Thursday, January 15, 2015

MATLAB Codes Bank


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
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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  2. respected sir
    i am sridhar W, new researcher,
    pl help me in writing matlab code for keller box method.
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  4. kindly help me to incroperate the skin friction coefficient for lid driven cavity in matlab 3

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