Kim, S. November 19, Heat Transfer. December ; 6 : — A solution scheme based on the maximum entropy method MEM for the solution of two-dimensional inverse heat conduction problems is established. MEM finds the solution which maximizes the entropy functional under the given temperature measurements. The proposed method converts the inverse problem to a nonlinear constrained optimization problem. The constraint of the optimization problem is the statistical consistency between the measured temperature and the estimated temperature.
Successive quadratic programming SQP facilitates the numerical estimation of the maximum entropy solution. The characteristic feature of the proposed method is investigated with the sample numerical results. The presented results show considerable enhancement in resolution for stringent cases in comparison with a conventional method.
Sign In or Create an Account. Sign In. Advanced Search.
- Ship Spotter’s Guide.
- NeuroLogic: The Brains Hidden Rationale Behind Our Irrational Behavior?
- Inverse heat conduction: ill-posed problems.
Article Navigation. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation.
Volume , Issue 6. Previous Article Next Article. Artyukhin and S.
- The Power of Neuroplasticity!
- Inverse heat conduction ill posed problems download.
- Historians as Nation-Builders: Central and South-East Europe.
- Table des matières:.
- Inverse by Beck.
- Search form.
Andrieux, T. Baranger and A. Ben Abda, Solving Cauchy problems by minimizing an energy-like functional, Inverse Problems 22 , no. Bastay, V.
Bibliography | Permafrost Laboratory
Kozlov and B. Turesson, Iterative methods for an inverse heat conduction problem, J. Inverse Ill-Posed Probl. Babenko, R. Chapko and B. Chen, S. Lin and L.
Fang, Estimation of surface temperature in two-dimensional inverse heat conduction problems, Int. Heat Mass Transfer 44 Chapko, R. Kress and J. Yoon, On the numerical solution of an inverse boundary value problem for the heat equation, Inverse Problems 14 , no. Chapko and R. Kress, On a quadrature method for a logarithmic integral equation of the first kind, Contributions in numerical mathematics, , World Sci. Chapko, B. Johansson and Y. Savka, On the use of an integral equation approach for the numerical solution of a Cauchy problem for Laplace equation in a doubly connected planar domain, Inverse Probl.
Laplace equation via a direct integral equation approach, Inverse Probl. Imaging 6 , no. Drenchev and J. Engl, Discrepancy principles for Tikhonov regularization of ill-posed problems leading to optimal convergence rates, J.
Theory Appl. Fenga and D. Guenther and J. Hansen and D. Hon and T. The investigations also reveal how the smoothing of measurement data affects calculation results.
Opis fizyczny. Beck J. Duda P. Grysa K. Herrera I. Fundamentals and Method, Thome J.
Liquid crystal experiments and numerical investigations, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 48, Kincaid D. Kompis V.