EVALUATION OF THE ERROR OF THE METHOD OF SUPERPOSITIONS OF ONE‐DIMENSIONAL SOLUTIONS IN NONSTATIONARY HEAT‐CONDUCTION PROBLEMS

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Abstract

Examples of the use of the approximate method in solution of nonstationary heat‐conduction problems are given. The error of this method is evaluated by comparison with exact solutions; it turns out to be several orders of magnitude smaller than the error in finite‐difference methods. Recommendations on employment of the method are given on the basis of the numerical experiments conducted.

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