Proceedings of The 5th International Conference on Academic Research in Science, Technology and Engineering
Numerical Methods and Approximations for the Heat Transfer Problem
Shkelqim Hajrulla, Arban Uka, Loubna Ali, Taylan Demir
In many studies of the heat transfer problems, many scientifics have studied the heat transfer problems by solving partial differential equations without any use of approximations or finding the solutions with experimental data. In this paper, we analyze the heat transfer problem using a heat source in a closed environment and how it transfers in the neighboring sections. We refer to mathematical concept to make possible the simplification of the complexity that associates such thermodynamic problems. We will discuss such a problem as a discrete one, easily computable, rather than treating it as a continuous one. We have reduced this problem into solving a simple system of linear equations and differential equations. In many cases differential equations are hard and difficult to solve. So, we use numerical methods to approximate the differential equations to algebraic equations and solve them. We will compare different algorithms used and show which one of them performs better under our test conditions. The program will simulate the heat transfer of a single heat source in a closed environment. The results of the simulations will be presented in graphs and demonstrated in visual settings. In the end, we will provide our conclusions on the performance of the numerical methods. We achieve the purpose of this study, which is to analyze the heat generation analysis and heat transport in three-dimensional space as to the neighboring sides of a closed enviroment.
Keywords: transforms, decomposition method, image rendering, Poison equation, distribution.