Finite Difference Approximation for Solving Transient Heat Conduction Equation of Copper

Authors: Dalal Adnan Maturi, Nujud Makhdhur Alsulami, Eman Salem Alaidarous

ABSTRACT
In this paper, a numerical technique is proposed to obtain the solution for transient heat conduction equation of Copper. The copper element is characterized by many characteristics; the most important of which is its high ability to conduct heat and electrical conductivity, in addition to being a flexible and malleable metal that is easy to form without being broken, making it one of the basic minerals that humans have benefited from for thousands of years, it is one of the first minerals. That has been discovered and extracted, and still plays a major role in the development of societies. The obtained solutions are compared with the available exact solutions and the obtained solutions using the finite difference method. The results indicate that the finite difference method is a highly effective method for obtaining approximate solutions for the thermal conductivity equation for copper. It is also clear from the numerical results from copper in the high conductivity of heat and electricity.

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Journal: Advances in Pure Mathematics
DOI: 10.4236/apm.2020.105021(PDF)
Paper Id: 100431 (metadata)

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