Solution of nonstationary heat and mass conductivity problems by using the imaginary-frequency characteristics
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A method for the approximate solution of the internal problem of nonstationary heat and mass conductivity is elucidated which is based on a rational fraction mode of approximating transcendental functions. Computational formulas are presented for one-dimensional plates, cylinders, and spheres.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Approximate Solution Fraction Mode Rational Fraction Transcendental Function
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