An approximate method of solving heat-conduction problems
The approximate method of  is further developed for the example of a temperature field of a plate with a given surface temperature. The error of the solutions obtained is estimated and the possibility of measuring nonstationary heat fluxes is shown.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Heat Flux Surface Temperature Temperature Field Approximate Method
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