Identification of temperature dependences of center-punch specific electrical resistance during graphitization
Keywords:identification, temperature dependence, center-punch specific electrical resistance, object-oriented functional basis, electrode graphitization, 3D electromagnetic fields
A temperature dependence identification technique is worked out for graphitization furnace center-punch specific electrical resistance through applying a special object-oriented functional basis and temperature dependences of its components specific electric resistance. High accuracy of 3D electromagnetic field simulation data processing during electrode graphitization is maintained.
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