Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 44, Issue 3, pp 320–326 | Cite as

Identifiability in the large of a linear heat-conduction equation subject to cauchy boundary conditions

  • M. R. Romanovskii


The feasibility of simultaneously determining constant values of the specific heat, thermal conductivity, and heat-transfer coefficient from observations of a unique temperature field is studied.


Boundary Condition Thermal Conductivity Statistical Physic Temperature Field Unique Temperature 
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