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Hello everyone!
This is probably the first time I'm posting here.
I want to compute the spatiotemporal temperature distribution of a liquid droplet which is based on a Fourier series solution to the transient heat conduction equation in spherical coordinates. The solution requires us to compute the eigenfunctions and Fourier coefficients along with a few other terms before we can get to the final expression. These results have already been published, the solution algorithm, results from the paper and the references are given in the algorithm.doc file as attached. The code I have solves all of that but it is not able to replicate the original results even though all the inputs are the same. I haven't been able to figure out where I'm erring. Please let me know if you need more details. I would be grateful if anyone could pitch in to help. I have attached the files you may need during the discourse.
Regards
ZuhaibZuhaib Nissar2019-06-17T06:39:43ZResult after vector transformation matrix
https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1705865
I'm an old guy trying to learn, first exposure to matrices.
Have a vector that points to (-4,2)
Have a transformation matrix (4x4)
Not looking for someone to solve it but can someone direct me to an area in the documentation that may help?
I'm new to Mathematica and totally out of my element with matrices (at this point) but struggling to learn.
TimTimothy Tapio2019-06-17T00:06:06Z