USE OF FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD FOR NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL HEAT TRANSFER FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION
AbstractThe paper proposes a numerical solution for the mixed problem concerning a three-dimensional heat transfer fractional differential equation, based on the finite difference method. To solve this problem, an explicit difference scheme described in the paper is used. The stability of a proposed difference scheme is proved. The case of homogeneous medium and a square grid is considered.
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