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Thermomass Theory for Non-Fourier Heat Conduction

  • Hai-Dong WangEmail author
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Abstract

With the rapid development of femtosecond laser and micro/nano processing techniques, researchers face great challenges in thermal management and analysis under the extreme conditions. As the theoretical basis of heat transfer, Fourier’s law may break down at femtosecond temporal scales and nanometer spatial scales. In 1822, Fourier stated in his book “Analytical theory of heat” that the mechanical principles could not be applied to study the thermal phenomenon, which used concepts that differed from other fields of study [1]. But the heat transport in metals can be analogous to the charge transport according to the Wiedemann–Franz (WF) law [2], it shows internal connection between thermal science and other branches of physics. Guo has developed a novel thermomass theory to analyze the heat conduction using Newtonian mechanics [3], creating a new path for thermal analysis under the extreme conditions.

Keywords

Thermal Wave Critical Heat Flux Internal Heat Source Damp Wave Equation Heat Conduction Process 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Engineering MechanicsTsinghua UniversityBeijingPeople’s Republic of China

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