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Analysis of Time-Fractional Heat Transfer and its Thermal Deflection in a Circular Plate by a Moving Heat Source

Published Online: 17 Aug 2020
Page range: 158 - 168
Received: 24 Dec 2019
Accepted: 24 May 2020
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Mathematical modeling of a thin circular plate has been made by considering a nonlocal Caputo type time fractional heat conduction equation of order 0 < α ≤ 2, by the action of a moving heat source. Physically convective heat exchange boundary conditions are applied at lower, upper and outer curved surface of the plate. Temperature distribution and thermal deflection has been investigated by a quasi-static approach in the context of fractional order heat conduction. The integral transformation technique is used to analyze the analytical solution to the problem. Numerical computation including the effect of the fractional order parameter has been done for temperature and deflection and illustrated graphically for an aluminum material.

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