heat conduction problem - well posedness
I was wondering if the following problem is well posed:
T_t = (a^2) T_xx, T(x,t) = temperature, 0 < x < 1, t > 0.
T(x,0) = f(x), T(0,t) = g(t), T_x(0,t) = h(t).
Instead of the last condition on T_x, if I had T(1,t) = e(t), then it is well posed and has a unique solution. Because the temperature and heat flux is specified on one end, I am wondering how one gets a Sturm-Liouville problem in x, in this case.
Thanks for all the help.:)
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