MAE 101A, Winter 2008
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MAE 101A, Winter 2008
Homework 2
Due Thursday, Jan. 24, in class
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MAE 223, Spring 2009
Homework 2 Due Friday, May 15, before 3 PM.
1. The viscous Burgers equation, ut + uux - uxx = 0 with the initial data corresponding to a square wave, as follows: u0 (x) = 1 , u0 (x) = 2 , u0 (x) = 1 , 0x1 1x2 x>2 (1)
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AMES 223, Spring 2008
Homework 2 Due Friday, May 15, in class
1. Consider laminar flow, w(x, y), of water in an infinite, straight duct of non-circular crosssection that is driven by a constant pressure gradient dp/dz. The flow satisfies the following ell
MAE 223, Spring 2009
Homework 1 Due Friday, April 24, 5PM in my oce
1. The convection-diusion equation for temperature evolution, Tt + uTx = Txx where u and are positive constants is to be solved numerically. A third-order, Runge-Kutta scheme is to be use
AMES 223, Spring 2008
Homework 1
Due Friday, April 17, in class
1. The convection-diusion equation for temperature evolution,
Tt + uTx = Txx
where u and are positive constants is to be solved numerically. A third-order, Runge-Kutta
scheme is to be used fo
Fortran Vs C (matlab)
Logic is same for both languages Easy to learn and takes only a couple of days. No special commands for formating statements & not case sensitive . Free version is available.
G95 is a good (and free) Fortran90 compiler which is very
MAE 223
Spring 2008
Getting started with Fortran 90
What is Fortran & Fortran 90?
a general purpose, procedural language
suited for scientific and numerical computing
developed at IBM circa 1950 (!)
Fortran 90 is the new update on a old workhorse, which
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