Local heating of a cylinder with an inclusion
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Exact and approximate solutions are presented for the stationary heat-conduction problem for a cylinder with a foreign inclusion for a discontinuous boundary condition of the first kind. Limits of applicability are set for the approximate solutions.
KeywordsBoundary Condition Statistical Physic Approximate Solution Local Heating Discontinuous Boundary
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