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Essentials of Computational Physics. Part 1: An introduction to finite-difference methods

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Essentials of Computational Physics. Part 1: An introduction to finite-difference methods

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Designed for graduate students in physics and engineering, this package covers a variety of finite-difference techniques that are applied to solving PDEs. The following topics are included: heat transfer, acoustics, gasdynamics, stationary equations and motion of viscous incompressible fluid.

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Essentials Of Computational Physics. Part 1: An Introduction To Finite Difference Methods inspired this file.

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MATLAB release MATLAB 6.0 (R12)
Other requirements Windows 98/2000/XP MATLAB R12,13,14
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Comments and Ratings (8)
19 Jun 2013 Deepak Ramaswamy

For additional resources on how MATLAB and Symbolic Math Toolbox can help with Teaching Physics see
http://www.mathworks.com/discovery/teaching-physics.html

06 Sep 2008 Bernardo Aflalo

A very good set of programs to better understand the math and physics of wave, heat and fluid problems.

30 Jan 2008 Hanefa alqasmi  
31 Jul 2007 aa aa  
20 Mar 2007 Xia Huang

Sounds intresting I will try it

14 Nov 2006 Rasmus Just

When I try to run any example I get an error message stating:

??? Invalid MEX-file 'C:\Test\poisson_2d_td.dll': The specified module could not be found.

And Thats when I place all the files for the example in the same directory as the dll's
What's wrong???

23 Jun 2006 Michael Froehner

The mex-Files (dll) don't work for Windows XP and the Matlab R14 version.

28 Mar 2006 Noorahmat Pudyastomo  

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