Trying to solve the 1-dimensional heat equation with maple with constant boundary temperatures:

restart;

with(PDETools):U := diff_table(u(x,t)):pde := U[t]=U[x,x];bc := u(0, t) =0, u(1, t) = 1, u(x,0)=x;pdsolve([pde,bc]);

The solution of this equation is u(x,t)=x , but pdsolve(...) does not return anything at all! What is going wrong? Is it too hard PDE for maple? And if it is too hard, where can be found the types of equations, which are too hard and not too hard? Thank you.

I am trying to get a solution to the heat equation with multiple boundary conditions.

Most of them work but I am having trouble with two things: a Robin boundary condition and initial conditions.

First, here are my equations that work:

returns a solution (actually two including u(x,y,z,t)=0).

However, when I try to add:

or

I no longer get a solution.

Any guidance would be appreciated.

Regards.

I have uploaded a worksheet with the equations...

Download heat_equation_pde.mw

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trytimg.mw

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