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Solving Uncertain Differential Equation with Fuzzy Boundary Conditions


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In this paper, a novel technique has been developed for solving a general linear dierential equation with fuzzy boundary conditions. The target has been to use the developed technique to solve in particular the radon transport (subsurface soil to buildings) equation with uncertain (fuzzy) boundary conditions. The fuzzy boundary condition has been described by a triangular fuzzy number (TFN). Corresponding results are presented in term of plots and are also compared with crisp ones.

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Advection, Diffusion, Fuzzy, Geometric, Radon.
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Authors

T. D. Rao
Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Odisha-769008, India
S. Chakraverty
Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Odisha-769008, India

Abstract


In this paper, a novel technique has been developed for solving a general linear dierential equation with fuzzy boundary conditions. The target has been to use the developed technique to solve in particular the radon transport (subsurface soil to buildings) equation with uncertain (fuzzy) boundary conditions. The fuzzy boundary condition has been described by a triangular fuzzy number (TFN). Corresponding results are presented in term of plots and are also compared with crisp ones.

Keywords


Advection, Diffusion, Fuzzy, Geometric, Radon.

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