536.2 Effective thermal conductivity of a composite in case of inclusions shape deviations from spherical ones

Zarubin V. S. (Bauman Moscow State Technical University), Kuvyrkin G. N. (Bauman Moscow State Technical University), Savelyeva I. Y. (Bauman Moscow State Technical University)


doi: 10.18698/2309-3684-2014-4-317

On the basis of mathematical model of thermal interaction between inclusion and the matrix we estimated influence of inclusions deviations from spherical shape on the effective thermal conductivity coefficient of the composite and associated with such deviation a possible occurrence of the anisotropy of the composite with respect to the property of thermal conductivity. Using the dual variational formulation of the stationary problem of heat conduction in an inhomogeneous body we built bilateral estimates of effective thermal conductivity.

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Zarubin V., Kuvyrkin G., Savelyeva I. Effective thermal conductivity of a composite in case of inclusions shape deviations from spherical ones. Маthematical Modeling and Coтputational Methods, 2014, №4 (4), pp. 3-17

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