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Finite-Difference-Method-for-PDE-1 Fig. 1 Common two-dimensional grid patterns Finite Difference Methods “Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and think what nobody has thought.” – Albert Szent- Gyorgyi I. Introduction Analytical methods may fail if: 1. The PDE is not linear and can't be linearized without seriously affecting the result. 2. The solution region is complex.
• jirjirjir jirjirjir
• unknown values of φ
• internal temperature φ as a function of position
• finite values
• mesh size
• fig
• difference
• time

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