Estimates of the validity range for the hyperbolic equation of heat-conduction in homogeneous symmetric continuous bodies
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Estimates are made of the geometrical dimensions of symmetric continuous bodies, the temperature fields within which can be described by, respectively, the hyperbolic or the parabolic heat-conduction equation.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Temperature Field Geometrical Dimension Hyperbolic Equation Validity Range
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