The 2-d heat equation is solved using partial differential equations generated using the Modular Program Constructor (MPC). Heat_Equation_ODE solves the problem using ordinary differential equations.
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Heat equation in two dimensions is solved using partial differential equations.
Contour plots of the solution of heat equation using the prescribed Dirichlet boundary conditions at Time = 0.01, 0.02, 0.04 and 1.00 seconds.
Partial Differential Equation
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