Transient radiative heat transfer in a suspension of ceria particles undergoing non-stoichiometric reduction
Transient radiative heat transfer is analyzed numerically in a directly-irradiated plane-parallel medium containing a suspension of ceria particles undergoing non-stoichiometric thermal reduction. The micrometer-sized ceria particles are assumed to be homogenous, non-grey, absorbing, emitting, and anisotropically scattering, while the overall medium is of non-uniform temperature and composition. The unsteady mass and energy conservation equations are solved using the finite-volume method and...[Show more]
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