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The objective of this work was to develop a mathematical model for predicting temperatures in concrete solar walls. A laboratory concrete wall was exposed to a cyclic radiant heat source while the wall was ventilated. Heat transfer in the wall was modeled using one-dimensional transient conduction equation, forced convection on the boundaries, and a step change in the radiant heat on one face of the wall. The maximum difference between the predicted and the experimental exit air temperatures was 1
modeling heat transfer in a ventilated concrete wall exposed to radiant heat
Sokhansanj, S. and G.C. Bowen 1988. MODELING HEAT TRANSFER IN A VENTILATED CONCRETE WALL EXPOSED TO RADIANT HEAT. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 30(2):263-266.
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