Simultaneous Identification of the Thermal Conductivity
and Two Heat Transfer Coefficient Using an Inverse Method
Y. Touhami*, M. Abdelkarim
Université de Béchar, BP 417 Béchar 08000 Algérie.
* Corresponding author. E-mail: email@example.com
Received: 23 December 2012; revised version accepted: 30 January 2013
In this work, we present a numerical study to determine the thermal conductivity and two heat transfer coefficients concerning the studied system. An identification of these parameters is simultaneously led. These parameters are identified starting from the simulated and measured temperatures. The method is based on a convolution integral inversion technique and on a direct model of the Boundary Element Method. In this frame, the functional to minimize can be pondered by sensitivity coefficients.
Keywords: Linear thermal diffusion; Inverse problem; Heat source; Deconvolution; Boundary element method; Green function; Parameters identification; Sensitivity coefficients.