Vyacheslav Vikhrenko

Head of DepartmentBelarusian State Technological universityBelarus

Vyacheslav S. Vikhrenko was born on 30 May 1943. In 1965 he graduated at the Belarusian State Technological University (Belarusian Technological Institute at that time). His candidate degree thesis was conducted under the leadership of Prof. L. A. Rott. Candidate of sciences degree in physics and mathematics (equivalent of PhD) which he received at the Belarusian State University in 1970 and doctoral science degree (habilitation) at B. I. Stepanov Institute of Physics of Belarusian Academy of Science in 1994. Carrier: lecture (1966—1972), senior lecture (1972—1974), docent (1974—1995), professor (1995—2001), head of the Department of Theoretical Mechanics (2001—2011) at Belarusian State Technological University. Research activity in equilibrium and nonequilibrium statistical mechanics and thermodynamics, continuum mechanics, condensed matter physics, chemical physics. Grants: INTAS (1997—2000), several scientific grants of Ministry of Education and Academy of Science of Belarus in 2000—2011. Visiting scientist at Brussels University (Belgium, 1976—1977) Max-Planck Institute of Biophysical Chemistry (Goettingen, Germany, 1998—2011) and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece, 2000—2010).

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The content of this book covers several up-to-date approaches in the heat conduction theory such as inverse heat conduction problems, non-linear and non-classic heat conduction equations, coupled thermal and electromagnetic or mechanical effects and numerical methods for solving heat conduction equations as well. The book is comprised of 14 chapters divided into four sections. In the first section inverse heat conduction problems are discuss. The first two chapters of the second section are devoted to construction of analytical solutions of nonlinear heat conduction problems. In the last two chapters of this section wavelike solutions are attained.The third section is devoted to combined effects of heat conduction and electromagnetic interactions in plasmas or in pyroelectric material elastic deformations and hydrodynamics. Two chapters in the last section are dedicated to numerical methods for solving heat conduction problems.

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