Problem: Find the steady state temperature of a laterally insulated rod subject to the following conditions. Length of the rod 10, , left end kept at 0 and right end at 100(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Solution: i got this equation from a book i dont know if this applied to this problem but i dont know what to do.

u(x,t) = v(x) + w(x,t) , v is the steady solution and w the transient putting this is the PDE of Heat , we get two equations , one of which is a function of v and this can be easily solved ( but i dont see what the equations are) .

From this point i dont know what to do

thanks

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# Steady state temperature of insulated rod

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