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Bairstow(a)
Computes roots of polynomial

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HowarthsTransformation(varargin)
HowarthsTransformation.m file solves HowarthsTransformation of boundary layer problem .

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how to create classes in matlab
How to create classes of special data type, overload operators for them and use them in further calculations

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PartSwamOpt(fun, funCInEq, funCEq, lb, ub, penalty, popsize, maxiter, maxrun)
Function for searching for minimizer of a function

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LinProg(f, AInEq, bInEq, AEq, bEq, debug)
Solves Linear Programming poblem

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boundarylayerblasius
This is a small m file intended to solve students how to solve boundary layer problem with matlab

Is there any concept like dictionary or hash talbes in matlab like in Python?
Yes. c = containers.Map c('foo') = 1 c(' not a var name ') = 2 keys(c) values(c)

casi 4 años ago | 14

How to solve a second order linear differential equation with a heaviside function
Since its a second order differential equation, there is no need for y''(0) and since you want to solve numerically, you can ...

casi 4 años ago | 0

why my iteration prog doesn't work ?
increase your number of iteration, you will meet the tolerance target

casi 4 años ago | 0

How to find input data that best matches given output data
I guess this is what you wanted fs/2 = 5e11 length(x) = 958576 freq = transpose([10.7 11.213 11.725 12...

casi 4 años ago | 0

How to write and solve system of differential equations?
This is a pde. To solve this problem, I suggest you use method of lines. Discretize the equation in space. let the solution at e...

casi 4 años ago | 1

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Numerical Laplace Transform
Often times, we are faced with the need to compute the laplace ransfrom of complex function.

Remove the discontinuity from tan(x) where odd multiples of pi/2
x=linspace(-2*pi,2*pi,200); f=tan(x); f(abs(diff([0 f])) > 15) = NaN;

casi 5 años ago | 0

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Flash Calculations
This file helps you to compute the split in vapour and mole fractions in vapour and liquid

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Darcy–Weisbach friction factor
Darcy–Weisbach friction factor

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Rotate function
The function Rotatefxn3D is a numerical analogy of the Maple rotating function Rotate

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Tube Function
This function is the numerical analogy to the tube function in maple