Laplace equation, Physics

Laplace equation (P. Laplace):

For steady-state heat conduction in one dimension, the temperature distribution is the resolution to Laplace's equation, that states the second derivative of temperature w.r.t displacement is zero; mathematically specking,

d2 T/dr2 = 0.

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