Method of “joining” of solutions in the determination of a plane and a cylindrical phase interface in the Stefan problem
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It is shown that the position of the phase interface in the Stefan problem can be expressed through two functions: One function determines the position of the melting-temperature isotherm in the problem without phase transitions and the second does not depend on time.
KeywordsPhase Transition Statistical Physic Phase Interface Stefan Problem Cylindrical Phase
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