The article presents the construction of the self-simulating solution of the problem of freezing of disperse soils attended by migration of moisture in the melted and the frozen zones. The conditions are determined under which a freezing layer forms between them. A comparison of the theoretical data with the experimental ones shows qualitative coincidence.
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Yanitskii, P.A. Solution of the self-simulating problem of heat and moisture transfer during freezing of disperse soils. Journal of Engineering Physics 51, 1338–1344 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00870692
- Statistical Physic
- Layer Form
- Theoretical Data
- Moisture Transfer