Heat Conduction: Mathematical Models and Analytical Solutions

Heat Conduction: Mathematical Models and Analytical Solutions

2008 | 515 Pages | ISBN: 3540740287 | PDF | 3 MB

Many phenomena in social, natural and engineering fields are governed by wave, potential, parabolic heat-conduction, hyperbolic heat-conduction and dual-phase-lagging heat-conduction equations. These equations are not only appropriate for describing heat conduction at various scales, but also the most important mathematical equations in physics. The focus of the present monograph is on these equations: their solution structures, methods of finding their solutions under various supplementary conditions, as well as the physical implication and applications of their solutions.Therefore, the present monograph can serve as a reference for researchers working on heat conduction of macro- and micro-scales as well as on mathematical methods of physics. It can also serve as a text for graduate courses on heat conduction or on mathematical equations in physics.



[Fast Download] Heat Conduction: Mathematical Models and Analytical Solutions

Related eBooks:
100 Years of Fundamental Theoretical Physics in the Palm of Your Hand
Electro-Optical Effects to Visualize Field and Current Distributions in Semiconductors
Water and its memory
Scientific Realism in Particle Physics
Meso- to Micro- Actuators
Nonimaging Optics in Solar Energy
Housing in Developing Cities
Physical Properties of Materials, Second Edition
Why Quark Rhymes with Pork: And Other Scientific Diversions
Principles of Electromagnetic Waves and Materials
Low-Power Design Techniques and CAD Tools for Analog and RF Integrated Circuits
Transverse Patterns in Nonlinear Optical Resonators
Copyright Disclaimer:
This site does not store any files on its server. We only index and link to content provided by other sites. Please contact the content providers to delete copyright contents if any and email us, we'll remove relevant links or contents immediately.