Unformatted text preview: Plot at t = 10 s with µ = 0.5 and 2 and ∆ x = 0.05 m and 0.02 m. A nonperiodic tridiagonal matrix solver is provided for the assignment. Plot the six solutions for part A, together with the initial conditions and exact solution on a single color plot with Tecplot. Also plot the eight curves for part B together on a single plot. Plot four solutions, for each value of v, together for part C, on two color plots. One approach to put multiple line plots together for Tecplot is to “Cat” together (the append command in unix) the separate *.dat files for each set of parameters, i.e., cat file1.dat file2.dat file3.dat file4.dat > file5.dat . Note that here the file header for files 24 is slightly different from the necessary file header for file1....
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 Spring '07
 Slinn
 Numerical Analysis, Boundary value problem, finite difference, Finite difference method, Tecplot

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