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## Re: How to solve this....Please

 From: Santanu Chatterjee Subject: Re: How to solve this....Please Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2001 13:32:25 +0530

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Yeah, I know, this forum is not for my homework.
But this is not a homework problem.

Actually, this is not my problem at all.
I am just an engg. undergraduate.

As our department has embraced Linux recently,
(and since I have some Linux experience),
I was asked to help them with any free numerical software,
so that they can use them to solve problems like the one
I put in my mail.
I promised him to ask this in the Octave mailing list,
as I could not find anu pde toolbox in Octave distro (rpm),
like the one in Matlab.

I hope you will understand my situation.
I am just asking for a way to solve this kind of problem,
so that I can convince my professor that Octave can be
used successfully by our Electrical department.

Eagerly waiting for some guidance.

Regards,
Santanu Chatterjee.
address@hidden

On Mon, 05 Nov 2001 21:38:09 -0500
Adam Balgach <address@hidden> wrote:

> This forum is not for your homework.
>
> adam.
>
> -the answer: 42, as 42 is the answer to life the universe and
> everything.
>
> Santanu Chatterjee wrote:
>
> > From: Santanu Chatterjee <address@hidden>
> > To: address@hidden
> > Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2001 15:56:59 +0530
> > X-Mailer: Sylpheed version 0.6.4 (GTK+ 1.2.10; i686-pc-linux-gnu)
> >
> >  Hello everybody,
> >
> >  Can anyone tell me how do I solve the following
> >  kind of problem using Octave :
> >
> >  solve for w in the equation :
> >
> >          __4       2  __2
> >          \/ w  -  a * \/ w  =  F(t)
> >
> >  where: F(t) is an arbitrary time functon,
> >         'a' is a function of w(x,y,t),
> >         and
> >         __2                          del^2     del^2
> >         \/  == Laplacian operator = ------- + --------
> >         __4                         del x^2    del y^2
> >         \/  == Biharmonic operator.
> >
> >  Assume that the required initial conditions are given
> >  (at least for the time being)
> >
> >  [I hope the formatting remains alright.]
> >
> >  Regards,
> >  Santanu Chatterjee.
> >  address@hidden
> >
> >
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