MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 247, 2018Fire and Environmental Safety Engineering 2018 (FESE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||10 December 2018|
Simulation process of the heat transfer in multilayered structures
Lviv State University of Life Safety, 79000, 35 Kleparivska St., Ukraine
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The mathematical model of heat transfer in a metal- expanded polystyrene- metal system is considered in the paper, taking into account the stratification and specificity of heat sources that appear in the process of thermal destruction of expanded polystyrene. Specificity of heat sources is based on the transition of expanded polystyrene from solid to gaseous state during the heating of the prototype in the furnace behind the temperature regime of a standard fire. Considered the problem of the process of nonstationary heat conduction, the simulation was performed taking into account the transition time of expanded polystyrene into the gaseous phase, and also taking into account the time of action of additional heat sources using a numerical scheme based on the finite difference method modelling. The time of the loss of the heat-insulating capacity of the three-layered wall system was determined. A comparative analysis of the results of theoretical and experimental studies to assess their fire resistance was carried out.
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