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May
30
comment Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
Updated question.
May
30
comment Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
@Szabolcs Check!
May
29
comment Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
@Szabolcs I apologize. I could never understand how to paste code back and forth in mathematica and other applications... So did you copy the code as input text? I just tried that it seems the best bet...
May
29
revised Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
correcting typo.
May
29
comment Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
Hi All. Will read your comments and post the outcomes soon. Thanks. @R.M, yes, I noticed the typo and corrected it but forgot to update it here! Just did!
May
28
comment Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
I have posted my entire code in plain text.
May
28
comment Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
@Szabolcs Reposted the equation in plain text (you'll see it if scroll down to the end)
May
28
revised Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
Equation reposted in plain text onlye
May
28
asked Inconsistent initial and boundary conditions
May
23
awarded  Nice Question
May
23
comment Saving data inside a notebook so that I don't have to run it again?
Thank you all for the multitude of answers! I am sure I'll take some time reading through all this! Thanks!
May
23
comment Saving data inside a notebook so that I don't have to run it again?
@LeonidShifrin Yes, I am not disputing your answer, as a novice it was unclear to me! Thanks for your comment!
May
23
asked Saving data inside a notebook so that I don't have to run it again?
May
23
comment Plotting with NDSolve`StateData`
Thanks for making the distinction between u[t,x] and u[x]. It wasn't obvious to me! :)
May
22
comment Plotting with NDSolve`StateData`
You know, I'll have to check my [ and see if all is well with my code.
May
22
comment Plotting with NDSolve`StateData`
@acl I did have a look at that. When I replaced the u[t,x,y] equation with u[t,x], all I got was blank plots.
May
22
asked Plotting with NDSolve`StateData`
May
22
comment Starting NDSolve from intermediate time step?
Why am I not able to plot the solution u[t,x] with Plot3D[ Evaluate[u[t, x]], {t, 2, 5}, {x, 0, 5} ] OR Plot3D[ u[t, x]/.sol, {t, 2, 5}, {x, 0, 5} ] where sol= NDSolve`ProcessSolutions[state, "Forward"]
May
15
revised Starting NDSolve from intermediate time step?
defined convergence criterion as that of attaining steady state in this example.
May
15
comment Starting NDSolve from intermediate time step?
Awesome! I'll look into the documentation. This is quite nifty! (Not taking anything away from the previous answerer :))