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An integral-transform approach to the bioheat transfer problems in magnetic hyperthermia

@article{Murase2016AnIA,
  title={An integral-transform approach to the bioheat transfer problems in magnetic hyperthermia},
  author={Kenya Murase},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1604.07138}
}
Our purpose in this study was to present an integral-transform approach to the analytical solutions of the Pennes's bioheat transfer equation and to apply it to the calculation of temperature distribution in tissues in hyperthermia with magnetic nanoparticles (magnetic hyperthermia). The validity of our method was investigated by comparison with the analytical solutions obtained by the Green's function method for point and shell heat sources and the numerical solutions obtained by the finite… 
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