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Dec
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answered Specifying and solving a PDE on an L-shaped domain
Dec
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accepted Water Hammer - Numerically solving system of PDEs
Dec
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12
comment Water Hammer - Numerically solving system of PDEs
Awesome! Thank you! This works great and fast enough. Could you elaborate on the "magic" part?
Dec
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awarded  Commentator
Dec
10
comment Water Hammer - Numerically solving system of PDEs
Thank you! The results are what I was expecting. The only problem is the time it takes to evaluate. It takes about 2 minutes in my PC. What can be done to make it faster?
Dec
10
revised Water Hammer - Numerically solving system of PDEs
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asked Water Hammer - Numerically solving system of PDEs
Sep
19
comment How do I perform the following numerical integration
Well, if it's not inside the integral, you can just simply use NIntegrate[t^m*(t + n)^o*Sin[p t], {t, 0, tb}] and get a number.
Sep
19
comment How do I perform the following numerical integration
I don't see the problem... 1/f(t) is not inside the integral (?)
Sep
12
comment Integrating Squared of Interpolating Function with respect to one variable
Also, you should probably add //Quiet at the end.
Sep
12
answered Integrating Squared of Interpolating Function with respect to one variable
Sep
9
accepted PDE with Stefan Conditions, a.k.a variable boundary
Sep
4
comment PDE with Stefan Conditions, a.k.a variable boundary
I was trying to figure out if Mathematica could handle this type of equations, with the simplest of the examples.
Sep
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comment PDE with Stefan Conditions, a.k.a variable boundary
Thank you for your answer. So I guess Mathematica's NDSolve can't handle this type of problems automatically (?)
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asked PDE with Stefan Conditions, a.k.a variable boundary
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accepted Find maximum from NDSolve output