### Abstract

A more detailed information has been obtained about the surface temperature of a semiinfinite heat-conducting solid when a given function f(t), expressing the rate of heating of the surface, is greater than or equal to zero and integrable. A sequence of upper and lower bounds on the solid temperatures is derived, and perturbation expansions are defined.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 559-566 |

Journal | Quarterly of Applied Mathematics |

Volume | 29 |

State | Published - 1972 |

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## Cite this

Keller, J. B., & Olmstead, W. E. (1972). Temperature of a Nonlinearly Radiating Semi-Infinite Solid.

*Quarterly of Applied Mathematics*,*29*, 559-566.