The article presents a method of solving the problem of controlled heating involving the reproduction of some regularity of heating the surface of an object. As an example the article presents the solution of the problem of controlled radiative heating of a steel cylinder, and the obtained calculation is compared with experimental data.
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A. V. Lykov, Heat and Mass Exchange [in Russian], Moscow (1972).
Yu. A. Geller, Tool Steels [in Russian], Moscow (1975).
V. T. Borukhov, É. T. Bruk-Levinson, M. A. Geller, et al., Controlled Heat Exchange in Processes of Heat Treatment of Steel [in Russian], Preprint, Institute of Heat and Mass Exchange of the Academy of Sciences of the B.SSR, No. 24, Minsk (1990).
Translated from Inzhenerno-fizicheskii Zhurnal, Vol. 61, No. 2, pp. 187–189, August, 1991.
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Bruk-Levinson, É.T., German, M.L., Geller, M.A. et al. Controlled rational heating of objects for heat treatment. Journal of Engineering Physics 61, 946–948 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00872785
- Experimental Data
- Heat Treatment
- Statistical Physic
- Rational Heating
- Radiative Heating