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Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp 818–820 | Cite as

A method of measuring heat conduction in a quasisteady mode with asymmetric boundary conditions and with allowance for nonlinearity

  • I. G. Meerovich
  • L. I. Zaichik
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Abstract

The allowance for the dependence of the coefficient of thermal conductivity on the temperature and the accuracy of maintenance of the boundary condition in the absolute method of measurement of heat conduction in a quasisteady mode with asymmetric coundary conditions is analyzed by the methods of perturbation theory (iteration method).

Keywords

Boundary Condition Thermal Conductivity Statistical Physic Heat Conduction Perturbation Theory 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1978

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  • I. G. Meerovich
  • L. I. Zaichik

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