Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 27, Issue 6, pp 1573–1577 | Cite as

Heat conduction for off-center annulus

  • V. S. Kolesov
  • I. I. Fedik
  • E. E. Chuiko


The stationary heat-conduction problem for an isotropic heat emitting off-center annulus is solved by using conformal transformations; the problem was analyzed in [1] for the particular case of constant heat emission. A similar problem for an off-center annulus with straight-line anisotropy is also solved by using the small-parameter method.


Anisotropy Statistical Physic Heat Conduction Conformal Transformation Constant Heat 
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  • V. S. Kolesov
  • I. I. Fedik
  • E. E. Chuiko

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