thanks for the link to the PDE examples PDF file. More examples always help. But on page 15, I see this example
When I try it on Maple 2017 on windows 7, I do not get the exact same result. I get an extra _Z1 before the sin(). Here is the screen shot
Here is the code also in plain text
pdsolve([pde,bc]) assuming 0<L;
WHat happend to the extra _Z1 in the example shown in the PDF?
Also, Maple still can't solve heat pde as the above, when one or more of the boundary conditions is not homogeneous. For example, with
But there is standard method to solve this by hand. Can one expect Maple 2018 to be able to solve nonhomogeneous heat PDE?