Publication

Analytical Model for Heat Absorption: Lessons Learned From a One Dimensional Model

Authors: Joshua Stimson (Birmingham City University) , Mike Ward (Birmingham City University) , John Sutter (Diamond Light Source) , Jim Kay (Diamond Light Source) , Peter Docker (Diamond Light Source) , Trevor Rayment (Diamond Light Source) , Sofia Diaz-moreno (Diamond Light Source)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Conference Paper
Conference: SRI2015
Peer Reviewed: Yes

State: Published (Approved)
Published: July 2016

Abstract: Abstract. An analytical model was constructed of a single silicon crystal monochromator. This model was used to examine the heat transfer processes within the monochromator. It was discovered that extracting heat from the top surface of the monochromator could cause the peak temperature to be below the surface of the crystal; this dislocation was shown to be approximately 10% of the thickness of the crystal when 20% of the input power was extracted from the top surface.

Subject Areas: Physics, Engineering


Instruments: I20-Scanning-X-ray spectroscopy (XAS/XES)

Documents:
Analytical Model for Heat Absorption.pdf