HW9 09 - To, which is higher than the melting temperature...

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l t4 Solve exactly the problem considend in Exampie 11-3 for the case of melting. That is a solid in x > 0 is initially at a uniform temperature 7; lower than the melting temperature T,. For times t > 0 the boundary at x = 0 is kept at a constant temperature
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Unformatted text preview: To, which is higher than the melting temperature T, . Determine the temperature distribution in the l i q d and solid phases. and the location of the solid-liquid intcrfaa as a function of time....
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