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The heating case represents the condition where the environment temperature is higher than the initial temperature of the solid. On the other hand, the cooling case implies that the solid is initially hotter than its environment. Numerical computations reveal that for the same parameters, the sphere cools most rapidly, followed by the cylinder, and finally the slab. The same sequence is found for radiant heating. 12) where ∆V is the voltage (electrical potential), I is the current, and R is the electrical resistance.
The goal of thermal control is to prevent part failures and also to achieve desired system performance and reliability. Another goal of thermal control is to obtain an optimum design. The optimum system will result from a series of trade-off studies considering several factors: 1. Performance. The primary and foremost consideration is that the system must be able to perform its required functions and the specific tasks for which it is designed. 2. Producibility. The system under consideration must be producible without involving a very complicated manufacturing process.
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