Optimization of two-dimensional nonsteady-state temperature regimes with limitation imposed on the parameters of the thermal process
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The two-dimensional nonsteady-state problem of optimum high-speed control of the heating of solids, where limitations are imposed on the control of the body temperature, the temperature drop, and similar parameters is studied.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Body Temperature Temperature Regime Thermal Process Temperature Drop
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