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Re: Solving PDE; novice question

From: martin_helm
Subject: Re: Solving PDE; novice question
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 05:43:39 -0700 (PDT)

Carlo de Falco-2 wrote:
> On 15 Apr 2009, at 00:18, Ivan Sutoris wrote:
>> I'm not expert on PDE's, but I think Octave itself does not have
>> specific function for PDE solving, and I don't see such package at
>> Octave-Forge either. I've discovered some finite element code for
>> Octave on the web [1], [2] , but haven't tried it myself.
>> [2] OctMesh:
> Among packages devoted to solution of  PDEs in general, I'd like to  
> mention, in addition to the ones above,
> the octave-forge package BIM
> [3] BIM:
> but, to my knowledge, none of the above can deal out of the box with  
> the kind of non-linear integro-differential problem mentioned by th OP
>> Regards
>> Ivan Sutoris
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So far I know not directly an octave package for conservation laws. 
If you are interested in introductory code (as I understand your question), 
to start your own octave coding for the equations you mentioned have a look


(There are some simple .m files which should directly work with octave).

There exists also some code for matlab to solve burger's equation at

but this one needs some rework for octave since it uses ode15s (which is not
in octave).

- mh

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