Estimation of boundary conditions in the presence of unknown moving boundary caused by ablation

@inproceedings{Molavi2011EstimationOB,
  title={Estimation of boundary conditions in the presence of unknown moving boundary caused by ablation},
  author={Hosein Molavi and Ali Hakkaki-Fard and Mehdi Molavi and Ramin K. Rahmani and Anahita Ayasoufi and S Keshavarz Noori},
  year={2011}
}
Ablative materials can sustain very high temperatures in which surface thermochemical processes are significant enough to cause surface recession. Existence of moving boundary over a wide range of temperatures, temperature-dependent thermophysical properties of ablators, and no prior knowledge about the location of the moving surface augment the difficulty for predicting the exposed heat flux at the receding surface of ablators. In this paper, the conjugate gradient method is proposed to… CONTINUE READING

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