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Force and Heat Generation in a Conducting Sphere in an Alternating Magnetic Field
The interaction of an electrically conducting sphere with a time varying magnetic ﬁeld is useful in the study of "containerless" processing methods such as electromagnetic levitation melting. The fundamental quantities of ...
Near-Field Radiative Energy Exchange Analysis of Nanospheres and Nanorods: Space Waste Heat Recovery Device Design
In the present study, a theoretical method for sphere-to-sphere radiative heat exchange is implemented for silica, lithium fluoride, and arsenic triselenide nanospheres of equal and unequal radii. The method is extended ...
Thermal conductances of aligned structures and thin films with embedded carbon nanotubes
Individual carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have superior thermal conductivity than conventional materials. The applications for CNTs range from heat sinks, thin films to thermal interface materials. However, when CNTs are grouped ...