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December 10th, 2013, 02:59 AM   #1
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Effect of distance to temperature

Consider a cubic box and a heat source inside it.
I am trying to create a mathematical model for investigating the effect of distances (in the x,y and z) between the heat source and box surfaces to temperature. I am using a CFD software to calculate max temperature values over the box surfaces for specfied distances.

Lets say x11 and x21 are the distance from the heat source to the side surfaces of the box. y11 and y21 to front and back surfaces and z11 and z21 are top and bottom surfaces distances from the heat source. If I have the temperature values for this and also for the following configurations;

x21 x22 ; y21 y22 ; z21 z22
x31 x32 ; y31 y32 ; z31 z32
x41 x42 ; y41 y42 ; z41 z42
x51 x52 ; y51 y52 ; z51 z52
x61 x62 ; y61 y62 ; z61 z62

how can I create a mathematical model to calculate the temperature at any arbitrary distance?
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