Inverse Problems in Engineering
Inverse Probl Eng
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ISSN (printed): 1741-5977. ISSN (electronic): 1741-5985.
Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering provides an international forum for the discussion of conceptual ideas and methods for the practical solution of applied inverse problems. The journal aims to address the needs of practising engineers and to serve as a focal point for the quick communication of ideas. Topics include: Shape design: determination of shape, size and location of domains (shape identification or optimization in acoustics, aerodynamics, electromagnets, etc; detection of voids and cracks); Material properties: determination of physical properties of media; Boundary values/initial values: identification of the proper boundary conditions and/or initial conditions (tomographic problems involving X-rays, ultrasonics, optics, thermal sources etc; determination of thermal, stress/strain, electromagnetic, fluid flow etc. boundary conditions on inaccessible boundaries; determination of initial chemical composition, etc.); Forces and sources: determination of the unknown external forces or inputs acting on a domain (structural dynamic modification and reconstruction) and internal concentrated and distributed sources/sinks (sources of heat, noise, electromagnetic radiation, etc.); Governing equations: inference of analytic forms of partial and/or integral equations governing the variation of measured field quantities.
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