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General Properties of Steady Temperatures in Solids Partially Exposed to Gas
1.This work was done for the Department of Engineering Research, University of Michigan. To the AC Spark Plug Company of Flint, Michigan, which company suggested and supported this work, the author makes grateful acknowledgment.
2.See Riemann‐Weber’s Differ entialgleichungen der Physik I, 1925, p. 571,
2.or MacMillan, Theory of the Potential, 1930, p. 134.
3.E. Kasner, Geometry of the Heat Equation, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 18, 475–480 (1932).
3.Also see abstracts of papers by Kasner (p. 811), Comenetz (p. 803), and Fialkow (p. 803), in the E. Kasner, Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 38 (1932).
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