Temperature distribution: 3D

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Temperature distribution: 3D

Post by RAGHAV » Thu May 02, 2013 7:08 pm

Dear Bernd,

In the phase field method, if i want to describe the temperature distribution in 3D, how should the equation look like?

What i found closest was just in X-direction from the paper ,

Phase-field simulation of the columnar-to-equiaxed transition in alloy solidification
Arnoldo Badillo, Christoph Beckermann

Concerned part from the paper

In dimensional terms, the temperature distribution T(x, t) is given by

T = To + G(x - Vp . t) ...... (Eq. 5 in the paper)

where T0 is a reference temperature, G is the imposed thermal
gradient, and Vp is the imposed (‘‘pulling’’) speed with
which the profile is translated across the domain.

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