attia

Dept., Mechanical Engineering, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

A. Cameron, L. Kops

Department of Mechanical Engineering, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 124(1), 135-145 (Mar 01, 2000) (11 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1419199 History: Received March 01, 1999; Revised March 01, 2000
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Schematic representation of the orientation of the thermocouple installation in relation to the hot and cold surfaces (A and B) and the adiabatic surfaces C on the test block
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Three-dimensional finite element idealization of (a) the half block with the thermocouple installation, and (b) a close-up of the equivalent thermocouple wire, insulation and filler material
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Three-dimensional representation of the dimensionless disturbed temperature field ϕ around and below a perfectly insulated flat-ended hole
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Iso-surfaces of the dimensionless parameter ϕ around the flat-ended hole, in which the thermocouple assembly is inserted (kf=0.35 W/mK,kb=6.14 W/mK, and kt=204.27 W/mK)
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The ϕ-isolines in the region surrounding a hole in a stainless steel block, using E-type thermocouple assembly and low conductivity cement (kf=0.35 W/mK): (a) in the plane passing through the bottom of the hole, and (b) in the axial plane, y=0, parallel to the direction of heat flow
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The ϕ-isolines in the region surrounding a hole, using low conductivity cement (kf=0.35 W/mK) and T-type thermocouple, in a block made of: (a) stainless steel, and (b) ceramic
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The ϕ-isolines in the region surrounding a hole, using high conductivity cement (kf=86.6 W/mK) and T-type thermocouple in a block made of: (a) stainless steel, and (b) ceramic
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The ϕ-isolines in the region surrounding a hole in a carbon steel block, using medium conductivity cement (kf=3.50 W/mK) and J-type thermocouple which is: (a) concentric with the hole, and (b) touching the up-stream side of the hole
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Effect of the partial heat flow ratio ε on the dimensionless temperature measurement error ϕav: A: kf=86.6 W/mK, and B: kf=0.35 W/mK
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Rectification of the dimensionless temperature measurement error ϕav, using the modified partial heat flow parameter ξ=ε(kt/kf)n
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Schematic representation of the experimental set-up
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Comparison between measured and predicted temperatures near the bottom of a perfectly insulated hole

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