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Simulation 0f the Heat Transfer in the Nanocathode

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The heat transfer processis simulated in a nano-sized cone-shaped cathode. A model of heat transfer is constructed using the phase field system and theNottingham effect. We considerinfluence of the free boundary curvature and the Nottingham effect on the heat balance in the cathode.

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Daniov, V. , Rudnev, V. and Kretov, V. (2012) Simulation 0f the Heat Transfer in the Nanocathode. Open Journal of Applied Sciences, 2, 78-81. doi: 10.4236/ojapps.2012.24B019.

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