MATLAB Finite Difference Method using Matlab

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You are trying to solve [tex] \nabla^2 u = c\frac{\partial^2u}{\partial t^2}[/tex] ?

Over what domain? What are the boundary / initial conditions? Do you have a specific question about it, or are you not sure where to start?
 
Can ADI Methods be applied in Cylindrical coordinate system?
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Would "any body" like to give me some references about numerical method using matlab (journal or e-book)? I have had some references, but very limited edition.
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Dear All,

I am also trying to solve, non-linear partial differential equations using finite difference method. They are parabolic partial differential equations but both coupled. Can anybody help me write coding in matlab. I did for single variable (temperature, that change with time and depth) nonlinear equations. But now I have two variable (Stress and temperature). They are interdependent too. Please anybody help me to write the coding

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Sujeevan
 

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