The nonstationary thermal interaction by the radiation of an unlimited plate and a source with a constant temperature is considered. A solution is obtained governing the temperature distribution in the plate with any previously assigned accuracy.
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Surkov, G.A. Question of the nonstationary radiant interaction of solids. Journal of Engineering Physics 38, 179–182 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861875
- Statistical Physic
- Temperature Distribution
- Constant Temperature
- Thermal Interaction