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February 23rd, 2017, 01:44 AM  #1 
Newbie Joined: Feb 2017 From: Eindhoven Posts: 1 Thanks: 0  solving a multidimensional nonhomogeneous transient PDE
Hi, in the context of my graduation project I want to solve a 2D, transient honhomogeneous conduction problem with convective boundary conditions in cylindrical coordinates (see file attached ) according to an online source: "This problem can be decomposed into a set of steady state nonhomogeneous problems in each of which a single nonhomogeneous boundary condition occurs and a transient problem." I managed to complete the first step: decompose the problem in a homogeneous transient and a nonhomogenous steadystate part. The question is how to decompose the nonhomogeneous steady state PDE with nonhomogeneous boundary conditions into a set of steady state nonhomogenous problems in each of which a single nonhomogeneous boundary conditions occurs? Thanks in advance! Kind regards, Len 

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