How can I program the code for solving PDE equation using finite difference method?

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Hi, I am trying to solve a PDE governing equation using finite differenc method and I am having trouble to set up the programming code for this equation together with the initial and boundary condition. I tried to do the programming code, but it always show 'Unable to perform assignment because the size of the left side is 1-by-1 and the size of the right side is 1-by-300'. The equation is dudt= A0+A1*cos(omega*t) +Beta1* [d2udr2+1/r(dudr)], initial condition is u(r,0) = 0, and boundary condition is u(1,t) = 0, t>0.
Nur Nadhirah Syed Malik
Nur Nadhirah Syed Malik on 27 Dec 2021
%Parameters to define the governing casson fluid equation and the
%parameters value range
L = 1; % Length of the artery
maxk= 2500; % Number of time steps
beta1 = 0.025; % Beta parameter
delta_t = 0.0001; % Time step
delta_r = 0.025; % Radial direction
A0 =0.2; % Amplitude of systolic pressure gradient
A1 =0.4; % Amplitude of diastolic pressure gradient
n = 50; % Number of space steps
du = L/n;
r = 1; %Radius of artery
omega = pi/4;
%Initial conditions of velocity
for i = 1:n+1
u(i) =(i-1)*du;
u(r,1)= 0; % 0<=r<=1
% Boundary conditions
for k=1:maxk+1
u(1,k) = 1.;
% Implementation of the explicit
for k=1:maxk % Time Loop
for i=2:n % Space Loop
u(i,k+1) = u(i,k)+ delta_t*(A0 +A1*cos(omega*t)+beta1*((u(i+1,k)-2*u(i,k) + u(i-1,k))/(delta_r)^2 + 1/r *(u(i+1,k)-u(i-1,k))/(2*delta_r)));
% Graphical representation of the velocity at different selected times
tittle('velocity within explicit method')

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Answers (1)

Rishabh Singh
Rishabh Singh on 9 Jan 2022
In the line below,
u(i,k+1) = u(i,k)+ delta_t*(A0 +A1*cos(omega*t)+beta1*((u(i+1,k)-2*u(i,k) + u(i-1,k))/(delta_r)^2 + 1/r *(u(i+1,k)-u(i-1,k))/(2*delta_r)));
make sure to replace 't' with 'k'. Also the code which you have provided does not produce the error as mentioned by you. Also can you provide more information regarding the variable which you are trying to plot. Is it velocity vs time or something else?




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