Metrological interrelation for a gradient-type heatmeter under non-steady-state conditions
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The article presents a method of determining the density of a non-steady-state thermal flux and the evaluation of its accuracy obtained by computer simulation.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Computer Simulation Thermal Flux
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