The use of an explicit method of identifying objects to solve problems of nonstationary heat conduction

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Abstract

The theoretical principles of an explicit method of identifying multidimensional objects with nonstationary thermal conductivity are described. The solution of problems of measuring nonstationary heat flux and thermal conductivity in the range λ = 0.03–800 W/(m•K), the thermal conductivity of one of the materials of a double-layer system, the temperature dependence of the thermal conductivity, and the combined “thermal conductivity and volume heat capacity” are presented. The results of investigations on thermal models are given.

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