Direct methods of solving linear reverse heat-conduction problems
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Approximate analytical methods are proposed for solving reverse heat-conduction problems for the case of a semiinfinitely large body and a plane layer with movable or stationary boundaries. The applicability limits of the results are evaluated.
KeywordsStationary Boundary Statistical Physic Large Body Plane Layer Applicability Limit
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