soln2_082 - —.I_._J_... form. ‘ MATH2010/2100...

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Unformatted text preview: —.I_._J_... form. ‘ MATH2010/2100 Assignment 2 and Tutorial Set 2 l; p.150: Questions 2, 3, 4, 5, '6, 8. g . v __ 7 K p.163: Questions Eli, 13*. Answer each starred problem as written and also sketch a‘phase- portrait in each case. For Q. 14- find the-general solution in real Solutions to tEe two starred Eroblems to be handed in at e en 0 your utorla or placed in your assignment box on Level 3, Building 67, by ,5pm Monday, August 11. - NB: Use a cover sheet! (Download from the Blackboard site.) ‘ lEG CHAP. 4 _ Systems of QDEs. Phase Plane. Qualitative Methods EXA MPLE 2 Free Motions of a Mass on a Spring '. To get a system, set y1 = Solution. Division by m gives y" = ~(k/m)y - (c/m)y 4.1). Then y; = y" — —(k/m)y1 - (clm)y2. Hence 0 l y’=[ 3y, det(A-)\I)=\ I 2 c k =A +—)\+'_—=0. "l m —- k/m ~ c/n btain the following ' s and Tables 4.1 and 4.2 we 0 = k/m, A = (elm)2 — 4klm. From thi ntial role. = -clm, the discriminant A plays an esse We see that p the last three cases results. Note that in a stable and attractive spiral point. No damping. c = 0, p = , . 0, q > 0, A < 0, d attractive node. Underdamping. 02 < 4mk, p < Critical damping. c2 = 4mk, p < 0, q > 0, A = O, a stable an Overdamping. c2 > 4mk, p < 0, q > O, A > riable) What happens to the introduce r = —-t al point. Then Determine the type lution and sketch or graph some of the 15. (Types of critical points) Discus find a real general so trajectories in the phase plane. (Show the details of your (lO)—(l4) in Sec. 4.3 by applying the cr 4.1 and 4.2 in this section. work.) 1- yr 2 2Y2 16. (Perturbation of center) If a s ' its critical point, what happens if you replace the matrix A by A = A + kl with any real number k as 0' I . . . Q y1 = 2y1 + ya ‘ ' (representing measurement errors in the diagonal __ entries)? 1e 4, Sec. 4.3, by ajk -l- . that you get (a) a saddle point, (b) a stable and attractive node, (c) a stable an al, (d) an unstable (1 attractive spir spiral, (e) an unst able node. 18. CAS EXPERIMENT. Phase Portraits. Graph phase 5 portraits for the systems in Prob. 17 with. the values of I) suggested in the answer. Try to illustrate how the phaSe portrait changes “continuously” under a continuou. change of b. 19. WRITING concepts are the following two—part report applications in w s the critical points in and stability of the critic iteria in Tables ystem has a center as ‘ Yl‘z z 8Y1 EXPERIMENT. Stability. Stability basic in physics and engineering. Write a of 3 pages each (A) on general hich stability plays a role (be 35 'al related to 5632) some or raarecrostes What kind of curVes are the trajectories of ODEs in the phase plane? ’ P stability in th1 10. y" + 5 y = 0 examples; do not copy. s of ilk to the critical point ' 1,3, 5\ 11. y" — kzy = 0 12. y" + J— 20. (Stability chart) Loca systems (10)—(l4) in Sec. 4.3 and of Probs. this problem set on the stability chart. 13. (Damped oscillation) Solve y" + 4y’ + 5y = o. What kind of curves do you get as trajectories? :L 22. y; I 3’2 olution. Determine the kind and stability of (Show the details of your work.) 12. y'1= 7 3’2 I /='3y1 + 2y2 18. y'1 + 3)’2 ‘yl + 2y2 ‘23’1 — 3’2 Find a general solution. (Show the details.) 21. y'l = y1 + 2y2 + e” I ’ 3’2 y; = —y2 + l.5e'2t 12y1 + l y1+y2+sint 4)’1 + Y2 . (Mixing problem) Tank T1 in Fig. 99 contains initially 200 gal of water in which 160 1b of salt are dissolved. Tank T2 contains initially 100 gal of pure water. 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