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### How can I move these numbers to the right side of the y axis?

Clear["Global*"] Assuming that your objection to Frame is just to avoid frames to the left and above: ...
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### ContourPlot U^2+W^2=V^2 -> V(U), where U, V solutions of equation from special functions

Use ContourPlot3D for U^2+W^2==V^2 and f[U,V] as ...
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### How to plot two functions?

Try ParametricPlot ...

### How to plot two functions?

You can use With to give a local value for y and ParametricPlot for the plot. ...

### The fitting curve cannot be found correctly

Clear["Global*"] Using NMinimize as shown by cvgmt, you can get good initial estimates for ...

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### How can I move these numbers to the right side of the y axis?

Applying Mr.Wizard's method from here ...
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### Ploting solution to a differential equation with different parameters

Something to get you started,. You can use Manipulate ...
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### The fitting curve cannot be found correctly

It's not just about the numbers but how the numbers were collected. It appears that the OP has digitized Figure 4b in the article mentioned. (I get different values when I digitize that figure but I'...
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### The fitting curve cannot be found correctly

One way is directly using NMinimize. ...
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### Combining a ContourPlot3d and parametric plot 3d

In addition to the typo P1 vs. p1, you're missing a comma in the PlotRange for the axes1 plot. Also note that Show uses the plot range of the first plot, in this case p1. So if you want to show the ...

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### How to make these callout labels not overlap

In fact I think avoiding overlap is a function that the Callout itself needs to implement. I have make workaround: ...
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### Additional lines in the plotting graph

Your equations have more solutions than the two you are apparently interested in: l = NSolve[T[r] == 0, r]; Length[l] (* Out: 5 *) (In passing, note that ...
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### Defining Dirichlet Boundary Conditions on an Imported 3D Object with Apertures in it

.obj file with new geometry: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dds8rm3odg2m7gu/largeAp.obj?dl=0 Here is link to images of fields as well since I can't seem to embed the images properly: https://imgur.com/a/...
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### Defining Dirichlet Boundary Conditions on an Imported 3D Object with Apertures in it

We don't need define potential in holes, we can use ...
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### How to use Callout for joined points line

One possible implementation could be: ...
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### Issue with using complexplot with Nearest

Clear[ne] ne[z_?NumericQ] := Nearest[{I, -2 + I, 3 - 2 I}, z][] ComplexPlot[ne[z], {z, -2 - 2 I, 2 + 2 I}]

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