Lecture 12 Presentation and Examples FALL2011

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Organization of Differential Equations 1
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Numerical Solutions to 1 st Order ODEs Prof. Dragan Djurdjanovic ME 218 Fall 2011 2
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Euler’s Method 3 Actual solution is y(0.4)=-0.81096
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Heun’s Method Equivalent to Taylor Series Expansion up to (and including) 2 nd order terms (involves numerical approximations of 2 nd order derivatives) 4 Actual solution is y(0.4)=-0.81096
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4 th Order Runge-Kutta (RK) Method Equivalent to Taylor Series Expansion up to (and including) 4 th order terms (involves numerical approximations of 4 th order derivatives) 5
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4 th Order Runge Kutta Method 6 Equivalent to Taylor Series Expansion up to (and including) 4 th order terms (involves numerical approximations of 4 th order derivatives)
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Choice of Step Sizes for Numerical Solution to 1 st Order ODEs 7
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Banking Problem for Numerical Solutions to 1 st Order ODEs Prof. Dragan Djurdjanovic ME 218 Fall 2011 8
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A sum of P= $5,000 (P) is invested in European sovereign bongs The interest on the bond is r = 5% per annum (also try for 7 % in Italy). Assume that additional funds are invested continuously at the rate of c = $1,000 per annum What is the value of the investment at the end of k = 10 years, assuming that the interest is compounded continuously ? 9
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