INVERSE PROBLEMS IN HEAT TRANSFER

@inproceedings{Zabaras2004INVERSEPI,
  title={INVERSE PROBLEMS IN HEAT TRANSFER},
  author={Nicholas Zabaras},
  year={2004}
}
This chapter presents a stochastic modeling and statistical inference approach to the solution of inverse problems in thermal transport systems. Of particular interest is the inverse heat conduction problem (IHCP) of estimating an unknown boundary heat flux in a conducting solid given temperature data within the domain. Even though deterministic sequential and whole time domain estimation methods have been applied with success over the years for the solution of such problems, we herein… CONTINUE READING

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