WIT Press


Keynote Address Solving Inverse Heat Transfer Problems By BEM - General Concepts And Recent Developments

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/BE940151

Volume

7

Pages

13

Published

1994

Size

1,213 kb

Author(s)

K. Kurpisz & A.J. Nowak

Abstract

In the paper inverse heat transfer problems are classified and the main types of these problems are discussed. Emphasis is on an estimation of the temperature and boundary heat fluxes as functions of time from tran- sient temperature measurements at interior locations of a heat conducting body. Advantages of using the Boundary Element Method for solving inverse problems are pointed out. Also the main procedures of stabilizing results are critically compared. 1 Introduction The availability of digital computers has stimulated the rapid growth of an ap- proach to solving complex problems encountered in science and technology that has become known as computational simulation. Such an approach incl

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