Determination of Time Dependence of Temperature in the Inner Surface of a Cylinder by Measured Information on the Outer Surface
The dynamic inverse problem to determine the time dependence of the temperature in the inner surface of the cylinder is considered. The indirect boundary method with fictitious surface is used to formulate the present problem. The accuracy of the present method is confirmed by using the experimental data of the hollow cylinder that is subjected to dynamic heat source in the inner surface.
KeywordsInverse Problem Boundary Element Method Hollow Cylinder Inverse Analysis Thermoelastic Problem
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