Melting and solidification

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*<B>[[Exact solutions of melting and solidification problems|Exact Solutions]]</b>
*<B>[[Exact solutions of melting and solidification problems|Exact Solutions]]</b>
*<b>[[Integral approximate solution of melting and solidification problems|Integral Approximate Solution]]</b>
*<b>[[Integral approximate solution of melting and solidification problems|Integral Approximate Solution]]</b>
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:[[Heat conduction in a semi-infinite body|Description of integral solution]], [[Integral solution of the one-region problems|one-region problem]], [[Integral solution of the two-region problems|two-region problem]], [[Ablation under constant heat flux heating|ablation]], and [[Melting and solidification in cylindrical coordinate systems|melting and solidification in cylindrical coordinate systems]].
 
*<b>[[Numerical simulation of melting and solidification|Numerical Solution]]</b>
*<b>[[Numerical simulation of melting and solidification|Numerical Solution]]</b>
:[[Enthalpy method]], [[equivalent heat capacity method]], and [[temperature-transforming model]].  
:[[Enthalpy method]], [[equivalent heat capacity method]], and [[temperature-transforming model]].  

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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.

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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