Inverse Identification of Heat Boundary Conditions for 2-D Anisotropic Coating Structures
The singular value decomposition is employed to identify heat boundary conditions for 2-D anisotropic coating structures. The boundary element method is applied to analyzing the model. The nearly singular integrals in the boundary element method for thin body problems are dealt with by the analytical integral formulas. The ill-posed system is treated by the truncated singular value decomposition technique. Numerical example demonstrates the effectiveness and accuracy of the present algorithm.
H. L. Zhou et al., "Inverse Identification of Heat Boundary Conditions for 2-D Anisotropic Coating Structures", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 130-134, pp. 1825-1828, 2012