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Boundary control of a nonlinear

@inproceedings{Dunbar2003BoundaryCO,
  title={Boundary control of a nonlinear},
  author={W. Dunbar and N. Petit and P. Rouchon},
  year={2003}
}
  • W. Dunbar, N. Petit, P. Rouchon
  • Published 2003
  • Abstract— The classical Stefan problem is a linear onedimensional heat equation with a free boundary at one end, modelling a column of liquid (e.g. water) in contact with an infinite strip of solid (ice). Given the fixed boundary conditions, the column temperature and free boundary motion can be uniquely determined. In the inverse problem, one specifies the free boundary motion, say from one steady-state length to another, and seeks to determine the column temperature and fixed boundary… CONTINUE READING
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