A NONINTEGRAL TECHNIQUE FOR THE APPROXIMATE SOLUTION OF TRANSPORT PROBLEMS
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An approximate method for solving transport problems, called the 'non-integral' method, has been presented. The method is based on the criterion that the total error over the domain of interest which results from introducing an approximate solution into the governing equation of a transport problem must be kept to a minimum. The method was demonstrated in three examples. Comparisons of the results with corresponding existing solutions were given. 1986.
INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS IN HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
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ANNAMALAI, K., LAU, S. C., & KONDEPUDI, S. N.
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ANNAMALAI, K||LAU, SC||KONDEPUDI, SN