Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 10, Issue 6, pp 442–443 | Cite as

A representation op the solution of the heat-conduction equation

  • V. S. Ravin


A representation of the solution of the heat-conduction equation is examined in the form of a series, arranged in increasing order of derivatives of boundary time functions.


Statistical Physic Time Function Boundary Time Boundary Time Function 
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