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Dear all,
How can I input different spacesteps in numerical solution of PDE (Heat equation) with pdsolve of Maple?

For example, the x range is x=0..L,
and I'd like to solve the PDE with spacestep1=L/100 for x=0..a and spacestep2=L/10 for x=a..L.

Thank you in advance!

Dear Maple primes,

Could you, please, help me with numerical solution of an ODE?

The ODE looks like this

dz/dx = f1(x,z) + f2(z)

where f1(x,z) is some simple function of x and z (that does not create any problem), but f2(z) is given as

f2(z) = int(f3(t), t = z1..z2)

The problem appears, when the integral cannot be solved analytically.

Below is an example of the problem (here I chose the function f3(t)= tt as well as other functions, intervals and initial condition only for the sake of illustration of the problem):

restart; with(plots)

INT := Int(t^t, t = .1 .. z(x), method = _DEFAULT)

eq1 := {diff(z(x), x) = x+z(x)+INT, z(.1) = .1}

plot1 := dsolve(eq1, type = numeric, range = .1 .. 1)



Thank you in advance!


Dear Maple Primes,

could you, please, help me with numeric integration? I’m new in numeric integration and can’t reach desired precision of a result.
Here is the integral f(xmax) that I try to compute for different values of xmax from the interval 0.025..0.24 :


where x0 is lower limit of outer integral, x0 := 0.025

and K, F and G are functions of x





a1:=8e3; a2:=6e4; a3:=3e4; a4:=1.8e8;
b1:=9.2e17; b2:=1.1e18; b3:=4.6e21;
c1:=8.202046; c2:=-12.31377; c3:=-818043.42;

Please, notice, that G (as well as G*F) is a steeply decreasing function on the interval x = 0.025..0.24.

I get "a seemingly correct" result (that means that f increases as xmax intreases), when I try to plot f(xmax) for the following "guessed" options


What is puzzling me is that I get a different "seemingly correct" result, when I modify the integral f by,
at fist, multiplying G by a constant (for example Const:=1e20; G:=Const*exp(c1+c2*x+c3*x7) )
and, second, plotting the f divided by this constant:


The following Figure presents the values of f plotted versus xmax with (red curve) and without (black curve) using of the constant Const:

Dear Primes, could you, please, comment on this difference? Because the only indicator that I have (from the analysis of G, F and K) is that f must be a monotonically (and stricktly) increasing function of xmax.

Please, find the maple worksheet in attachment.

Thank you in advance!

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