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I wanted to solve a pde of two variables in spherical coordinates with a boundary condition at a specific radius. I am doing something wrong because the pdsolve just evaluates for several minutes and does not actually give anything.

Could someone have a look and let me know what I am doing wrong.




Setup(mathematicalnotation = true)

[mathematicalnotation = true]


eq3 := Laplacian(Phi_out(r, theta)) = 0

((r^2*(diff(diff(Phi_out(r, theta), r), r))+2*r*(diff(Phi_out(r, theta), r))+diff(diff(Phi_out(r, theta), theta), theta))*sin(theta)+(diff(Phi_out(r, theta), theta))*cos(theta))/(r^2*sin(theta)) = 0


bc1 := eval(Phi_out(r, theta)-Omega*mu*(-1+cos(2*theta))/(2*r), r = R) = 0

Phi_out(R, theta)-(1/2)*Omega*mu*(-1+cos(2*theta))/R = 0



pdsolve([eq3, bc1])


Download laplacian.mw

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