Problem of determining internal boundary conditions in measuring the heat of gas-turbine blades undergoing cooling
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This article examines features of the numerical solution of a two-dimensional non-linear inverse problem of heat conduction in a two-layer region with a movable external boundary.
KeywordsBoundary Condition Statistical Physic Heat Conduction Inverse Problem External Boundary
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