Solution of Some Non-Linear Problems in the Theory of Heating, Vaporization and Burning of Solid Particles and Drops

  • Eugene R. Shchukin


There are many different applications where it is interesting to work out methods for the solution of non-linear systems of equations concerning of transport theory and the theory of heating, vaporization or burning of solid particles and drops. In this connection our paper presents solutions of some non-linear systems of equations and relevant boundary-value problems of transport theory.


Solid Particle Transport Theory Arbitrary Surface Gravitational Convection High Temperature Difference 
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  • Eugene R. Shchukin
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  1. 1.Institute for High TemperatureRussian Academy of ScienceMoscowRussia

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