Nonstationary heat conduction in a half-space with an infinite number of cylindrical heat sources
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The problem of nonstationary heat conduction is treated for a half-space containing an infinite number of cylindrical heat sources, and a boundary condition of the first kind at the surfaces. It is assumed that the radii of the sources are small in comparison with their spacing and the ordinate of the center.
KeywordsBoundary Condition Mathematical Modeling Mechanical Engineer Heat Conduction Heat Source
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