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RE: PDEs & Mathematica.


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  • Subject: [mg10693] RE: [mg10642] PDEs & Mathematica.
  • From: Jean-Marie THOMAS <jmthomas@cybercable.tm.fr>
  • Date: Fri, 30 Jan 1998 04:24:30 -0500
  • Return-Receipt-To: Jean-Marie THOMAS <jmthomas@cybercable.tm.fr>

Have a look at "Numerical Solutions for Partial Differential Equations, 
Problem Solving Using Mathematica", by Victor G. Ganzha and Evgenii V. 
Vorozhtsov.
This book is described in WRI site:
http://store.wolfram.com/view/ISBN0849373794/?347AE926-130E It is
written for version 2 but I did not notice incompatibilities in 
version 3. However I must admit I did not use all the proposed
programs,  since the subject is quite wide. Hope this helps.

-----Message d'origine-----
De:	William Golz [SMTP:wgolz@ibm.net] Date:	mardi 27 janvier 1998 09:10
A:	mathgroup@smc.vnet.net
Objet:	[mg10642] PDEs & Mathematica.

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




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