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Make a contour plot for a normalized concentration field?

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I'm trying to plot a normalized concentration field as a two dimensional contour for a given diffusion time of 1 second. Instead of getting a meaningful plot my output is a blue square.

!contour functionAny help would be greatly appreciated.

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What do you mean by "normalized"

Your factor is

In[76]:= nn = 1/(12.  3.14  10^-8)

Out[76]= 2.65393*10^6

with this I get

In[80]:= Exp[-(((x - 5)^2 - 1)/nn)] /. x -> 0
Exp[-(((x - 5)^2 - 1)/nn)] /. x -> 25


Out[80]= 0.999991

Out[81]= 0.99985

Seems your expression is virtually constant, so, no contours

Posted 5 months ago

Hello, I rewrote my equation using different Mathematica syntax (Exp[] instead of using E^2) and was able to get contour lines. However, I anticipated a significantly different pattern. By normalized I was just referring to the diffusion in my system as steady state. contour plot

you can see my Mathematica input/output as well as the contour plot I should have created below.enter image description here

Ok. But without detailed information about what you are doing it is not possible to give a reasonable answer.

And: look at the rules. Don't paste pics, but code.

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int = Integrate[1/(x^3 - 1), x];
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