The approximate equivalence between the dual-phase-lagging heat conduction model and the Fourier heat conduction in porous media subject to lack of local thermal equilibrium suggested the possibility of thermal oscillations and resonance. The present investigation demonstrates that the physical conditions necessary for such thermal waves and, possibly resonance, to materialize are not attainable in a porous slab subject to constant temperature conditions applied on the boundaries.
Absence of Oscillations and Resonance in Porous Media Dual-Phase-Lagging Fourier Heat Conduction
Manuscript received May 24, 2004; revision received December 2, 2004. Review conducted by: R. P. Roy.
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Vadasz, P. (March 24, 2005). "Absence of Oscillations and Resonance in Porous Media Dual-Phase-Lagging Fourier Heat Conduction ." ASME. J. Heat Transfer. March 2005; 127(3): 307–314. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.1860567
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