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Topic: PDE with Coupled Boundary Conditions
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Re: PDE with Coupled Boundary Conditions
Posted: Feb 25, 2013 2:58 AM
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"Anurag" wrote in message <kgdpm4$af5$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> Hi Bill,
> Thanks for your reply. Its good to know the toolbox doesn't require any internal BCs. I am trying to use a solver like bvp4c, since I am doing a 1-d case. Also, having a solver function is helpful since I want to pass it to a fitting function to fit for a diffusion coefficient.
> Anurag

Take a look at
to see how to set up multipoint boundary value problems with bvp4c.

Best wishes

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