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I want to analytical Solve or numerical solve by Mathematica a biharmonic equation with homogeneous boundary conditions homogeneous?

I considered its solution using Fourier analysis, which is not responsive and its convergence speed is low and can not be used.

$$\nabla^4 U=f(x,y);\,\,U=\frac{\partial^2U}{\partial x^2}=0,\,\,\,at\,\, x=0,1;U=\frac{\partial^2U}{\partial y^2}=0,\,\,at\,\, y=0,1$$

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  • $\begingroup$ It seems you could expand both $U$ and $f$ as $\sin(\pi p x ) \sin(\pi q y)$. then the $\nabla^4 U_{pq}$ yields $\pi ^4 \left(p^2+q^2\right)^2 U_{pq}$ $\endgroup$ – chris Aug 13 '18 at 12:27
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    $\begingroup$ 1. You should write more details about the domain in which you solve this equation. Is it a square? 2. Independently of this you should make a trivial substitution: introduce a new variable V(x,y) equal to the Laplacian of U(x,y). For this variable your equation will be harmonic, non-homogeneous with zero boundary conditions. 3. Then you solve the next harmonic, non-homogeneous equation. 4. If the domain is a square, this is easily done without Mathematica. $\endgroup$ – Alexei Boulbitch Aug 13 '18 at 12:31
  • $\begingroup$ I trasformation rectangular domain to normalize domail [0 1]*[0 1]. if I want solve by mathematica, how to solve this problem $\endgroup$ – Mohammad Bagher Bagheri Aug 13 '18 at 14:06
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