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streamline in Matlab, which numerical integration scheme ?

Subject: streamline in Matlab, which numerical integration scheme ?

From: Raphael

Date: 17 Sep, 2009 07:48:03

Message: 1 of 3

Hi,

Does anyone know what integration scheme does Matlab uses to compute the streamlines (stream2, stream3,....) ? as I don't know how to see the core files (written in C ? )
Is it Runge Kutta ? If yes, which order ? or other method ?

Thanks for your help

Subject: streamline in Matlab, which numerical integration scheme ?

From: Raphael Attie

Date: 8 Oct, 2009 14:47:01

Message: 2 of 3

Still no idea on this question ?

Thanks again

Subject: streamline in Matlab, which numerical integration scheme ?

From: Thomas Clark

Date: 8 Oct, 2009 15:42:01

Message: 3 of 3

Raphael,

I'm sure I heard somewhere that it's a 4th order RK scheme.

If you have to know for certain, submit a technical support request, or click the 'give feedback about this document' tab on the stream3 help page, the Mathworks will probably get back to you quite quickly... I've always found them to be very helpful.

Tom Clark




"Raphael Attie" <attie@mps.mpg.de> wrote in message <haku15$fn3$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> Still no idea on this question ?
>
> Thanks again

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