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Re: Solving Laplace eq in 3D with arbitrary boundary conditions

  • Subject: [mg3282] Re: [mg3242] Solving Laplace eq in 3D with arbitrary boundary conditions
  • From: vazquezr at physics.ucla.edu (Rick Vazquez)
  • Date: 23 Feb 1996 11:54:54 -0600
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On Tue, 20 Feb 1996, heng-chih lin wrote:

> 
> Hi,
> 
> I plan to solve Laplace or Poisson equations in 3D with arbitrary
> boundary conditions. I am wondering if there is any package within Mma which
> can do it? 
> 
> Thanks a million for any suggestion!
> 
> --
> Heng-Chih
> hengchih at leland.stanford.edu
> Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
> 
> 
This is not possible, even the greatest Physics/Math minds could not do 
this.  If you could, you could solve most of Physics in one swoop!!

Rick

UCLA Physics


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