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Phenomena of Hyperbolic Heat Conduction in the Hot Mold with an Inner Defect
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Phenomena of Hyperbolic Heat Conduction in the Hot Mold with an Inner Defect
Lee, Gwan-Su; Im, Gwang-Ok; Jo, Hyeong-Cheol; Kim, U-Seung;
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In the glass forming process, the phenomena of hyperbolic heat conduction in the hot mold with an inner defect are studied analytically. It is shown that the temperature predicted by the parabolic model is underestimated compared to the one by the hyperbolic model. As the rmal wave is reflected from the area with defects and then arrives at the surface supplied by the heat flux, it is expected that there exists thermal shock in the materials. The area with defects is assumed to be adiabatic since its thermal conductivity is much lower compared to the one of the material. The results also indicate that the sudden temperature -jump in the mold surface can cause diverse problems such as glass defect (embryo mark, etc), oxidation of mold and coating, and change of material properties.
Defect;Hyperbolic Heat Conduction;Hot Mold;Parabolic Heat Conduction;Thermal Wave;
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