Thermal 3D model for non-homogeneous elements in mobile devices
V. I. Havrysh, O. S. Korol, R. R. Shkrab, B. O. Kviatkovskyi
Scientific Bulletin of UNFU
A mathematical model for the analysis of heat exchange between the environment and an isotropic space layer with an alien inclusions is developed, which is heated by a heat flux centered on one of the boundary surfaces. For this purpose, using the theory of generalized functions, the coefficient of thermal conductivity of this structure is depicted as one unit for the whole system. In view of this, instead of two equations of thermal conductivity for the layer and the inclusion and conditions
... perfect thermal contact on the surfaces of the junction between them, one equation of thermal conductivity was obtained in the generalized derivatives with breaking coefficients. We consider the case when the inclusion sizes are small compared to the distances from the inclusion surfaces to the boundary surfaces of the layer. In this connection, the combined thermophysical parameters were introduced and the thermal coefficients of the thermal conductivity equation were transformed into singular ones. For the solution of the boundary value problem of thermal conductivity containing this equation and boundary conditions on the boundary surfaces of the layer, an integral Fourier transform was used and, as a result, an analytical solution of the problem in the images was obtained. The inverse integral Fourier transform was applied to this solution, which made it possible to obtain the final analytical solution of the original problem. The analytical solution obtained is presented as a non-native double convergent integral. To determine the numerical values of the temperature in the above design, as well as to analyze the heat exchange between the layer and the environment caused by different temperature regimes due to the heating of the inhomogeneous layer by a heat source concentrated in the area of inclusion, computational programs have been developed. Using these programs, graphs are displayed showing the behavior of curves constructed using numerical values of the temperature distribution depending on the spatial coordinates for different inclusion materials. The obtained numerical values of temperature indicate a significant influence of the inclusion on its distribution in the design "layer-inclusion". The software also makes it possible to analyze these inhomogeneous media with respect to their heat resistance during heating. As a consequence, it becomes possible to raise and protect it from overheating, which can cause destruction not only of individual elements, but also of the whole structure.