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    Partial Differential Equation- Maple

    Hello!

    du/dt=5*d^2u/dx^2

    Initial condition: u(x,0)=f(x)=3*sin(2*x)+6*sin(5*x)

    Boundery condition: u(0,t)=u(Pi,t)=0

    t>=0, x=[0,Pi], du is partial derivate

    How to do thi in Maple?

    Kjell
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    Re: Partial Differential Equation- Maple

    Quote Originally Posted by kjell View Post
    Hello!

    du/dt=5*d^2u/dx^2

    Initial condition: u(x,0)=f(x)=3*sin(2*x)+6*sin(5*x)

    Boundery condition: u(0,t)=u(Pi,t)=0

    t>=0, x=[0,Pi], du is partial derivate

    How to do thi in Maple?

    Kjell
    Couldn't you do this by hand using Separation of Variables?
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    Re: Partial Differential Equation- Maple

    yes, but I would like to learn how to solve it in Maple

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