Advanced Boundary Elements for Heat Transfer
In this book the authors present an efficient Boundary Element Method scheme for the numerical solution of two-dimensional heat transfer problems. Lacking the major computational difficulties of traditional reinitialization and convolution schemes, this is of the reinitialization type, in which the domain integrals are computed by a recursive relation that depends only on the boundary temperature and flux at the previous time-step.
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Integral representation formula for heat transfer
Nonhistorydependent convolution scheme
Recursive reinitialization scheme
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