We derive a system of two nonlinear integral equations for the determination of a temperature field and the intensity of the incident radiation. The kernels of these equations are expressed in terms of a quasi-Green's function.
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Martynenko, M.D., Zhuravkov, M.A. & Gusak, E.A. Method of quasi-green's functions for a nonstationary nonlinear problem of thermal radiation. Journal of Engineering Physics 55, 1436–1438 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00870947
- Statistical Physic
- Integral Equation
- Temperature Field
- Nonlinear Problem