Method of reduction to the ordinary differential equations of L. V. Kantorovich and a general method for the solution of multidimensional heat-transfer equations
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A method is proposed for the solution of multidimensional heat-transfer problems, representing a further elaboration and generalization of projection methods.
KeywordsDifferential Equation Statistical Physic Ordinary Differential Equation Projection Method
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