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Re: PDEs & Mathematica.



William Golz wrote:
> 
> The "online book" does not describe how to plug in initial and boundary
> conditions for a PDE; and when I try to do it ODE style, which is
> explained I get error messages. If anyone knows the proper syntax for
> solving PDEs with boundary conditions, I would appreciate some advice.
> 
> I would also appreciate any information on good books dealing with PDEs
> and Mathematica.
> 
> ____________
> William Golz
> Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Louisiana State
> University
> Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803
> 
> E-mail: wgolz@unix1.sncc.lsu.edu
> Phone:  (318)237-8353


The DSolve and NDSolve do not contain routines for partial differential
equations.  I am not aware of any other built-in functions that have
routines for partial differential equations. -- 
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