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by A. J. Nowak,Kazimierz Kurpisz

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ISBN:
1562522000
Author:
A. J. Nowak,Kazimierz Kurpisz
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Engineering
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English
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WIT Press (August 19, 1995)
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258 pages
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There has been a substantial increase in the use of mathematical methods for modeling in natural and engineering sciences. There has been a substantial increase in the use of mathematical methods for modeling in natural and engineering sciences. Among a great variety of problems that have been solved successfully, are inverse problems. Inverse thermal problems involve the evaluation of boundary or initial conditions as well as thermal properties of a body from the remaining boundary or some internal conditions.

Inverse problems can be found in many areas of engineering mechanics, and have many successful applications. They are concerned with estimating the unknown input and/or the characteristics of a system given certain aspects of its output. Read on the Scribd mobile app.

Inverse Problems are found in many areas of engineering mechanics and there are many successful applications . in non-destructive testing and characterization of material properties by ultrasonic or X-ray techniques, thermography, etc. Generally speaking, inverse problems are concerned with the determination of the input and the characteristics of a system, given certain aspects of its output. Mathematically, such problems are ill-posed and have to be overcome through development of new computational schemes, regularization techniques, objective functionals, and experimental procedures.

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Inverse Thermal Problems (Computational Engineering) (International Series on Computational Engineering). by Kazimierz Kurpisz, A. J. Nowak. ISBN 9781562522001 (978-1-56252-200-1) Hardcover, WIT Press, 1995. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site

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There has been a substantial increase in the use of mathematical methods for modeling in natural and engineering sciences. Among a great variety of problems that have been solved successfully, are inverse problems. Inverse thermal problems involve the evaluation of boundary or initial conditions as well as thermal properties of a body from the remaining boundary or some internal conditions. This encompasses thermal designing, process controlling, optimum planning of experiments and interpretation of experimental results.The success of any method for solving inverse problems lies not only in using elegant mathematical formulae but also in the stability of results when experimental data are used. This book presents a comprehensive study of efficient methods for solving inverse thermal problems.