Reconstruction of the temperature field in a solid from a limited number of measurements
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We have obtained extrapolation formulas for calculating the temperatures, temperature gradients, and heat fluxes in a solid heated by a varying thermal flux from the results of temperature measurements at two points. The applicability limits and errors of the proposed formulas have been investigated.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Heat Flux Temperature Gradient Temperature Measurement Temperature Field
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