Photothermal Thermoelastic Bending for Media with Thermal Memory
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Photothermal thermoelastic bending depends on an optically generated dynamic thermal field distribution within a sample. A generalized description of the distribution is proposed, including the effects of a finite heat propagation velocity and a finite, non-zero time of thermal relaxation (known as thermal memory effects in generalized heat conduction theory), and finally the generated thermoelastic bending is calculated by using both a thin solid-plate approximation and a decoupling system of thermoelastic equations. The comparison between this model and the classical one, which does not account for thermal memory influence, has been made. If the sample is thicker than the value of its minimal thermal diffusion length, the difference between the two models becomes insignificant. Otherwise, it has been shown that the two models tend to overlap at low and high modulation frequencies of the excitation light, while in the mid-frequency range, some deviations become more apparent and therm...al memory properties of the sample must be taken into account. The suggested model enables evaluation of thermal memory properties for such a solid.
Кључне речи:Heat propagation speed / Photothermal / Thermal memory / Thermoelastic bending
Извор:International Journal of Thermophysics, 2012, 33, 10-11, 2203-2209
- 16th International Conference on Photothermal and Photoacoustic Phenomena (ICPPP), Nov 27-Dec 01, 2011, Merida, Mexico