du/dt=k^2 d^2u/dx^2(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

b.c

du/dx(o,t)=-qo

i.c

u(x,0)=0

can any one please tell me what U(o,s)

U(o,s)=integral bwteen o to infinity of du/dx(o,t)e^-st dt

the reason i asked is if

du/dt=k^2 d^2u/dx^2

b.c

u(0,t)=-qo

i.c

u(x,0)=0

U(o,s)=integral bwteen o to infinity of u(o,t)e^-st dt = -qo/s

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