The development of new materials is a research intensive area, which is fueled by ever-increasing technological demands. With relevant applications, both in engineering and medicine, there is an obvious need for using adequate techniques for the characterization of new materials to verify if they meet the physical and chemical properties specified in the design phase, such as viscosity, elasticity, density, etc. In this context, the meaning of characterization differs from the meaning we have established in Chapters 1 and 2.
KeywordsInverse Problem Direct Problem Thermal Characterization Test Body Measuring Cross
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