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Mathematical Problems in Engineering
Volume 2006, Article ID 48542, 13 pages

Levenberg-Marquardt application to two-phase nonlinear parameter estimation for finned-tube coil evaporators

1Products Research & Development, Tecumseh do Brasil Ltda, P. O. Box 54, São Carlos, SP CEP 13565-900, Brazil
2Department of Mechanical Engineering, São Paulo State University, (UNESP), P. O. Box 31, Ilha Solteira, SP CEP 15385-000, Brazil

Received 30 August 2004; Revised 19 June 2005; Accepted 7 July 2005

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