Many topics of this blog have a complementary Matlab code which helps the reader to understand the concepts better. In this post, quick access to all Matlab codes which are presented in this blog is possible via the following links:

ID | Topic | Code Link |
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Elem. a | Linear Algebraic Systems | LinearAlgebraicSystems.m |

Elem. b | 1D Discrete Data analysis | 1D_Discrete_Data.tar.gz |

Elem. i | Integration: quadrature formulae | 1D_Quadrature_Formulae.tar.gz |

Elem. j | Runge-Kutta method | 2ndto4thOrd_Runge-Kutta_Method.tar.gz |

Elem. k | Newton's method (1-D, 2-D, and 3-D) | 1to3D_Newton-Raphson_Method.tar.gz |

Basic. a | 1-D Linear ODEs of 1st order | 1st_Order_Eq.tar.gz |

Basic. a | 1-D Linear ODEs of 2nd order | 2nd_Order_Eq.tar.gz |

Basic. b | 1-D time dependent Parabolic differential equations | 1D_Diffusion_Equation.tar.gz |

Basic. b-3 | 1-Dimensional, transient heat conduction | FTCS.m |

Basic. d-1 | Blasius boundary layer | BlasiusBoundaryLayer.m |

Basic. d-2 | 1-Dimensional, steady Burgers' equation | Burgers1D_SteadyViscous.m |

Basic. d-3 | 1-D, unsteady, viscous Burgers' equation | 1D_Burgers_Unsteady_Viscous.tar.gz |

Basic. d-4 | 1-D, unsteady, inviscid Burgers' equation | 1D_Burgers_Unsteady_Inviscid.tar.gz |

Basic. d-5 | 2-D, steady, Kovasznay flow | Kovasznay_Cartesian.m |

Basic. e-1 | 1-Dimensional, incompressible fluid through a nozzle | 1D_Nozzle_Incomp.rar |

Basic. e-2 | 1-Dimensional, compressible fluid through a converging nozzle | 1D_Nozzle_ConvCompr.tar.gz |

Basic. e-3 | Multiphase flow through a converging nozzle | 1D_Nozzle_ConvMultiphase.tar.gz |

Basic. e-4 | Normal shock waves | 1D_NormalShockWaves.tar.gz |

Interm. a-1 | Steady Burgers' equation exact solution, 2-Dimensional | Cartesian_2D_BURGER_Exact.m |

Interm. a-2 | Burgers' equation: numerical solution - Dirichlet boundary conditions | Cartesian_2D_BURGER_Exact_Numeric.m |

Interm. a-3 | Burgers' equation: Neumann + Dirichlet boundary conditions | Cartesian_BURGER_Neumann_right.m |

Interm. b | 2-D Poisson's equation | Poisson_2D.m |

Interm. c | 2-D Helmholtz equation | 2D_Helmholtz_Equation.tar.gz |

Interm. d-1 | Lid-driven cavity unsteady solution - stream function-vorticity formulation | Unsteady_2DLidDrivenCavity.m |

Adv. a | Laval Nozzle, Matlab codes and OpenFOAM setup | Appendix_B.pdf |

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