Boundary Condition


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Nov1-09, 09:46 AM
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Hi all,
I am facing difficulties about boundary condition in Hollow Cylinder. its like wave diffusion equation in hollow cylinder. can anyone help me out to solve this problem. I need some good reverences.
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Hi mhmonon! Welcome to PF!
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Hi all,
I am facing difficulties about boundary condition in Hollow Cylinder. its like wave diffusion equation in hollow cylinder. can anyone help me out to solve this problem. I need some good reverences.
Thank you
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Nov1-09, 12:10 PM
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You need to be more precise with what you are doing. That will directly influence what the BCs are.

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Boundary Condition


here I attached the equation with the boundary value.
Please see the attachment.
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I think your nomenclature is a bit different than what I am used to seeing. You are solving a PDE for the velocity potential, correct? Your boundary conditions are on omega which is usually circular frequency. Is that correct?
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Nov1-09, 09:08 PM
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actually it is a wave diffusion equation in hollow cylindrical problem.. I think I can solve this problem.
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that is the equation for r, after you have separted variables r and [itex]\theta[/itex]. One "unstated" boundary condition is that the function must be finite at r= 0. That gives you one of your constants immediately.
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Nov2-09, 08:04 AM
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hi HallsofIvy,
Thanks for your reply. Yep you are right. But I am facing here another problem. The problem is that I have no condition at r=0; Instead of r=0 I have another condition that is ri(internal radius)=0. So I can not eliminate one. Bye


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