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Martin Wijaya
12/17/12 11:28am

In Response To 'Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable'
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Ow, Ok, I'll try to play with the boundary condition then.

BTW is this a correct way to put a boundary condition?:

u[2>z>0,0]==100 means that except 2 and 0, and anywhere in z value ,u = 100

u[0,t>0]==0 means that at z = 0 and any time except t = 0, u = 0

Regards
Martin Wijaya

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Subject (listing for 'PDE with two variable')
Author Date Posted
PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/12/12 10:27am
Re: PDE with two variable Bill Simpson 12/12/12 12:02pm
Re: Re: PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/13/12 09:33am
Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable Bill Simpson 12/13/12 11:02am
Re: Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/15/12 09:42am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable Bill Simpson 12/16/12 1:46pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/17/12 11:28am
Re: PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/17/12 00:18am
Re: Re: PDE with two variable Bill Simpson 12/17/12 10:59am
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