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2010 | 118 | 4 | 550-562
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Radiative Heat Loss Correction for 3-Body Graphite Calorimeters

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For a 3-body Domen-type absorbed-dose graphite calorimeter a refined ordinary differential equation model is developed taking into account the heat loss through radiation from the surface of all three bodies. The new reduced heat transfer coefficients, K_{i}*, i = 1, 2, 3 were defined and the associated calculated heat loss correction factors F_{C}* and F_{C+J}* were determined. The total energy lost by radiation from the core surface was evaluated for both heating and post heating periods as being 31.35% from the total core heat loss (and up to 1.1% from the total energy delivered to the core during the heating time). A new correction factor for heat loss through radiation from the calorimeter bodies' surfaces was introduced and calculated as being k_{SB} ≈ 0.9996.
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550-562
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2010-10
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2009-05-20
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2010-06-02
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  • S.C. Explora Rx S.R.L., Computer Tomography Clinic, Str. Eternitate, 45, 700304, Iasi, Romania
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  • Department of Solid State and Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Univ. "Al.I. Cuza", Blvd. Carol I, 11, 700506, Iasi, Romania
  • Department of Solid State and Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Univ. "Al.I. Cuza", Blvd. Carol I, 11, 700506, Iasi, Romania
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