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Re: Heat conductivity equation

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  • Subject: [mg36443] Re: [mg36419] Heat conductivity equation
  • From: Scott Beckman <scott at kamikaze.lbl.gov>
  • Date: Sat, 7 Sep 2002 02:53:55 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hello Andrew,

I have a mathematica notebook showing using the alternating direction 
implicit method for solving heat conduction in 2D via finite difference 
methods.  Moving from 2D to 3D is pretty simple although I can't find my 
notebook on this anymore :( .  The 3D method is sometimes called Brian's 
method.  

http://mid-ohio.mse.berkeley.edu/scott/projects/index.html

Scott

On Fri, 6 Sep 2002, Starky wrote:

> Hello.
> Could you help me?
> I'm to solve heat conductivity equation (Laplas 
> equation) - partial differential equation. Are there 
> any ready-to-use packages that will help me do the job?
> Standard function "DSolve" cannot! And so do functions 
> from package "Calculus`DSolveIntegrals`".
> 
> More info: the space where the equation is to be 
> solved is cylindre (not infinite).
> 
> Thank you in advance. 
>                                           Andrew.
> 



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