What is Shooting method: Definition and 21 Discussions
In numerical analysis, the shooting method is a method for solving a boundary value problem by reducing it to an initial value problem. It involves finding solutions to the initial value problem for different initial conditions until one finds the solution that also satisfies the boundary conditions of the boundary value problem. In layman's terms, one "shoots" out trajectories in different directions from one boundary until one finds the trajectory that "hits" the other boundary condition. The following exposition may be clarified by this illustration of the shooting method.
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i was trying to use this shooting algorithm from Xue and Chen Scientific Computing with MATLAB book :
to solve this non linear temperature distribution problem :
i checked my Matlab function multiple times but i am keep getting a nonsense graph for the temperature , can someone cheak...
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i was trying to solve this non linear ode using the shooting algorithm in Matlab :
i am not sure how to solve it using the normal shooting algorithm i have , since no other boundary at x = L/2 was given to check the shooting ?!
function dTdx = bar_temp(x,y)
k = 72;
h = 2000;
epsilon =...
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I need to compute a C++ program for solve Schrodinger equation and calculate nuclear density.
My nucleus is made up of only neutrons immersed in a potential of a harmonic oscillator.
Schrodinger equation is:
$$[-\frac{\hbar^2}{2m}\triangledown^2+V_{HO}(r)]\psi=E\psi$$
with...
I'm currently trying to solve the following two-point boundary problem by means of the shooting method:
To clarify, I'm investigating the optimal route of aerial/marine vehicles from one point to another point, considering a flow field.
* The starting and ending locations are set as x0, y0...
Hello! I am trying to write a program that solves the Schrodinger Equation for a particle in an infinite square well. I did a lot of research regarding the methods that could be used to accomplish this. I am writing this program in Matlab. The method I am using is called the Shooting Method. In...
I am trying to solve the differential equation
##\frac{d^{2}y}{dr^2}+(\frac{1}{r}+1)y=0##
with the boundary conditions
##y(r) \rightarrow r \frac{dy}{dr}(0)## as ##r \rightarrow 0## and ##y(r) \rightarrow \sin(kr+\delta)## as ##r \rightarrow \infty##.
I know that the shooting method is the...
Homework Statement
I have been trying to solve the following nonlinear ordinary differential equation:
##-\Phi''-\frac{3}{r}\Phi'+\Phi-\frac{3}{2}\Phi^{2}+\frac{\alpha}{2}\Phi^{3}=0##
with boundary conditions ##\Phi'(0)=0,\Phi(\infty)=0.##Homework Equations
My solution is supposed to...
Hello, can anyone give me the general instructions of solving shooting method problem:
dy1/dx=-y1^2*y2
dy2/dx=y1*y2^2
with the boundary conditions: y1(0)=1, y2(1)=2
Hi, I am trying to solve the following ODE for my maths project:
## y'' = \frac{\alpha}{2}y^3 - \frac{3}{2}y^2 + y - \frac{3}{x} y'##
under the following boundary conditions:
## y'(0) = 0 ##
## y(x) \rightarrow y \_ \equiv 0\ \text{as}\ x \rightarrow \infty ##
As a first step, I converted...
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I'm trying to write a bit of Matlab to solve the Blasius Equation f*f'' + f''' = 0, where at eta = 0, f' = 0, and at eta = infinity, f' = 1.
What I have so far is below...I'm a bit rusty. Two specific questions:
1. I'm trying to drive y2 to the b.c. of 1, however my loop...
shooting method for non-linear equation(urgent)
Homework Statement
for shooting method , in non-linear equation, we're find
$$t_{k}=t_{k-1}-\frac{[y(b,t_{k-1})-β](t_{k-1}-t_{k-2})}{y(b,t_{k-1})-y(b,t_{k-2})}$$
but how can we find the $$y(b,t_{k})$$ ?
I am suppose to use Euler method for...
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I'm looking to solve the following system of equations with boundary conditions using the shooting method in MATLAB:
F''=F^2-G^2+F'H
G''=2FG+G'H
H'=-2F
along with the conditions F(0)=0, G(0)=1, H(0)=0, F(infinity)=0, G(infinity)=0.
I've found the solution using the...
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I was wondering if you can apply shooting method to a 4nd differential eq.
two point value boundary problem,
specifically I want to use this method to solve Euler-Bernoulli eq.
EI y(4)(x)=f(x), y(0)=0,y'(0)=0,y(L)=0,y'(L)=0.
Normally, if you have a 2nd order two point value...
I'm trying to solve a set of differential equations that all depend on a parameter, κ. I can use the system of ODEs to reduce the four equations into one second order differential equation, for y[x;κ]. I've seen certain tricks to solving equations such as d^2y/dx^2 = κ y[x].But I can not put my...
Homework Statement
y"+xy'=cos(2x), y(0)=1, y'(5)+2y(5)=10
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I am trying to solve this using matlab. I split the 2nd order d.e. into 2 first order d.e.'s. I set y1=y, and y2= dy/dx. Thus dy1/dx=y2 and dy2/dx= cos(2x)-x*y2. Then dy/dt=...
I need help to solve this coursework:
MATLAB PROGRAMMING COURSEWORK
OBJECTIVES:
Learn to solve engineering problems using MATLAB
Write Euler and Runge-Kutta initial-value ODE solvers
Write a Shooting Method boundary-value ODE solver
Investigate the properties of the solvers
...
I am considering a second order ODE of the form y''(x) + f(x) y(x) = 0, with boundary conditions that y(x) = 0 at plus/minus infinity. Note that f(x) is complex for my case.
It seems that the standard techniques for numerically solving this problem are (a.) the finite difference method and...
I've done searching on the topic, and I really don't know where else to turn, so here it goes. I hope somebody can point me in the right direction.
I've been working on using a shooting method to solve the steady-state spherically symmetric fluid equations for an accreting plasma. Basically, it...
Homework Statement
y''-by'=f(x)
I have to "derive and submit the appropriate initial value problems (with initial conditions) for u(x) and v(x). Show me all 4 equations and initial conditions... "
and I know you get u(x) and v(x) by solving ivp's for the original equation, one...
I have an assignment which requires using the shooting method, but the problem is, I've read numerous things on the internet about exactly how the shooting method works, and I still don't understand it. I was hoping that someone would be kind enough to explain to me the fundamentals of how it works.
dy/dt = ky, where k is a constant.
y|t=0 = 1; y|t=10 = 4
I need to approximate k using the shooting method and Euler's method... please help.. :)
wat's the procedure to approximate k using the shooting method :confused: