The Analytical Theory of Heat
Courier Corporation, 2003 - Science - 466 pages
This unabridged republication of Fourier's Thťorie Analytique de la Chaleur offers modern readers access to a landmark of modern science. With this work, the great mathematician first showed how any discontinuous function could be represented by a trigonometric series and†advanced other concepts of modern mathematical physics. 1878 English translation.
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CONTENTS OF THE WOEK1
The three specific elements which must be observed are the capacity
The unit which serves to measure quantities of heat is the heat
Notion of the conducibility proper This property also may be observed
Bemarks on the case in which the direct action of the heat extends
Application of the preceding theorem to the case in which the function
PRINCIPLE OF THE COMMUNICATION OF HEAT
EQUATIONS OF THE VARIED MOVEMENT OF HEAT IN A SOLID PniSM
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