Transient temperature distributions in simple conducting bodies steadily heated through a laminar boundary layer
Description: "An analysis is made of the transient heat-conduction effects in three simple semi-infinite bodies: the flat insulated plate, the conical shell, and the slender solid cone. The bodies are assumed to have constant initial temperatures and, at zero time, to begin to move at a constant speed and zero angle of attack through a homogeneous atmosphere. The heat input is taken as that through a laminar boundary layer. Radiation heat transfer and transverse temperature gradients are assumed to be zero" (p. 1).
Date: December 1953
Creator: Parker, Hermon M.
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