Analysis on Steady Temperature of Honeycomb-Core Panel Based on Coupled Aerothermal Heating and Honeycomb Conduction

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A physical model is formulated to evaluate the steady temperature field of honeycomb-core panel. The model takes into account the coupled effect of aerothermal heating and radiate energy from front and rear plate and honeycomb thermal conduction. The equations that are established based on the model are solved in numerical method and the equivalent thermal conductivity is obtained. The model is also used to investigate the effect of coming fluid and the geometric parameters of honeycomb structure on the TPS capacity.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 217-218)

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Zhou Mark

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1197-1201

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W. Liang et al., "Analysis on Steady Temperature of Honeycomb-Core Panel Based on Coupled Aerothermal Heating and Honeycomb Conduction", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 217-218, pp. 1197-1201, 2011

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March 2011

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