Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 33, Issue 6, pp 1443–1447 | Cite as

Solution of conjugate problem in successive intervals

  • L. D. Kalinnikov
  • N. V. Shumakov


The conjugate problem is solved for nonsteady heat transfer through a plane wall with convective heat transfer at the edges.


Heat Transfer Statistical Physic Convective Heat Convective Heat Transfer Plane Wall 
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  • L. D. Kalinnikov
  • N. V. Shumakov

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