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Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Method Formulation Of Coupled Energy, Mass And Momentum Transport In Solid-liquid Phase Change Systems

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/MB970021

Volume

18

Pages

13

Published

1997

Size

1,106 kb

Author(s)

B. Sarler

Abstract

The problem of time dependent two-dimensional coupled energy, mass, and momentum transport in solid-liquid phase change systems has been formulated for the dual reciprocity Boundary Element Method solution procedure. The physical model is based on one-phase formulation which incorporates the connected and disconnected solid phase limits, and distinct or continuous phase change. Provisions for non-linear boundary conditions and temperature variation of all material properties are included. The related energy equation is source-term formulated, Kirchhoff transformed, and comprises the convective-difliisive extension of the Voller-Swaminathan timestep iteration strategy. T

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