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Re: Mathematica newbie question : NDSolve

In article <b5efsh$675$1 at>,
 sriramr at (Sriram Rallabhandi) wrote:

> I'm new to Mathematica. I'm using the following code to solve a
> bi-harmomic PDE in two parameters u,v. The final output is the 3D
> coordinate values: x[u,v],y[u,v],z[u,v]. I get the error attached even
> though i have the boundary and initial conditions specified.
> Can someone point me in the right direction??

Presently, NDSolve is not capable of solving such problems.


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