## The Analytical Theory of HeatThe University Press, 1878 - 466 pages |

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2kt versin a₁ abscissa action actual temperature analysis arbitrary function axis b₁ b₂ body chaleur co-ordinates coefficient conducibility consider constant temperature convergent series cooling corresponding cosines curve d'v d'v d²v definite integrals denoting determine different points differential equations distance dv dv dv dx dx² enclosure equation dv expressed fixed temperature function f(x give given heat equal heat which escapes heat which flows Hence hypothesis infinitely small initial temperatures instant dt integral interior layers maintained mass mathematical analysis molecules movement of heat multiply ordinates parallel partial differential equations perature permanent temperature perpendicular plane prism problem propagation of heat quantity of heat radius ratio rays represented result satisfies second member sin x sines source of heat sphere substitute suppose theorems theory of heat thermometer unit of surface unknown variable vary

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