I look for good books on solving partial diffrential equations (PDE's) using integral transforms specially Fourier and laplace transforms.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Do you have any recommendations for such books? I don't look for a book concerned with the theory, rather, with the methods itself (a suitable book for a physicist not a mathematician). So , the more solved examples there are, the better it will be!

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# Good texts for solving PDE's by integral transforms

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