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Due Date: February 16, 2011

Use an iterative technique to solve the nonlinear equation u3 -u4 = -11. Show your derivation

of the linearized equation as well as the results for your iterations with four initial guesses. There

are two solutions. Indicate how your initial guess affects the final solution.

Assume that you know the values of u(x) at four gridpoints (ui, ui+1, ui+2, and ui+3), where ui is

at x = xi, ui+1 is at x = xi+Δx, ui+2 is at x = xi+2Δx, and ui+3 is at x = xi+3Δx.

(a) Write ui+1, ui+2, and ui+3 as Taylor expansions of u around xi.

(b) Combine and rearrange these equations to give an expression for in terms of ui, ui+1, ui+2,

and ui+3.

(c) Show that this approximation is first-order, i.e., show that the truncation error is O(Δx).

For one-dimensional flow of fluid between two plates oriented normal to the y axis, the

Navier–Stokes equations simplify to

0 1

For simplicity, consider 1 (corresponding to flow from left to right) and μ = 1. Assume

that the plates are located at y = 1 and y = -1, at which we apply the boundary condition that u =

0.

(a) Solve this equation analytically by treating as a constant and integrating the term.

(b) Solve this equation numerically on 5-point and 9-point grids by applying the finite-difference

method to this equation to get a linearized difference equation at grid point i away from the

boundary. Note that a second-order difference approximation for the second-derivative is

2

∆ 2

∆

i. Assemble the discrete system of equations for the grid into a matrix system of the form

1

Contributions by B. Kirby, R. Bhaskaran, and S. Santana.

4

and solve this system using MATLAB. You may solve this system using direct inversion of the

matrix, or using an iterative technique. If you use an iterative technique, use u = 0 for your initial

guess.

ii. Plot the finite-difference solution obtained on the 5- and 9-point grids and compare it with the

exact solution. Plot u on the abscissa and y on the ordinate.

0 .4 5

On the same domain, with same and same μ and same boundary conditions and same grids. In

this case, the nonlinear term will require that you use an iterative technique. Use u = 0 for your

initial guess. Physically, the -0.4u2 term corresponds to a retardation body force per unit volume

proportional to the kinetic energy per unit volume of the fluid. This is not common with normal

fluids, but can be observed with exotic fluids like ferrofluids that respond to magnetic fields.

This solution does not allow for trivially simple integration like the first equation, but a

numerical solution is still possible. Solve the equation, plot the results and residual, and compare

to the solution without the retardation force. What is the effect of the retardation on the velocity

profile?

Why does the solution without the retardation force give zero residual after one iteration while

the solution with the retardation force has a finite residual? (Stated another way, why is only one

matrix inversion required to solve the first problem?) Also, what does this exercise show you

about the relative merits of analytical solution of the differential equations vs. numerical solution

of the differential equations?

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