Heat conduction in solids with finite rate of diffusion of heat and initial conditions in the form of random functions
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The heat-conduction problem in solids with finite rate of diffusion of heat and initial conditions in the form of a random functions is examined. The basic probabilistic characteristics of the process are obtained.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Heat Conduction Random Function Probabilistic Characteristic Finite Rate
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