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Solving second order CC non-homogenuous pde

by iqjump123
Tags: homogenuous, pde
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Jul23-11, 09:50 AM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
for -inf<x<inf
y>0, subject to boundary conditions
Uy(x,0)=f(x), u(x,y) bounded as x-> +/- inf or y -> inf

2. Relevant equations
Fourier transform
greens function?

3. The attempt at a solution
I would think that I would have to go through two fourier transforms to get this to be solved, or use greens function. However, I remember going through in class where since the PDE has constant coefficients, I can go ahead and solve assuming U=e^(rx+sy).
Is this the right path to go? I tried using the CC method using U=e^(rx+sy), but it isn't giving me a straightforward answer.
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