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Shooting Method for Boundary Value Problem Solving

Boundary Value Problem Solving method

Shooting
method Continuous Method
Compare
matlab bvp4c, bvp5c

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Example

function F = dEqs(t,y) % Differential equations.

F = zeros(4,1);
F(1) = y(3)^2;
F(2) = sqrt(y(4))-y(1);
F(3) = y(2)+y(1);
f(4) = y(1)-y(3);
Initial Con

function y = inCond(u) % Initial conditions; u(1)

y = [1 1 u(1) u(2)]; % and u(2) are unknowns.
Initial condition ODE Integrate
the system of nonlinear
equations

function r = residual(u) % Bounday residuals.

global XSTART XSTOP
r = zeros(length(u),1);
x = XSTART;
[xSol,ySol] = ode45(@dEqs,[x XSTOP],inCond(u));
[m,n] = size(ySol);
r(1) = ySol(m,1)-2;
r(2) = ySol(m,2)-3;

function u(1) and u(2)

equations က r(1) and r(2)

two unknowns and two equations

solving the system of
nonlinear equations solving system of nonlinear
equations F(x)=0
Matlab fsolve
function fsolve
built-in trust region method ပ။ built-in
algorithm
options Gauss-newton or Levenberg-Marquardt
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root finding
newton-raphson method newton-raphson
method
Newton-rapson method matlab

function root = newtonRaphson2(func,x,tol)

% Newton-Raphson method of finding a root of simultaneous
% equations fi(x1,x2,...,xn) = 0, i = 1,2,...,n.
% USAGE: root = newtonRaphson2(func,x,tol)
% INPUT:
% func = handle of function that returns[f1,f2,...,fn].
% x = starting solution vector [x1,x2,...,xn].
% tol = error tolerance (default is 1.0e4*eps).
% OUTPUT:
% root = solution vector.
if nargin == 2; tol = 1.0e4*eps; end
if size(x,1) == 1; x = x'; end % x must be column vector
for i = 1:150
[jac,f0] = jacobian(func,x);
if sqrt(dot(f0,f0)/length(x)) < tol
root = x; return
end
dx = jac\(-f0);
%dx=-1e-3;
x = x + dx;
if sqrt(dot(dx,dx)/length(x)) < tol*max(abs(x),1.0)
root = x; return
end
end
error('Too many iterations')

function [jac,f0] = jacobian(func,x)

% Returns the Jacobian matrix and f(x).
h = 1.0e-4;
n = length(x);
jac = zeros(n);
f0 = feval(func,x)
for i =1:n
temp = x(i);
x(i) = temp + h;
f1 = feval(func,x);
x(i) = temp;
jac(:,i) = (f1 - f0)/h;
end

newton-raphson jacobian function finite difference

method
.. Newton-raphson function
two
unknowns two equations function

function shoot4nl
% Shooting method for nonlinear 4th-order boundary
% value problem in Example.
global XSTART XSTOP % Make these params. global.
XSTART = 0; XSTOP = 1; % Range of integration.
u = [-1 1]; % Trial values of u(1)
% and u(2).
x = XSTART;
u = newtonRaphson2(@residual,u)

function run y3 and y4 initial value

u=
-1.3777
11.4519

y3 and y4
Boundary Value Problem

[xSol,ySol] = ode45(@dEqs,[x XSTOP],inCond(u));

y1=ySol(:,1);
y2=ySol(:,2);
plot(xSol,y1)
grid on
figure
plot(xSol,y2)

Fig(1) change of y1

ႈႈ
ႈႈ
fig(2).change of y2
fig(1) and fig(2)
Newton-raphson method matlab က fsolve
function
u
u=
-1.2250 11.0197
y3 and y4 initial ODE integrate

Fig(3).change of y1

Fig(4).change of y4

fig(3) and fig(4)

solving system of nonlinear equations
system of nonlinear equations

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problem
method
matlab fsolve

strong
convergence
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convergence

initial sensitive Problem

post
က continuous method convergence
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