A solution of the telegraph equation is given which is close to a self-similar solution.
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Bubnov, V.A., Solov'ev, I.A. Use of a hyperbolic equation in thermal-conductivity theory. Journal of Engineering Physics 33, 1512–1515 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00865396
- Statistical Physic
- Hyperbolic Equation
- Telegraph Equation