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How would I solve this Laplace equation?

Posted 10 years ago

Hi there,

I have a laplace equation $\nabla ^2 phi =0$ , with boundary conditions

$$\phi (x=\pm a, y=0)=\pm U/2$$ $$\phi (x=\pm \infty, y=\pm \infty) = 0$$

How would I solve that in Mathematica? I tried to use DSolve Second Order PDEs but I don't quite understand it.. :/

POSTED BY: Mitja Jan?i?

Check this Solving2DHelmholtz or that Solving2DHelmholtzArbitraryShape the last one is really step by step, follow the whole post throughly, Laplace is a special case of Helmholtz.

POSTED BY: Udo Krause
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