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“…Following this pattern as well as evaluating two equations for every mid-point leads to (2 ) equations that can be placed in the first (2 ) rows of the matrix. The last two rows can be used to impose the boundary conditions given in (12) and (13). Following this manner, it is possible to group the above equations at every time interval +1 in the form of…”
Section: Analysis Of the Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Following this pattern as well as evaluating two equations for every mid-point leads to (2 ) equations that can be placed in the first (2 ) rows of the matrix. The last two rows can be used to impose the boundary conditions given in (12) and (13). Following this manner, it is possible to group the above equations at every time interval +1 in the form of…”
Section: Analysis Of the Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We have developed this method for the solution of a Stefan problem [13]. The algorithm transforms the working equations onto a local coordinate system.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%