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MECH5510: Computational and Experimental Methods: Computational Assignment 2 This document contains a description of the second computational assignment which is worth 25% of the overall mark for the module. The assignment is marked out of 100. Your assignment should be submitted on the VLE by 12 noon, Monday 12th January 2015. Please keep your submissions as brief as possible by simply supplying the information, programs and results specified below. You will not be awarded extra marks for irrelevant information. You are free to use and modify the sample programs you have been given during the course. a) The Steady-State Heat Diffusion Equation (40 marks) Consider steady state heat diffusion in the following domain: The boundary conditions for this problem are: ? T ?0 for x ? 0, 0? y?1 ? T ?0 for y ? 0, 0 ? x ? 2 ? T ? x for y ?1, 0? x?2 ? ? ? 2, 0? ?1 ? ? y for x y xT Consider the following Finite Difference mesh with N=4 internal nodes in the vertical direction and a total of 10 nodes (including at x=2) in the horizontal direction. In all cases you will consider here, you will use the same uniform grid spacing in the x and y directions. This means that if N is the number of internal nodes in the vertical direction then the number of nodes in the horizontal direction is 2(N+1). In the example shown below this leads to a grid spacing ???x??y?0.2 The node numbering scheme to be used is shown above where i T indicates the unknown temperature at node i. As in the relevant section of the notes, you will need to introduce “ghost” nodes outside the domain in order to apply the Finite Difference form of the heat diffusion equation 0 2 2 2 2 ? ?? ? ?? yT xT at the boundary nodes 10 T , 20 T , 30 T and 40 T and a second order, central difference approximation to the boundary condition y xT ? ? ? at x=2 in order to eliminate the ghost nodes from the Finite Difference equations. Write a Matlab M-code program which solves the Finite Difference equations for the unknown…

MECH5510: Computational and Experimental Methods: Computational Assignment 2 This document contains a description of the second computational assignment which is worth 25% of the overall mark for the module. The assignment is marked out of 100. Your assignment should be submitted on the VLE by 12 noon, Monday 12th January 2015. Please keep your submissions as brief as possible by simply supplying the information, programs and results specified below. You will not be awarded extra marks for irrelevant information. You are free to use and modify the sample programs you have been given during the course. a) The Steady-State Heat Diffusion Equation (40 marks) Consider steady state heat diffusion in the following domain: The boundary conditions for this problem are: ? T ?0 for x ? 0, 0? y?1 ? T ?0 for y ? 0, 0 ? x ? 2 ? T ? x for y ?1, 0? x?2 ? ? ? 2, 0? ?1 ? ? y for x y xT Consider the following Finite Difference mesh with N=4 internal nodes in the vertical direction and a total of 10 nodes (including at x=2) in the horizontal direction. In all cases you will consider here, you will use the same uniform grid spacing in the x and y directions. This means that if N is the number of internal nodes in the vertical direction then the number of nodes in the horizontal direction is 2(N+1). In the example shown below this leads to a grid spacing ???x??y?0.2 The node numbering scheme to be used is shown above where i T indicates the unknown temperature at node i. As in the relevant section of the notes, you will need to introduce “ghost” nodes outside the domain in order to apply the Finite Difference form of the heat diffusion equation 0 2 2 2 2 ? ?? ? ?? yT xT at the boundary nodes 10 T , 20 T , 30 T and 40 T and a second order, central difference approximation to the boundary condition y xT ? ? ? at x=2 in order to eliminate the ghost nodes from the Finite Difference equations. Write a Matlab M-code program which solves the Finite Difference equations for the unknown…