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Inverse Heat Source Identification

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  • UserDaniel Lesnic (Leeds)
  • ClockThursday 23 October 2014, 16:00-17:00
  • HouseMuirhead 122.

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Water contaminants arising from distributed or non-point sources deliver pollutants indirectly through environmental changes, e.g. a fertilizer is carried into a river by rain which in turn will affect the aquatic life. Then, in this inverse problem of water pollution, an unknown source in the governing equation needs to be determined from the measurements of the concentration or other projections of the dependent variable of the model. A similar inverse problem arises in heat transfer. In most previous studies, in order to ensure a unique solution, the unknown source was assumed to depend on only one of the variables (space, or time, or temperature). In our analysis, we allow the source to depend on both space and time additively and/or multiplicatively.

This talk is part of the Applied Mathematics Seminar Series series.

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