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2010
Volume 13
Issue 4
Topic:
##### Civil Engineering
ELECTRONIC
JOURNAL OF
POLISH
AGRICULTURAL
UNIVERSITIES
Wierzbicki E. 2010. ON THE INFLUENCE OF BOUNDARY LAYER PHENOMENA ONTO AVERAGED TEMPERATURE FIELD, EJPAU 13(4), #15.
Available Online: http://www.ejpau.media.pl/volume13/issue4/abs-15.html

ON THE INFLUENCE OF BOUNDARY LAYER PHENOMENA ONTO AVERAGED TEMPERATURE FIELD

Ewaryst Wierzbicki
Department of Applied Mathematics, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

The subject of the contribution is a stationary heat conduction problem in the periodically inhomogeneous rigid conductor. As a tool of modeling the tolerance averaging technique is taken into account, [1]. The aim of the considerations is to reformulate the tolerance averaged model of the considered composites to the form which consists of a single equation for averaged temperature and separated formulas represented a certain solution of the boundary layer equation. The characteristic feature of such form of the tolerance model equations is that the single equation for the averaged temperature field includes an integral operator being a certain generalization of the well-known effective modulus matrix.

Key words: heat conduction, periodically inhomogeneous conductor, boundary effect phenomena.

Ewaryst Wierzbicki
Department of Applied Mathematics,
Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
Nowoursynowska 159, 02-776 Warsaw, Poland
email: ewaryst_wierzbicki@sggw.pl

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