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Topic: pde toolbox
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srao Rao

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Re: pde toolbox
Posted: Mar 11, 2013 3:12 PM
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Hi Bill,

That was very helpful. Thank you very much.


"Bill Greene" wrote in message <khfgev$sgb$>...
> Hi,
> "Sashankh Rao" wrote in message <khdu9o$j3c$>...

> > Using the Matlab pde toolbox I obtain a solution to the Poisson equation for a given geometry using dirichlet boundary conditions. First, I want to determine the gradient at all the boundary nodes. Is this possible using the toolbox? Second, I want to use these gradient values as an input boundary condition for the same boundary to solve a different equation (same geometry). Is this possible to do using the toolbox? Thanks.
> Yes, this is definitely possible. I'll try to point you in the right direction.
> The function pdegrad can be used to calculate the gradient of the solution at the
> element centroids.
> Then the function pdeprtni can be used to interpolate these centroid values back
> to the nodes.
> Using these gradient values in the boundary conditions will require you to write your
> own boundary condition function, referred to as a "boundary file" in the PDE
> Toolbox documentation.
> This documentation page has some examples of how to write such a function.
> Bill

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