Speed-optimized control of the heating of a plate with restrictions on the thermal stresses is constructed as a junction of the distribution of internal heat sources by the method of the inverse problem of heat conduction.
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Vigak, V.M., Kostenko, A.V. & Zasadna, K.E. Speed-optimized control of heating of a thermoelastic plate with the help of internal heat sources. J Math Sci 66, 2072–2076 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01097396
- Heat Conduction
- Inverse Problem
- Thermal Stress
- Heat Source
- Internal Heat