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3

**Heat Conduction in a Finite Slab
**

Introduction

This simple example covers the heat conduction in a finite slab, modeling how the

temperature varies with time. You first set up the problem in COMSOL Multiphysics

and then compare it to the analytical solution given in Ref. 1.

In addition, this example model also shows how to avoid oscillations due to a jump

between initial and boundary conditions by using a smoothed step function.

Model Definition

The model domain is defined between x = -b and x = b. The initial temperature is

constant, equal to T0, over the whole domain; see the figure below. At time t = 0, the

temperature at both boundaries is lowered to T1.

T(b,0)=T1

T(-b,0)=T1

**Figure 1: Modeling domain.
**

To compare the modeling results to the literature (Ref. 1), introduce new

dimensionless variables according to the following definitions:

T1 – T

x

αt

Θ = -------------------, η = ---, τ = -----2T1 – T0

b

b

The model equation then becomes

2

∂-----Θ∂ Θ

= ---------2∂τ

∂η

with the associated initial condition

τ = 0, Θ = 1

©2012 COMSOL

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HEAT CONDUCTION IN A FINITE SLAB

Reference 1. Conduction of heat in Solids.4. and it is also better from a numerical point of view. Figure 2: Temperature profiles. In this plot. 2 | HEAT CONDUCTION IN A FINITE SLAB ©2012 COMSOL . η = ± 1. 101. 0. 2nd ed. 0. 1959. Results and Discussion Figure 2 shows the temperature as a function of position at the dimensionless times τ = 0.C.Solved with COMSOL Multiphysics 4. Oxford University Press. H. the slab’s center is situated at x = 0 with its end faces located a x = -1 and x = 1.S.6. p.04.2..01. Jaeger. The temperature profiles shown in the graph are identical to the analytical solution given in Carslaw and Jaeger (Ref. 0. Carslaw and J. Θ = f ( τ ) This method is usually more realistic from a physical point of view than the sudden change in the temperature. 0. 1). and 0.3 To model the temperature decrease at the boundaries use a smoothed step function of time f(τ).1.

4 In the Add physics tree. In the tree. 3 In the Left endpoint edit field. 5 Right-click Model 1>Geometry 1>Interval 1 and choose Rename. 4 Click the Build All button. type -1. select Heat Transfer>Heat Transfer in Solids (ht). GEOMETRY 1 Interval 1 1 In the Model Builder window. 6 Find the Studies subsection.Solved with COMSOL Multiphysics 4. under Model 1 right-click Geometry 1 and choose Interval. choose None. 2 In the Model settings window. 2 In the Interval settings window. click Model 1. MODEL 1 The Heat Transfer in Solids interface can be used for solving the dimensionless equations. 3 From the Unit system list. 7 Click Finish.3 Model Library path: Heat_Transfer_Module/Tutorial_Models/ heat_conduction_in_slab Modeling Instructions MODEL WIZARD 1 Go to the Model Wizard window. 5 Click Next. locate the Model Settings section. 2 Click the 1D button. 7 Click OK. ©2012 COMSOL 3 | HEAT CONDUCTION IN A FINITE SLAB . locate the Interval section. 3 Click Next. 6 Go to the Rename Interval dialog box and type Slab in the New name edit field. select Preset Studies>Time Dependent. You can switch of the dimensions using the following commands: 1 In the Model Builder window.

Step 1 1 In the Model Builder window. you can inspect the shape of the step function.Solved with COMSOL Multiphysics 4. under Model 1>Heat Transfer in Solids click Heat Transfer in Solids 1. type 5e-4. H E A T TR A N S F E R I N S O L I D S Heat Transfer in Solids 1 1 In the Model Builder window. 4 | HEAT CONDUCTION IN A FINITE SLAB ©2012 COMSOL . 4 In the From edit field. type 0. 6 Click to expand the Smoothing section. under Model 1 right-click Definitions and choose Functions>Step. locate the Heat Conduction section. Optionally. 5 In the To edit field. type 1. 7 Click the Plot button. 2 In the Heat Transfer in Solids settings window.3 DEFINITIONS Add a step function for use in the boundary conditions. 3 In the Location edit field. 2 In the Step settings window. type 1e3. locate the Parameters section. In the Size of transition zone edit field.

01.3 3 From the k list. In the associated edit field. In the associated edit field. right-click Study 1 and choose Show Default Solver. 2 In the Initial Values settings window. type 1. under Model 1 click Mesh 1. 3 In the Temperature settings window.1). ©2012 COMSOL 5 | HEAT CONDUCTION IN A FINITE SLAB .0. choose User defined. type step1(t). In the associated edit field. use the initial time step that is smaller than the transition zone of the step function. 2 In the Time Dependent settings window. choose Finer. 3 From the Element size list. Temperature 1 1 In the Model Builder window. 3 In the Times edit field. locate the Temperature section. 4 In the T0 edit field. choose User defined. From the ρ list. locate the Study Settings section.Solved with COMSOL Multiphysics 4. 5 From the Cp list. locate the Mesh Settings section. type 1. Initial Values 1 1 In the Model Builder window. 4 Locate the Thermodynamics section. 4 Click the Build All button. 3 In the T edit field. under Model 1>Heat Transfer in Solids click Initial Values 1. choose User defined. type 1. 2 Select Boundaries 1 and 2 only. Solver 1 1 In the Model Builder window. type 1. right-click Heat Transfer in Solids and choose the boundary condition Temperature. 2 In the Mesh settings window. STUDY 1 Step 1: Time Dependent 1 In the Model Builder window. locate the Initial Values section. type range(0. under Study 1 click Step 1: Time Dependent. To make sure that the transition of the boundary temperature from 1 to zero is represented correctly by the transient solver. MESH 1 1 In the Model Builder window.

7 Select the Show legends check box. expand the Temperature (ht) node. 8 Click to expand the Coloring and Style section. 4 Click the Plot button. choose Cycle.2. click to expand the Time Stepping section.Solved with COMSOL Multiphysics 4. 0. 6 | HEAT CONDUCTION IN A FINITE SLAB ©2012 COMSOL . click to expand the Legends section. 0. RESULTS Temperature (ht) 1 In the 1D Plot Group settings window. 0. From the Marker list. The default plot shows the temperature distribution along the slab for all time steps. as in Figure 2. type 0. 5 In the Model Builder window. expand the Solver 1 node. 1 by plotting the temperature for a given set of output times. then click Time-Dependent Solver 1. then click Line Graph 1. right-click Study 1 and choose Compute. 0. choose From list. You can compare the COMSOL Multiphysics solution to that of Ref.1. 6 In the Model Builder window.04. 3 In the Time-Dependent Solver settings window. locate the Data section. 4 Select the Initial step check box. 5 In the associated edit field. Find the Line markers subsection.00010. 2 From the Time selection list. and 0. 3 In the Times list.3 2 In the Model Builder window.4.01. 6 In the Line Graph settings window.6. choose 0.

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