Substitute (say). That gets you a first order separable.
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I have the following problems to solve:
The temperature u(r) in the circular ring shown in the image is determined from the boundary-value problem
where u_{0} and u_{1} are constants. Show that Not sure where to start. I need to show and explain every step.
#2 is similar but is sphere with equation of
r(d^2u/dr^2) + 2(du/dr) = 0
u_{0} and u_{1} are constants
I know the answer is u(r) = ((u0-u1)/(b-a))*ab/r +(u1b-u0a)/(b-a)
not sure how to get here though.
Any help to start would be great.
Thanks
If then and your equation becomes
which is of the first order and is separable.
Solve this for in terms of and substitute into your original substitution. That gets you an equation that you can integrate.
It contains two arbitrary constants (of integration) which you evaluate by substituting in the boundary conditions.
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Thank you for your help. Hope you are having a good holiday. Seperables was one of my not so good topics so let me know if this is correct:
r dp/dr+p = 0 separates out to 1/pdp = -1/rdr. then integrate each side and end up with p = e^-lnr+c.
is this right so far? now I take this and sub it in to r dp/dr+p = 0 to get r dp/dr+e^-lnr+c = 0.
now what as I'm left with only r's and a dp?
thanks again