Methods of researching thermophysical parameters and phenomena by means of nonstationary-frequency measurements. Part 2. Step and instantaneous heating methods
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Various types of instantaneous and stepped heat source are considered, which act in unbounded bodies. A method has been devised for using the solutions to define the thermophysical parameters by means of nonstationary-frequency measurement methods.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Heat Source Measurement Method Heating Method Thermophysical Parameter
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