The longitudinal temperature distribution is determined for a finite hollow cylindrical manometer column with heat sources at the lower end and along the axis of the column. A nonlinear relation for the heat loss from the Inconel column to the atmosphere was determined empirically and used in the theoretical calculation of the temperature distribution. The theoretical solution involved the solution of two sets of equations containing double infinite series. These equations were solved on the IBM 7074 computer.
Smith, Dale LeRoy and Fisher, Ray W., "Temperature distribution in a hollow cyclindrical manometer column" (1963). Ames Laboratory Technical Reports. 58.