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Solving Dirichlet BVP by Eigenfunction Expansion

by fibo01123
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May23-10, 11:08 PM
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Hey all, I have a question about the following problem:

say that the domain omega is [0,pi] x [0,pi]
Solve the equation Δu=1 for x in omega, and u=0 for x in the boundary of omega;

Just curious whether supposed to use eigenfunction expansions? And how to solve?

Thanks!
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