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Take_Home_Mide_Term_Exam_MME_512

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MME 512: Advanced Mechanics of Materials Take Home Portion of the Mid-Term Exam (25% of the Mid-Term) Total Point: 100 Due Date: 04/01/2011 Submit a Word File by email with MATLAB code, validation plots and summary of results Assignment: Go to the following website: http://numericalmethods.eng.usf.edu/topics/finite_difference_method.html Study and understand the concept of finite difference formulation for solving ordinary differential equations. There are plenty of resources (including skeleton code) with supporting examples are available to you for understanding the concept of Finite Difference Method. Your assignment is to develop a finite difference code in MATLAB which can find the approximate solutions for radial stresses, r in a thick walled cylinder, defined by inner and
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