Calculating Thermal Coefficients Using a Hybrid Method
Source of Publication
International Journal of Applied Mathematics
In this paper we study the problem of determining two thermal parameters of a cylindrical metal sample. This is an inverse problem in heat conduction where boundary conditions are determined on the basis of temperature measurements taken at the selected internal points in the sample. A hybrid method is used to find the parameters based on the experimental data of the temperature of a metalic sample. Both the direct and inverse problems are described and numerical results are given.
Physical Sciences and Mathematics
cylindrical coordinates, inverse problem, parameters, temperature
Kharab, A. and Howari, F., "Calculating Thermal Coefficients Using a Hybrid Method" (2021). All Works. 4130.
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Bronze: This publication is openly available on the publisher’s website but without an open license