Simulation of the temperature field in the surface layer under pulsed electron-beam heating

Gruzdev, V.; Zalesskii, V.; Rugol’, D.
March 2007
Journal of Engineering Physics & Thermophysics;Mar2007, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p231
Academic Journal
This paper presents the results of the numerical simulation of the temperature field in single-and double-layer materials under electron-beam heating in stationary and pulsed modes and analyzes the conditions under which control of the heat-treated-layer parameters by varying the duration, the off-duty ratio, and the number of heating pulses is provided.


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