Analytic Model for Non-Steady State Heat Transfer of Powder Pressing Roller


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An analysis for non steady state heat transfer of a hot pressing roller was suggested in 1-dimensional model. The surface temperature on hot pressing roller was predicted by using surface contact heat transfer coefficient calculated with induced analytic solution. We calculated the size of iron powder, influencing on surface contact heat transfer coefficient. Since coarse iron powder has reduced heat transfer coefficient during contacting on roll surface with smaller contact area, temperature on roller surface has been expected to decrease. This predicted temperature by the analytic model was fairly reasonable in comparison with experimental data and finite element model.



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H.J. Chang et al., "Analytic Model for Non-Steady State Heat Transfer of Powder Pressing Roller", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 475-479, pp. 3227-3230, 2005

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