Numerical method for analyzing a stochastic stationary heat-conduction equation with random coefficients

  • A. G. Madera


A numerical method is suggested for defining mathematical expectation fields and the variance of a stochastic temperature field which is described in the stationary case by a stochastic heat conduction equation and boundary conditions with random coefficients. Random coefficients of the stochastic mathematical model may obey arbitrary truncated distribution laws. An example of using the developed method is presented.


Boundary Condition Mathematical Model Statistical Physic Heat Conduction Temperature Field 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1992

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