Heat Transfer Boundary Value Problem Example.

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Heat Transfer

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A Heat Transfer physics problem is described with equations and shows a Calculus-level language used for solving this two point boundary value problem (BVP). The equations being solved may be ordinary differential equations and/or partial differential equations of any order & degree. Equations maybe nonLinear, implicit, any order, any degree and/or constrained. Automatic Differentiation (visit http://www.digitalCalculus.com/page/593538) coupled with Operator Overloading are the key ingredience for a Calculus-level programming language. Our website introduces the Fortran Calculus language/compiler. The main point is simulating entire company processes, distribution systems, etc. with an eye on ones company goal. This is accomplished by nesting of simulation problems in one run.

Software Price: Freeware
Software Version: 1.01.5
Release Date
: 11/11/2007

Size: 0.56 MB
Platform: Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 3.x, NT 4.x, Windows 2000, XP, Windows 2003, Windows CE, WinME, Vista

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