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Numerically solving 2 coupled PDEs

  1. Aug 17, 2015 #1
    I want to solve a system of 2 coupled pde (in MATLAB) of the format:



    with Initial conditions as
    f(0,t)=1, g(z,0)=0 and f(z,0)=0


    I tried using the MATLAB function pdepe to do this but got errors and if I go for numerical solving by finite difference method I get the value of f>1 which is not possible.

    Please help me with this problem!
  2. jcsd
  3. Aug 17, 2015 #2
    If you get values outside of the expected range you better check the values of the coefficients ##c_i## and the stability of the numerical method due to the choosen spatial and temporal steps ##\Delta z## and ##\Delta t##, respectively.
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