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Carslaw H.S. — Introduction to the mathematical theory of the conduction of heat in solids
Carslaw H.S. — Introduction to the mathematical theory of the conduction of heat in solids



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Название: Introduction to the mathematical theory of the conduction of heat in solids

Автор: Carslaw H.S.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1921

Количество страниц: 268

Добавлена в каталог: 21.03.2008

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Age of the Earth, effect of discovery of radioactivity      60
Age of the Earth, Kelvin's classical treatment      57
Age of the Earth, later discussion      209 218 221
Angstroem      41 42 44 70
Ayrton      141
Barnes      144
Beglinger      133
Betti      171
Bocher      225
Borel      31
Boussinesq      51 55
British thermal unit      see under “Quantity of heat”
Bromwich      201 218 223
Bryan      176
Burgess      34
Byerly      90 142 143 144
Calory      see under “Quantity of heat”
Carslaw      168 171 176 189 201 218 222
Clerk-Maxwell      8 169
Conduction of heat, definition of      1
Conduction of heat, definition of conductivity (K)      2
Conduction of heat, definition of diffusivity or thermometric conductivity (k)      8
Conduction of heat, definition of emissivity (H)      14
Conduction of heat, equation of conduction in cartesian coordinates      8
Conduction of heat, equation of conduction in cylindrical coordinates      12
Conduction of heat, equation of conduction in spherical polar coordinates      11
Conduction of heat, equation of conduction, initial and boundary conditions      12
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Angstroem      41
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Despretz      40 6
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Forbes      40
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Giebe      46
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Gruneisen      4
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Hagstroem      42
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Ingenhausen      40
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Kirchhoff and Hansemann      45
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Neumann      70 79
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: bar methods, Wiedemann and Franz      40
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Cranz      81
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Czermak      83
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Duncan      83
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Ebeling      81
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Kohlrausch      83
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Lees      84
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Schaufelberger      84
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Straneo      84
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Verdet      81
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: electric current methods, Weinreich      81 83 84
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: ring methods, Fourier      2
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for good conductors: ring methods, Neumann      26
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for poor conductors: cube      10 112
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for poor conductors: cylinder, Beglinger      133
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for poor conductors: cylinder, Hall      133
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for poor conductors: cylinder, Weber H.F.      131 133
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for poor conductors: sphere, Ayrton and Perry      141
Conduction of heat, methods of obtaining the value of the conductivity (k) and the emissivity (h) for poor conductors: sphere, Weber, R.      141
Conductivity      see under “Conduction of heat”
Conjugate functions, their use in solving two-dimensional problems      91
Contour integrals, their use in solving the equation of conduction      Chapter XI
Convection of heat      1
Cranz      81
Cylindrical surface source      153
Czermak      83
De Morgan      34
Despretz      40
Diesselhorst      46
Diffusivity or thermometric conductivity      see under “Conduction of heat”
Dimensions of conductivity (k)      3
Dimensions of diffusivity (k)      8
Dini      115
Dirichlet's conditions      referred to first on p. 22
Dirichlet's conditions, definition      see F.S. §93
Doublets      156
Duhamel      17
Duhamel's theorem      17
Duncan      83
Ebeling      81
Eddington      60
Emissivity      see under “Conduction of heat”
Encke      34
Fejer      65
Flow of heat in a circular cylinder      Chapter VII
Flow of heat in a rectangular parallelepiped      Chapter VI
Flow of heat in a sphere and cone      Chapter VIII
Flow of heat in a wedge      164 189
Flow of heat, linear flow      Chapters III and IV
Flow of heat, two-dimensional flow      Chapter V
Forbes      40 41 56
Ford      115 138
FOURIER      20 26 54 56 57 58 88 91 110
Fourier's ring      Chapter II
Fourier's ring, temperature due to a source at a point in      160 267
Franz      40 81
Gibson      30
Giebe      46
Goursat      33 225
Gray and Mathews      115 128 147 153 156 165 193
Green's functions, their use in solving the equation of conduction      Chapter X
Gregory (J.W.)      60
Gruneisen      46
Hagstroem      42
Hall      133
Hansemann      45
Hardy      228
Heaviside      60 201 209 218 221
Heaviside's operational method      201
Heine      124 125 126 144 198
Heywood and Frechet      225
hilbert      225
Hobson      46 115 149 168 182
Holmes      60
Horn      225
Images, the method of      158; see also under “Sommerfeld's extension”
Ingenhausen      40
Integral equations, their use in solving the equation of conduction      Chapter XII
Isothermal surfaces      4
Kaye and Laby      3
Kelvin      8 56 57 58 59 60 149 209 218
King      59
Kirchhoff      28 45 51
Kirsch      240
Kneser      225 232 237
Kohlrausch      83
Lamb      9
Laplace      31 54
Lees      114
Mackenzie      35
Mathieu      94
Minnigerode      171
Mollison      70
Moore      65 106 115 117 122
Neumann, F.      26 42 70 71 79 80
Nielsen      193
Niven      114 161 241
Peck      121
Perry      60 141 209 221
Pockels      171
Poincare      159
poisson      54 56
Poynting and Thomson      40 41
Preston      40 65
Quantity of heat, the British Thermal Unit (B.T.U)      3
Quantity of heat, the calory      3
Radiation of heat      1
Rayleigh, Lord (J.W. Strutt)      149 156
Rayleigh, Lord (R.J. Strutt)      60
Riemann      140
Riemann's surface and space      167
Rutherford      60
Schaufelberger      84
Schwarzschild      168 171
Sollas      54
Sommerfeld      163 166 167 168 171
Sommerfeld's extension of the method of images      166
Sonine      193
Sources and sinks in two-dimensional flow (steady temperature)      102
Sources and sinks, their use in cases of variable temperature      Chapter IX
Spherical surface source      151
Stokes      69
Straneo      84
Terrestrial temperature      53
Thermometric conductivity      see under “Conduction of heat”
Turner      238
Verdet      81
Vivanti      225
Watson      115 117 122 128 147 186 222
Weber — Riemann      34 51 140 163 171
Weber, H.      34 69 70 163
Weber, H.F.      131 133
Weber, R.      141
Webster      169
Weinreich      81 83 84
Whittaker and Watson      142 143 159 191 225
Wiedemann      40 81
Winkelmann      40 41
Woodward      60
Young      115
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