Application of approximate methods to the problem of heating of massive bodies at a constant and variable water equivalent of gases
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Approximate solutions of problems of thermal conductivity in a moving layer are obtained by the Brovman-Surin method  and integral heat balance method .
KeywordsThermal Conductivity Statistical Physic Approximate Solution Heat Balance Approximate Method
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