Partial Differential Equation Toolbox
for Windows

Solve partial differential equations using finite element methods

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Partial Differential Equation Toolbox Description

The Partial Differential Equation (PDE) Toolbox contains tools for the study and solution of PDEs in two space dimensions (2-D) and time, using the finite element method (FEM). Its command line functions and graphical user interface can be used for mathematical modeling of PDEs in a broad range of engineering and science applications, including structural Mechanics, electromagnetics, Heat Transfer, and diffusion.

Key Features
Complete GUI for pre- and post-processing 2-D PDEs
Automatic and adaptive meshing
Geometry creation using constructive solid geometry (CSG) paradigm
Boundary condition specification: Dirichlet, generalized Neumann, and mixed
Flexible coefficient and PDE problem specification using MATLAB syntax
Fully automated mesh generation and refinement
Nonlinear and adaptive solvers handle systems with multiple dependent variables
Simultaneous visualization of multiple solution properties, FEM-mesh overlays, and animation

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What's New in Partial Differential Equation Toolbox 1.0.14

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Partial Differential Equation Toolbox Requirements

Operating Systems:

Windows XP, 2000, 98,Mac OS X,Linux

System Requirements:

No additional system requirements.

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