Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 20, Issue 3, pp 353–357 | Cite as

Solution of the inverse problem of thermal conduction. Interpretation of calorimeter measurements of thermal fluxes

  • E. I. Polyak


A general method for interpreting temperature measurements obtained by means of the sensing elements of calorimeters installed in actual structures for the two-dimensional plane and axisymmetric cases for any time dependence of the thermal flux is proposed.


Thermal Conduction Statistical Physic Inverse Problem Calorimeter Time Dependence 
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