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in Finite Difference Method (FDM), the boundary conditions can be implemented by applying the continuity of parallel component of magnetic field intensity. when it comes to the interface of two areas, it is done at ease, but consider this case at the red point:
in FDM we exactly require on...
This is not the first study I've seen discussing potential risks of FDM airborne byproducts. It's the reason I bought a fully enclosed unit. However, it's in my home which at the moment is extremely small. It's less than a meter away from both my workbench and my sleeping area. While the unit is...
Basically, the summary. I forgot where I read this before, apparently FDM is much better in handling such problems, and apparently CFD in general is better dealt with FDM instead of FEM. Why is this so?
Hi, Physics forum!
Just a little push of my doubts I hope somebody could help me with my confusion of one of our home works.
I know that all boundary conditions are zero. My doubt is how do I interpret (x,y,0)=0.01 source in the figure? Where is it located in the grid. I am hoping someone...
My goal is to program a FDM simulation of a transformer. So, we have the coupled inductor model to start with ...
However, if L1 = 1, L2 = 9, and coupling is perfect then M = sqrt(1*9) = 3 and L1 - M = -2.
So, this seems problematical to me. Also, if I try to simulate this model using SPICE...
Dear members,
Some days ago, I received the following exercise but I have never studied thermodynamics before and I don't know very well where to start, the exercise is about Heat Transfer and the Finite Difference Method and I must program the solution using Petsc and C++.
About the Finite...
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I know, there is a stability condition for solving the Convection-Diffusion equation by Finite Difference explicit/implicit technique, which is \Delta t<=(\Delta x)^2/(2*D) for one-dimensional or \Delta t<=((\Delta x)^2+(\Delta y)^2)/(8*D) for two-dimensional problem, where D is the...
I want to solve a Laplace PDE in a polar coordinate system with finite difference method.
and the boundary conditions:
Here that I found in the internet:
and the analytical result is:
The question is how its works? Can I give an example or itd?Thanks
Hello friends, I am new for numerical methods and programming. i have been trying to devolop a program in 2D poisson heat equation in cylinder (r,angle) by finite difference method
∂2u/∂r2 + 1/r * ∂u/∂r + 1/r2 * ∂2u/∂θ2 = Q(u,θ)discritized equation :-
ui+1,j − 2uij + ui−1,j/(∆r)2 + 1/ri *...
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i have developed an code for a non linear heat conduction in 2 dimensions with dirichlet boundary condition by finite difference method in Matlab. my code is running slow to give output.
If anybody has any idea of solving this equation or have written any Code for this equation...
I am a CSE researcher with a not so in depth background of physics. As a part of my research in object modelling, I am trying to computationally figure out the stress for various objects by using Finite Difference Method (not FEM which is the defacto standard for stress analysis). The reason for...
Homework Statement
I have a quiz question that I'm struggling with. We've been working on using a FTCS scheme with two Essential Boundary Conditions, and now I have a problem with one EBC (ie static) and a Natural Boundary Condition (ie a derivative). The condensed problem statement:
u_{t} =...
I need help from anyone urgently,
I need C code for Solving Poisson Equation has known source with Neumann condition by using FDM (finite difference method) in 2D problem.
Homework Statement
HOW Can i make graph from MATLAB? Applying FDM in numerical analysis
I 'M Beginner in MATLAB
PLZ HELP ME! you are definitely Kind Global students!
The Attempt at a Solution
Homework Statement
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The Attempt at a Solution
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I was working on my thesis when this question popped into my head, why can't there be overlap in FDM wihout ICI but you are allowed to overlap in OFDM without ICI?
Also why is the maximum overlap of subchannels 50% in OFDM before ICI occurs?
From math point of view as long as the carriers are...
Homework Statement
Given a steady-state heat transfer for a 100mx100m plate, to be discretized to 6 nodes, governed by a heat tranfer equation:
U_xx + U_yy = 0
Given dirichlet boundary conditions: U(0,y)=50, U(100,y) = 100,, neumann boundary: U_y(x,0)=0, U_y(x,100) = 0.
Find the...
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It's weekend and I'm struggling with my numerical solution of a 1+1 wave equation.
Now, since I'm eventually going to simulate a black hole ( :D ) I need a one-side open grid - using advection equation as my boundary condition on the end of my...
Hi guys, I am trying to implement Analogue FDM on top of my single carrier modulation (eg: QAM and QPSK) of Multi carrier modulation (eg: OFDM). For an example, I have two different pair of I and Q channels, where first pair is upconverted at 2.2 GHz and the next pair at say 2.7 GHz and them MUX...
Hi guys, I'm currently generating OFDM signal and send it to DAC and then upconvert them to 1 GHz carrier signal.
I want to multiplex several of them, like say I upconvert them to 1 GHz, 800 MHz, 1.2 GHz, which represents 3 different signals, then multiplex them together using FDM, is it...
Homework Statement
Use finite difference central method to approximate the second-order Ordinary Differential Equation U''(x) = e^x over domain [0, 1]
where:
u(1) = 0 (Dirichlet Bound)
U'(0) = 0 (Neumann Bound)
Homework Equations
let 'h' be the change in x direction
The Attempt...
Now I need to solve a transient problem involving both conduction and convection.
Homework Statement
In this problem there's a thin plate being heated by two constant-temperature sources. One small source is in contact with part of the plate. Another one is separated with the plate by air...