In this article, the conjugate gradient method with adjoint problem is applied for the identification of the heat and mass transfer coefficients at the surface of drying capillary-porous bodies. The unknown functions are supposed to vary in time and along the surface open to the surrounding environment. The inverse problem is solved by considering either the heat or the mass transfer coefficients as unknown, as well as by considering simultaneously both functions as unknown. The effects of temperature and moisture content measurements on the inverse analysis are examined. A comparison of different versions of the conjugate gradient method is also presented as applied to the inverse problem under study.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Computer Science Applications
- Applied Mathematics