Differential Equations/Nonlinear PDE


Tor wrote at 2013-02-20 08:31:14
Hi Paul,

I don't know if you're still working on this problem. If so, you should look at the Burgers equation. Essentially, take U = ln v then the equation will reduce to the heat equation.

Hope this helps.


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Dr Paul Safier


I can answer questions about ordinary and partial differential equations; analytical and numerical solutions. My expertise would be in applied differential equations, namely equations that emerge in engineering (fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer).


I have a doctorate in Chemical Engineering with an emphasis on applied mathematics; differential equations.

Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, minor in Fluid Dynamics, B.S. in Chemistry.

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I was awarded the teaching assistant of the year (2004 and 2005) in graduate school.

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