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2015-02-03 13:20:02 -0500 | commented question | Solving PDEs Thank you very much! I would like to wonder if there is extensive documentation on PDEs with sage (even with hundreds of lines of code). I am particularly interested in solving time dependent Schroedinger Equations that in one dimension (for example) have the form $$\hat H \psi = i\hbar \dot \psi$$ meaning that the wavefunction depends on x (space) and t (time). However in simpler forms (where for example the potential energy is 0) then the solution can be expressed as a product of two functions (like in the heat equation) as $\psi = \psi (x,t) = X(x)T(t)$ UPDATE: This method works pretty for such equations well since the equations reduce to $\hat H X = EX$ and $\dot T = E/(i \hbar ) T$ and the algorithm is very simple. |

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2015-02-02 10:36:18 -0500 | asked a question | Solving PDEs Hello can I solve equations of the following form in sage? E.g. $$A\frac{\partial ^ n f}{\partial x^n} + B \frac{\partial^kf}{\partial y^k} = 0, \quad f=f(x,y) $$ Meaning a PDE that contains the n-th derivative with respect to x and the k-th derivative with respect to y. |

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2015-01-01 14:26:59 -0500 | asked a question | Defining constants after solving ODE/PDE Hello Solving the differential equation $f'(x) = f(x)$ the answer leads to $f(x) = ce^x$ where $c$ is a constant. How can I generically solve this ODE in SAGE and define $c$ afterwards (I don't want to use Consider this script A method I found: Is there something else that I can do? |

2015-01-01 14:16:51 -0500 | commented answer | Defining differential operator that acts like curl - However $\nabla \cdot \vec F$ work in n-dimensions since it's a dot product
- I do not want to just calculate the derivative but I want the differential operator to act as a multiplier
For example the hamiltonian operator $\hat H = \frac {\hbar}{-2m} \nabla^2 + V $ can act on a wavefunction $\psi$ as $$\hat H | \psi \rangle = - \frac{\hbar}{2m} \nabla^2 \psi + V \psi$$ |

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2014-12-30 07:45:21 -0500 | asked a question | Defining differential operator that acts like curl Hello, As a newbie in using SAGE (experience with Python and Numpy), I was wondering how to define a differential operator that acts like curl (or $\nabla \times \vec F$). The curl for a vector field $\vec F=(F_x,F_y, F_z)$is defined as a determinant $\mathrm{det} (\nabla,\vec F) $. I want to define such operators that act on $F_x, F_y, F_z$ |

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