Parametric method for the solution of an ill-posed inverse heat-conduction problem in application to the optimization of thermal regimes
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A method is proposed for the stable approximate solution of an ill-posed inverse heat-conduction problem, to which the investigated problem of optimal control of the thermal regime of a rigid body is reduced.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Approximate Solution Rigid Body Parametric Method Thermal Regime
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