lecture6 - Diffusion problem homework 4 IMPLICIT NONE...

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Unformatted text preview: Diffusion problem, homework 4 IMPLICIT NONE INTEGER, PARAMETER :: Prec14=SELECTED_REAL_KIND(14) INTEGER :: j,nt,ntmax INTEGER, PARAMETER :: jmax=200 REAL(KIND=Prec14), DIMENSION(jmax) :: a,b,c,chi REAL(KIND=Prec14), DIMENSION(jmax) :: u REAL(KIND=Prec14), PARAMETER :: L=12.0d0,sigma=1.0d0, tau=L**2 REAL(KIND=Prec14), PARAMETER :: x1=L/2.0d0,x2=3.0d0*L/4.0d0 REAL(KIND=Prec14), PARAMETER :: dx=L/jmax REAL(KIND=Prec14), PARAMETER :: dt=0.5d0 REAL(KIND=Prec14), PARAMETER :: alpha=dt/(2.0d0*dx**2) REAL(KIND=Prec14) :: x,s2pi,pi pi=4.0d0*datan(1.0d0) s2pi=dsqrt(2.0d0*pi) ntmax=tau/dt u(j)=(1.0d0/(sigma*s2pi))*(dexp(-(x-x1)**2/(2.0d0*sigma**2))- dexp(-(x-x2)**2/(2.0d0*sigma**2))) Tridag… solves the linear equations… does all the hard work! call tridag(a,b,c,u,chi,jmax) SUBROUTINE TRIDAG(A,B,C,R,U,N) a,b,c,psi are the inputs, chi is what is returned by tridag after solving equations jmax is the length of the input arrays From numerical recipes, but modified for Tridag… solves the linear equations…...
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2011 for the course PHZ 5156 taught by Professor Johnson,m during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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