Heat flow in a cylinder
Abstract: A formal, analytical solution is given to the problem of finding the temperature in a cylinder which is gaining or losing heat by radiation exchange with a concentric, thin-walled metal tube. The tube in turn is radiating to, or receiving radiation from, its surroundings. A general treatment of systems with this type of boundary condition is presented first, and then the given problem is solved as a particular case.
W. P. Reid, Heat flow in a half space, Quart. Appl. Math. 14, 2, 206 (1956)
R. V. Churchill, Fourier series and boundary value problems, McGraw-Hill, New York, 47–50 (1941)
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