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 OJMSi  Vol.3 No.1 , January 2015
On the Construction of Analytic-Numerical Approximations for a Class of Coupled Differential Models in Engineering
Abstract: In this paper, a method to construct an analytic-numerical solution for homogeneous parabolic coupled systems with homogeneous boundary conditions of the type ut = Auxx, A1u(o,t) + B1ux(o,t) = 0, A2u(1,t) + B2ux(1,t) = 0, ot>0, u (x,0) = f(x), where A is a positive stable matrix and A1, B1, B1, B2,   are arbitrary matrices for which the block matrix is non-singular, is proposed.
Cite this paper: Defez, E. , Soler, V. and Capilla, R. (2015) On the Construction of Analytic-Numerical Approximations for a Class of Coupled Differential Models in Engineering. Open Journal of Modelling and Simulation, 3, 1-18. doi: 10.4236/ojmsi.2015.31001.
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