Melting and solidification

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Melting and solidification find application in the geophysical sciences; industrial forming operations such as casting and laser drilling; latent heat energy storage systems; and food and pharmaceutical processing. Any manmade metal products must undergo liquid forms at some point during manufacturing processes and solidify to form intermediate or final products. <br>
Melting and solidification find application in the geophysical sciences; industrial forming operations such as casting and laser drilling; latent heat energy storage systems; and food and pharmaceutical processing. Any manmade metal products must undergo liquid forms at some point during manufacturing processes and solidify to form intermediate or final products. <br>
*<b>[[Classification of melting and solidification|Classifications]]</b>
*<b>[[Classification of melting and solidification|Classifications]]</b>
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*<b>[[Boundary conditions at solid-liquid Interface|Boundary Conditions at Interface]]</b>
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*<b>[[Boundary conditions at solid-liquid interface|Boundary Conditions at Interface]]</b>
*<B>[[Exact solutions of melting and solidification problems|Exact Solutions]]</b>
*<B>[[Exact solutions of melting and solidification problems|Exact Solutions]]</b>
:[[Governing equations of melting and solidification problem|Governing equations]], [[Exact solution of the one-region problems|one-region problem]], [[Exact solution of the two-region problems|two-region problem]].
:[[Governing equations of melting and solidification problem|Governing equations]], [[Exact solution of the one-region problems|one-region problem]], [[Exact solution of the two-region problems|two-region problem]].

Revision as of 09:24, 3 July 2010

Melting and solidification find application in the geophysical sciences; industrial forming operations such as casting and laser drilling; latent heat energy storage systems; and food and pharmaceutical processing. Any manmade metal products must undergo liquid forms at some point during manufacturing processes and solidify to form intermediate or final products.

Governing equations, one-region problem, two-region problem.
Description of integral solution, one-region problem, two-region problem, ablation, and melting and solidification in cylindrical coordinate systems.
Enthalpy method, equivalent heat capacity method, and temperature-transforming model.
Integral approximate method, mixture model and volume-averaging model.
Convection-controlled melting problem, and an enthalpy model for melting and solidification.


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