PDE1 (phosphodiesterase type 1) is a phosphodiesterase enzyme also known as calcium- and calmodulin-dependent phosphodiesterase. It is one of the 11 families of phosphodiesterase (PDE1-PDE11). PDE1 has three subtypes, PDE1A, PDE1B and PDE1C which divide further into various isoforms. The various isoforms exhibit different affinities for cAMP and cGMP.
I have the following system of PDEs:
\hat{\rho}\hat{c}_{th}\frac{\partial\hat{T}}{\partial\hat{x}}-\alpha_{1}\frac{\partial}{\partial\hat{x}}\left(\hat{k}(\hat{x})\frac{\partial\hat{T}}{\partial\hat{x}}\right)=\alpha_{1}\hat{\sigma}(\hat{x})\hat{E}...
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I have the code which solves the Sel'kov reaction-diffusion in MATLAB with a Crank-Nicholson scheme.
I would love to modify or write a 2D Crank-Nicolson scheme which solves the equations:
##u_t = D_u(u_{xx}+u_{yy})-u+a*v+u^2*v##
##v_y = D_v(v_{xx}+v_{yy}) +b-av-u^2v##
Where ##D_u, D_v## are...
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I'm trying to use Mathematica to graphically explore a system of four PDEs, as defined in Yang et al. (2002).
Spatial Resonances and Superposition Patterns in a Reaction-Diffusion Model
with Interacting Turing Modes. Physical Review Letters 88(20). The equations are:
\frac{\partial...
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I have a system of three coupled PDE and I discretized the equations using finite difference method.
It results in a block matrix equations as:
[A11 A12 A13] [x1] = [f1]
[A21 A22 A23] [x2] = [f2]
[A31 A32 A33] [x3] = [f3]
where, any of Aij is a square matrix.
I use...
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As part of my research I came up with a boundary value problem where I need to solve the following system of coupled PDE:
1- a1 * f,xx + a2 * f,yy + a3 * g,xx + a4 * g,yy - a5 * f - a6 * g = 0
2- b1 * f,xx + b2 * f,yy + b3 * g,xx + b4 * g,yy - b5 * f - b6 * g = 0
Where, ai's...
Hi all! I'm stuck with a system of PDE. I'm not sure I want to write it here in full, so l'll write just one of them. I've found a solution to this equation but I'm not sure it's the most general one since when I plug this solution into the other eqs, I get a trivility condition for the...
Hi all, I have a system of 3 coupled linear PDEs which can be expressed in matrix form as:
\left(
\begin{array}{ccc}
\alpha_1 \partial_{\theta} & \alpha_2 & \alpha_3 \\
\beta_1 \partial_r & \beta_2 & \beta_3 \\
0 & \gamma_2 \partial_{\theta} & 1 + \gamma_3 \partial_r \\
\end{array}...
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I want to design a robust controller for a system which is driven by a PDE. I need to acquire its transfer function in 's' parameter which means it should be transferred by Laplace transformation. I know that the result transfer function will be an infinite series of transfer...
Hi all, I am looking for ways to solve the following system of equations for \vec{B}:
\vec{B} \cdot \nabla f = 0
\left( \nabla \times \vec{B} \right) \cdot \nabla f = 0
\nabla \cdot \vec{B} = 0
and f is a known scalar function. I think we can assume there is a solution since we...
Dear All,
I am trying to solve the following system of PDEs
\frac{\partial{A}}{\partial{t}}= a_{2}\frac{\partial{{^{2}}A}}{\partial{x^{2}}}-a_{1}\frac{\partial{A}}{\partial{x}}-a_{0}A+b_{0}B
\frac{\partial{B}}{\partial{t}}=...
Hello,
This is my first post and hopefully my question has not been answered elsewhere already as I realize it is annoying to answer the same type of posts over and over again.
I am working on a system of PDEs with one ODE, coupled. It is an SEIR model with one extra class for the group of...
I'm solving a nonlinear pde system in one space. It looks that the pdepe function won't work, because it only accepts coupled term in 's', not 'c' and 'f'. My equations are like:
\partial u1\partial t + c(u2)*\partial u2\partial t = f1(u2)*D^2 u1Dx^2 + s1(u1,u2)...
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Solving a Killing vector problem, in General Relativity, I got the following PDE system:
\frac{\partial X^0}{\partial x}=0
\frac{\partial X^1}{\partial y}=0
\frac{\partial X^2}{\partial z}=0
\frac{\partial X^0}{\partial y} + \frac{\partial X^1}{\partial x}=0
\frac{\partial...