 13.1: Assume from electrostatics the equations E = /0 and E = (E = electr...
 13.2: u = f(x vt) and u = f(x + vt) satisfy the wave equation, where f is...
 13.3: Assume from electrodynamics the following equations which are valid...
 13.4: Obtain the heat flow equation (1.3) as follows: The quantity of hea...
 13.5: Show that the solutions of (2.5) can also be written as X = ( eikx,...
 13.6: Show that the series in (2.12) can be summed to get T = 200 arc tan...
 13.7: Solve if the plate is cut off at height 1 and the temperature at y ...
 13.8: Find the steadystate temperature distribution in a rectangular pla...
 13.9: Solve if the plate is cut off at height 10 and the temperature of t...
 13.10: Find the steadystate temperature distribution in a metal plate 10 ...
 13.11: Find the steadystate temperature distribution in the plate of if t...
 13.12: Find the temperature distribution in a rectangular plate 10 cm by 3...
 13.13: Find the steadystate temperature distribution in a rectangular pla...
 13.14: the temperature (assumed finite) as y in this problem is determined...
 13.15: Consider a finite plate, 10 cm by 30 cm, with two insulated sides, ...
 13.16: Show that there is only one function u which takes given values on ...
 13.17: Do 6.6 in 3 dimensional rectangular coordinates. That is, solve the...
 13.18: Separate the timeindependent Schrodinger equation (3.22) in spheri...
 13.19: Find the eigenfunctions and energy eigenvalues for a particle in a ...
 13.20: Write the Schrodinger equation (3.22) if is a function of x, and V ...
 13.21: Write the Schrodinger equation (3.22) if is a function of x, and V ...
 13.22: Find the energy eigenvalues and eigenfunctions for the hydrogen ato...
 13.23: Find the steadystate temperature in the region between two spheres...
 13.24: Find the general solution for the steadystate temperature in Figur...
 13.25: The KleinGordon equation is 2u = (1/v2)2u/t2 + 2u. This equation i...
 13.26: Find the characteristic frequencies of a circular membrane which sa...
 13.27: Do for a rectangular membrane
 13.28: Find the steadystate temperature in a semiinfinite plate covering...
Solutions for Chapter 13: Partial Differential Equations
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Solutions for Chapter 13: Partial Differential Equations
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