|Dec6-10, 08:31 PM||#1|
Solving PDE's with Orthogonal Collocation and Matlab
I am trying to solve a set of PDE's using Matlab by first applying the orthogonal collocation technique to reduce the PDE's to ODE's and subsequently solve the equations using ODE15s.
The code that I am using is based on what I've found on another website: http://faculty.washington.edu/finlay.../OC/OCcode.htm
I am having problems coding in my boundary conditions for the equations as it is given in the form of derivatives.
At x = 0, dT/dx = dc/dx = 0
Any help on the matter would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
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