SCHWARTZ-CHRISTOFFEL TRANSFORMATION APPLIED TO STEADY-STATE GROUND-COUPLING PROBLEMS.
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The Schwartz-Christoffel transformation is used to find the two-dimensional steady-state temperature distributions around uninsulated slab-on-grade and rectangular basement geometries. The distribution of the heat flux is also determined. Superposition is used to investigate the behavior of adjacent slabs at different temperatures, such as a house and attached garage and the influence of a fixed-temperature water table below a basement is examined. Temperature and flux distributions are shown for several cases.
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Krarti, M., Claridge, D. E., & Kreider, J. F.