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Finite Element Analysis for Drying Process of Ceramic Electric Insulator Considering Heat and Moisture Transfer
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Finite Element Analysis for Drying Process of Ceramic Electric Insulator Considering Heat and Moisture Transfer
Geum, Yeong-Tak; Jeong, Jun-Ho; Kim, Jun-Han;
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 Abstract
Finite element analyses of the ceramic drying process are performed. The heat and moisture movements in green ceramics caused by temperature gradient, moisture gradient, conduction, convection and evaporation are considered. The finite element formulation for solving the temperature and moisture distributions which not only change the volume but also induce the hygro-thermal stress is carried out. In order to verify the formulation, the drying process of a ceramic electric insulator is simulated. Temperature distribution, moisture distribution, and hygro-thermal stress are compared with those of other researcher. Good agreements are achieved.
 Keywords
Heat and Moisture Transfer;Ceramic Electric Insulator;Drying Process;Hygro-thermal Stress;Deformed Shape;
 Language
Korean
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