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Prediction of transient thermal boundary condition of a plate using the inverse method
|關鍵字:||heat transfer problem|
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|摘要:||在物理上來說，熱傳導問題可以偏微分方程式來表示，如用已知初始條件與邊界條件及相關物理性質，則可得溫度分布狀況，此稱為直接問題(direct problem)，直接問題的解，依求解方程可分為：解析解(analytic solution)，數值解(numerical solution)，或近似解(approximation solution)。若藉由測量內部溫度逆算熱傳導係數(thermal conductivity)，內部熱源(heat source)，邊界條件(boundary condition)，熱通量(heat flux)等，則稱為逆問題(inverse problem)。在一般的熱傳問題中，其邊界條件通常都會事先給定或假設為已知，但實際上在很多熱環境下，邊界條件很難事先給定，或藉由直接量測表面溫度獲得，所以需要量測內部溫度，只需要少量的量測點，再搭配逆算法即可預估邊界條件。
本文係利用二階有限差分(second order finite difference)來反算一細長平板之時變逆熱傳導問題(inverse heat transfer problems，IHTP)時，文中探討了三個時變，不同邊界條件的例子，在逆算熱邊界條件之前，吾人結合Savitzky－Gollay digital filter數位濾波法，將量測含噪之溫度值予以平滑化，最後再配合二階有限差分法來反算邊界條件。文中探討了量測間距，量測誤差大小，平滑視窗寬度等因素對預測熱邊界的影響，其結果顯示平滑後的誤差均會變小，因此利用有限差分法搭配Savitzky－Gollay digital filter數位濾波法逆算邊界條件，是一個有效的方法。|
In Physics, the heat transform problems can be illustrated with partial differential equations. For instance, the variation of the temperature of the plate would be obtained by applying known initial and boundary conditions as well as related physical characteristics. This is called direct problem. The solutions to the direct problems are analytic, numerical or approximation solution. Calculating thermal conductivity, heat source, boundary conditions and heat flux inversely by measuring interior temperature of the plate is called inverse problems. The boundary conditions of general thermal problems are given in advance or hypothetically known. However, under many thermal circumstances, the boundary conditions are difficult to be known beforehand or gained by measuring the surface temperature directly. As a result, it is necessary to measure the interior temperature. With only a few measuring points and inverse calculation, the boundary conditions would be estimated. The study utilizes second order finite difference method to calculate inversely the inverse heat transfer problem (IHTP) of a slender slab, with inclusive of three different timewise variations of thermal boundary conditions. Before calculating thermal boundary conditions inversely, the Savitzky-Gollay digital filter is employed to smooth the measured temperature which contains noise. Then the second order finite difference method is applied to calculate inversely the boundary conditions. The research discusses the influences of measurement space, measurement errors, and smoothed window breadth on predicting thermal boundary. The results show that the smoothed errors would be lower. Therefore, combining second order finite difference method and Savitzky-Gollay digital filter is an effective method of calculating thermal boundary conditions inversely.
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