In this work, the triple convolution of Daubechies wavelet is used to solve the three dimensional (3D) microscale Dual Phase Lag (DPL) problem. Also, numerical solution of 3D time-dependent initial-boundary value problems of a microscopic heat equation is presented. To generate a 3D wavelet we used the triple convolution of a one dimensional wavelet. Using convolution we get a scaling function and a sevenfold 3D wavelet and all of our computations are based on this new set to approximate in 3D spatial. Moreover, approximation in time domain is based on finite difference method. By substitution in the 3D DPL model, the differential equation converts to a linear system of equations and related system is solved directly. We use the Lax-Richtmyer theorem to investigate the consistency, stability and convergence analysis of our method. Numerical results are presented and compared with the analytical solution to show the efficiency of the method.
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Author Name: Zahra Kalateh Bojdi; Ataollah Askari Hemmat email; Ali Tavakoli
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Keywords: MRA; Heat equation; Wavelet method; Finite difference