Avtomat. i Telemekh., 1989, Issue 11, Pages 36–47
Control of moving heat sources
V. A. Kubyshkin, V. I. Finyagina
The problem is stated of computing moving controls when a heating source is moving along a path which stays in a limited area in a plane. The process state is described by two heat conductivity equations. The problem is solved by substitution and by distributed control of mobility. These methods are extended to two-dimensional processes. Cases are reported of computing mobile controls in a plane.
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Automation and Remote Control, 1989, 50:11, 1488–1496
V. A. Kubyshkin, V. I. Finyagina, “Control of moving heat sources”, Avtomat. i Telemekh., 1989, no. 11, 36–47; Autom. Remote Control, 50:11 (1989), 1488–1496
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