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Course: ENG 341, Fall 2009
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Semi-colon % prevents output of command. % Define a collection of x's &amp; y's. x=0:.05:1;y=0:.05:1; % Define a mesh of points. [xx,yy]=meshgrid(x,y); % Compute the T distribution at each point zz=some function of xx and yy % Plot surface surf(zz); view(120.,30.); %shading interp; %colormap(jet); pause % Compute gradient field [px,py] = gradient(zz,.05,.05); % contours % Plot...

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Semi-colon % prevents output of command. % Define a collection of x's & y's. x=0:.05:1;y=0:.05:1; % Define a mesh of points. [xx,yy]=meshgrid(x,y); % Compute the T distribution at each point zz=some function of xx and yy % Plot surface surf(zz); view(120.,30.); %shading interp; %colormap(jet); pause % Compute gradient field [px,py] = gradient(zz,.05,.05); % contours % Plot colormap(jet); contour(x,y,zz,20); % keep contours on the screen & plot vectors hold on; quiver(x,y,px,py,2); hold off; pause % Get gradient at (.5,.5)==> point (11,11) gTp(1)=px(11);...

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Iowa State - ENG - 341
Real*4 To,PI,x(21,21),y(21,21),fx(21,21),fy(21,21)Real*4 xx,yy,f(21,21),zInteger j,kTo=0.PI=3.141592654Do k=1,21Do j=1,21 x(j,k)=(j-1)*1.0/(20) xx=x(j,k) y(j,k)=(k-1)*1.0/(20) yy=y(j,k) f(j,k)= your function
Iowa State - ENG - 461
subroutine analyz(uu,ndvv,obj,gcon,nconn)include &quot;./inc/global.h&quot;integer ndvv,nconn,ireal*8 uu(ndvv),gcon(nconn),obj,nsado i=1,ndvvu(i)=ulb(i)+uu(i)*(uub(i)-ulb(i)enddoobj=nsa()do i=1,nconngcon(i)=g(i)enddoreturnend
Iowa State - ENG - 461
function driver()clear all;global u x c ukmin ukmax outputglobal hglobal PI% set the constantsmyinit;% input which control variables &amp; rangesprompt = {'First u Index:','# u values:',. 'Second u Index:','# u values:',. '
Iowa State - ENG - 461
function z = RK4(zn,t)global dtf1=RHS(zn,t);z1=zn+0.5*dt*f1;f2=RHS(z1,t+0.5*dt);z2=zn+0.5*dt*f2;f3=RHS(z2,t+0.5*dt);z3=zn+dt*f3;f4=RHS(z3,t+dt);z=zn+dt*(f1+f4+2*(f2+f3)/6.0;
Iowa State - ENG - 215
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Iowa State - ENG - 461
function g=getcons() global u c gg(1)=c(2)+c(1)+c(3)-u(1)-u(2);%slope -1 through center +c(3) in y. gg(2)=u(1)-u(2)+c(4);%slope 1 through y=c(4). g=gg';return;
Iowa State - ENG - 461
function mydriver()clear all;clear global all;global u x c ukmin ukmax% set the constantsmyconstants;% input prompt = {'Input 0|1|2 -&gt; 0=one Nom Soln,1=opt,2=plots:'};title = 'Input For Sample Design Problem';lines= 1;def = {'0'};cell
Iowa State - ENG - 461
function [g geq]=confun(uu) global u c ukmin ukmax u=ukmin+uu.*(ukmax-ukmin); g=getcons; geq=[];return;
Iowa State - ENG - 461
real*8 u(2),ukmin(2),ukmax(2),g(2)real*8 c(4)common/com1/u,ukmin,ukmax,g,c
Iowa State - ENG - 461
function myconstants() global c c=[0,0,1.0,2.0];return;
Iowa State - ENG - 461
subroutine myconstants() include 'global.h' c(1)=0c(2)=0c(3)=1.0c(4)=2.0returnend
Iowa State - ENG - 461
function nsa() include 'global.h'real*8 nsa nsa=(u(1)-c(1)*2+(u(2)-c(2)*2returnend
Iowa State - ENG - 461
function J=nsa(); global u c J=(u(1)-c(1)^1.5+(u(2)-c(2)^1.5;return;
Iowa State - ENG - 461
subroutine getcons(gg) include 'global.h'real*8 gg(2)!slope -1 through center + c(3) in y.gg(1)=c(2)+c(1)+c(3)-u(1)-u(2) !slope 1 through c(4) in y.gg(2)=u(1)-u(2)+c(4)g(1)=gg(1)g(2)=gg(2)end
Iowa State - ENG - 461
function J=objfun(uu) global ukmin ukmax u u=ukmin+uu.*(ukmax-ukmin); J=nsa;return;
Iowa State - ENG - 461
program mydriver!global u x c ukmin ukmaximplicit noneinclude 'global.h'integer whattodo,ni,nj,i,j,k,nvar,ncon,isc(2),iprnt,niter,ierreal*8 uk(2),nsa,ui,uj,perfindx,Jay(11,11),xar(11,11),yar(11,11)real*8 Constraints(11,11,2),u0(2),LB(2),
Iowa State - ENG - 461
subroutine objfun(uu,nuu,J,gg,ngg) include 'global.h'integer i,nuu,nggreal*8 uu(2),J,gg(2)real*8 nsado i=1,2 u(i)=ukmin(i)+uu(i)*(ukmax(i)-ukmin(i)enddo J=nsa()call confun(uu,gg)returnend
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