# Questions tagged [boundary-condition-at-infinity]

Tag for differential equations satisfying boundary conditions at infinity, or with open boundary conditions, or defined on an unbounded domain.

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### Young Laplace equation with shooting method

I am attempting to follow the method outlined in this paper on page 5, where the first step requires solving a 2 point boundary value problem. I have tried using the Shooting Method, but to no avail. ...
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### Are there exact solutions for the following system of nonlinear first order ordinary differential equations?

The two equations are: u'[t]== -(K + L v[t]) u[t] and v'[t] == -L u[t] v[t] where K and L are constants. At t=0, u(0)=a ...
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### Numerical solution of integro-differential equation where the integral term contains a double integral

I have the following code: ...
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### How to make code for boundary value problem?

I am trying to make graphs given by using this code but I failed. Please correct this code. ...
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### I have some problems with NDSolve, my ODE is about Dynamics of Robot mechanism, and my BVP cannot be solved by NDSolve

Here are the parameters which are given in the task g = 9.81; h = 0.009; m1 = 4.5; m2 = 4.25; m3 = 3.3; L2 = 1.2; L3 = 0.8; \[Theta]CoM1 = 0.2; Matrixes of the ...
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### BVPH Package 2.0

Hopefully you guys can help with this issue. I am currently using Mathematica package BVPH2.0 to solve hybrid nanofluid in boundary layer flow problem using homotopy analysis method. But I seem to ...
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### Coupled second order differential equation with NDSolve

I am trying to solve a 2nd order ODE to reproduce a plot. Here are the equations: ...
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### Analytical Solution to Laplace over Irregular Domain using DSolve

I would like to find an analytical solution to a Laplace equation over the following irregular domain using a mix of Dirichlet and Neumann boundary conditions. I've spent a lot of time trying to use ...