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Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 84, Issue 6, pp 1525–1527 | Cite as

The heat-conduction problem for a shell with a system of diathermanous cuts

  • A. S. Gol'tsev
  • A. V. Lobachev
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Abstract

Using the two-dimensional Fourier transform and the elementary theory of distributions, we solve the heat-conduction problem for shells with a system of diathermanous cuts. We take account of heat exchange according to Newton's law on the lateral surfaces of the shells. For a spherical shell with two cuts of identical length we carry out numerical studies of the influence of the thermophysical properties of one cut on the jump in temperature of the adjacent cut. Three figures.

Keywords

Fourier Fourier Transform Heat Exchange Lateral Surface Thermophysical Property 
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  • A. S. Gol'tsev
  • A. V. Lobachev

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