% % % % Heat distribution on rectangular metal plate with constant % % temperature upper and lower boundaries (Dirichlet B.C.) and % % constant flows through the metal plate (Neumann B.C. on right % % and left) with Qx=32 and h=1. % % % 60 % % T(1,1)-T(1,
% % % % Heat distribution on rectangular metal plate with constant % % temperature upper and lower boundaries (Dirichlet B.C.) and % % constant flows through the metal plate (Neumann B.C. on right % % and left) with Qx=32 and h=1. % % % 60 % % T(1,1)-T(1,
E NGR 8102: C OMPUTATIONAL E NGINEERING
Problem Set 6 (due on Wednesday in my mailbox by 4pm, 11/10)
Questions:
1. (4 pts.) Compute the L 1 , L 2 and L norms of the following vectors and periodic functions: (a) u = [1, 1, 100] (b) v = [100, 100, 100] (c)
E NGR 8102: C OMPUTATIONAL E NGINEERING
Problem Set 5 (due on Wednesday in my mailbox by 4pm, 10/20)
Questions:
1. (7 pts.) Modify the code laplace.m given in class, to feature a 10x10 grid (including boundaries), instead of 5x5. Replace the zero boundary
ENGR 6101: Computational Engineering
Solution Set 4 (due on Wednesday in my mailbox by 4pm, 09/29)
Questions:
1. Consider the following ODE: x = x(1 x)
x(0) = 0.1 (a) (3 pts.) Find the analytic solution. Note that you can do this with separation of variab
E NGR 6101: C OMPUTATIONAL E NGINEERING
Problem Set 3 (due Monday in my mailbox by 4pm, 09/20)
Questions:
1. Compute the integral
/2
sin(x) dx = 1
0
in the following ways: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (1 pts.) Using Trapezoid rule with two data points (x
E NGR 6101: C OMPUTATIONAL E NGINEERING
Problem Set 2 (due Wednesday in my mailbox by 4pm, 09/08)
Questions:
The concentration of pollutant bacteria c in a lake decreases according to c = 75e1.5t + 20e0.075t Determine the time required for the bacteria co