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Roozbeh Saghatchi, Jafar Ghazanfarian
A Novel SPH Method for the Solution of Dual-Phase-Lag Model with Temperature-Jump Boundary Condition in Nanoscale
This paper proposes a newly developed smoothed-particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method for the solution of one-dimensional heat conduction problem within a nanoscale thin slab for Knudsen numbers of 0.1 and 1 under the effect of dual-phase-lag (DPL) model. A novel temperature-jump boundary condition is applied to the Lagrangian particle-based mesh-free SPH method in order to take into account the boundary phonon scattering phenomenon in the micro- and nano-scales. The formulation and discretization of the non-Fourier DPL heat conduction equation containing a thirdorder combined spatial-time derivative together with a temperature-jump boundary condition are presented and then a proper nanoscale time-stepping of the SPH method has been introduced. The dimensionless temperature and heat flux distributions have shown a good agreement with the existing numerical and analytical data for different dimensionless times, temperature to heat flux phase-lag ratios, and the Knudsen numbers. It is found that the developed SPH method have accurately simulated the complex behavior of the DPL model with relatively low computational cost.