Numerical Methods By K Das Pdf
Numerical Methods: Theoretical and Practical is a complete text on the usage of numerical methods to solve popular problems of mathematics. The book presents detailed explanations of the principles of numerical analysis and problem solving. It also helps readers understand topics such as the calculus of finite differences, interpolation, numerical solution of differential equations and ordinary differential equations. The book also blends the theory with some examples in MATLAB and C, providing students with real world examples that will help them during their hunt for a job. The book is inline with the syllabus prescribed by the West Bengal University of Technology.
Numerical Methods By K Das Pdf
\r \tNumerical Methods: Theoretical and Practical is a complete text on the usage of numerical methods to solve popular problems of mathematics. The book presents detailed explanations of the principles of numerical analysis and problem solving. It also helps readers understand topics such as the calculus of finite differences, interpolation, numerical solution of differential equations and ordinary differential equations. The book also blends the theory with some examples in MATLAB and C, providing students with real world examples that will help them during their hunt for a job. The book is inline with the syllabus prescribed by the West Bengal University of Technology.
Water surface profile prediction is an important task in flood risk management in the urban area. In the present research, based on the principle of the momentum balance a numerical method is investigated to predict the water surface elevations in compound channels with converging floodplains. Experimental data series are collected from literature on converging compound channels for different geometry and flow conditions to test the present model. The developed method requires the percentage of flow in the main channel. To deal with it, various existing flow distributions model is used in the developed numerical method to estimate the water surface elevation. The flow distribution model which provides less error in water surface profile computation for converging part of the compound channel is selected. Finite difference method is used to solve the numerical model using MATLAB tool. The results obtained from the simulation show a good agreement with the experimental datasets. Statistical error analysis has been performed to verify the strength of the present model and the other prevailing water surface profile models. The present model found to provide the minimum error in terms of mean absolute error, mean absolute percentage error and root mean square error.
Partial differential equations (PDEs) have become a useful tool for describing the natural phenomena of science and engineering models. Nowadays, the most of the phenomena that arise in mathematical physics and engineering fields can be described by PDEs. Many engineering applications are simulated mathematically as PDEs with initial and boundary conditions. Most physical phenomena of fluid dynamics, quantum mechanics, electricity, and many other models are controlled within their domain of validity by PDEs. Therefore, it becomes increasingly important to be familiar with all traditional and recently developed methods for solving PDEs and the implementations of these methods.
This special issue is intended to present recent trends and advances of analytical and numerical methods for the solutions of partial differential equations and integral equations arising in physical models. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Maternal undernutrition contributes to 800,000 neonatal deaths annually through small for gestational age births; stunting, wasting, and micronutrient deficiencies are estimated to underlie nearly 31 million child deaths annually. Progress has been made with many interventions implemented at scale and the evidence for effectiveness of nutrition interventions and delivery strategies has grown since The Lancet Series on Maternal and Child Undernutrition in 2008. We did a comprehensive update of interventions to address undernutrition and micronutrient deficiencies in women and children and used standard methods to assess emerging new evidence for delivery platforms. We modelled the effect on lives saved and cost of these interventions in the 34 countries that have 90% of the world's children with stunted growth. We also examined the effect of various delivery platforms and delivery options using community health workers to engage poor populations and promote behaviour change, access and uptake of interventions. Our analysis suggests the current total of deaths in children younger than 5 years can be reduced by 15% if populations can access ten evidence-based nutrition interventions at 90% coverage. Additionally, access to and uptake of iodised salt can alleviate iodine deficiency and improve health outcomes. Accelerated gains are possible and about a fifth of the existing burden of stunting can be averted using these approaches, if access is improved in this way. The estimated total additional annual cost involved for scaling up access to these ten direct nutrition interventions in the 34 focus countries is Int$96 billion per year. Continued investments in nutrition-specific interventions to avert maternal and child undernutrition and micronutrient deficiencies through community engagement and delivery strategies that can reach poor segments of the population at greatest risk can make a great difference. If this improved access is linked to nutrition-sensitive approaches--ie, women's empowerment, agriculture, food systems, education, employment, social protection, and safety nets--they can greatly accelerate progress in countries with the highest burden of maternal and child undernutrition and mortality.
Since the founding of Itasca in 1981, eleven Itasca software symposia have been held in nine countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Peru, Spain and the USA. The purpose of these symposia is to provide a venue for Itasca software users to meet, discuss and share their work performing applied numerical analysis and research with Itasca software.
105 papers have been selected for this symposium, entitled the 5th International Itasca Symposium on Applied Numerical Modeling, held on February 18-20, 2020 in Vienna, Austria. The papers are organized in areas of engineering applications including mining, underground construction, slope stability, hydraulic fracturing, nuclear waste disposal, and masonry structures. Several special topics are also covered: material behavior, constitutive models, coupled processes, damage mechanics, and numerical methods. Papers are presented on nine different software programs from authors in 28 different countries.
Investigation of the effect of critical parameters affecting caveability using numerical modelling K. Suzuki Morales, F. Suorineni, B. Hebblewhite & J. Oh11-03 Presentation PDF PPSX
Using rigid block/FLAC3D coupling in mine-scale simulationsM.D. Purvance & T. Garza-Cruz11-04 Presentation PDF PPSXIntegrating laser scanning with Discrete Element Modeling for improving safety in underground stone minesJ.J. Monsalve, A. Soni J. Hazzard & N. Ripepi11-05 Presentation PDF PPSXDetermination of stoping methodology for mining secondary stopes by FLAC3DB.N.V.S. Prasad, S.R. Naik, B.H.V. Sekar & R. Bhusan11-06 Presentation PDF PPSXA numerical modeling approach for estimating the rock mass post-peak deformation modulus near a mine driftN. Bahrani & J. Hadjigeorgiou11-07
A numerical study of a pin foundation on hard, rocky seabedE. Nicolini, F. Dedecker & R. Coquet16-01 Presentation PDF PPSXFLAC3D modelling of rock support archesD. Saiang & A. Nyström16-02 Presentation PDF PPSXVerification of pile modeling technique in FLAC3DA. Maheetharan & A. Jaen-Toribio16-03 Presentation PDF PPSXApplication of temporal and spatial characteristics of shotcrete mechanics in Middle East pumping storage projectQ. Xu, J. Wu, W. Chu, A. Cao & J. Liu16-04 Presentation PDF PPSXFLAC3D modeling of geocell reinforced foundation bedsA. Hegde & H. Venkateswarlu16-05 Presentation PDF PPSX
Simulating spalling with a flat-jointed materialD. Potyondy & D. Mas Ivars03-01 Presentation PDF PPSXDEM modeling of high strain rate wellbore fracturing via high pressure pulsed gas combustionJ. Hinkey, T. Elder & J. Andersen03-02 Presentation PDF PPSXThree-dimensional numerical simulation of drilling-induced core damage using bonded block modelN. Bahrani & B. Valley03-03 Application of PFC3D to study railroad ballast breakage response under train loadingB. Dahal, D. Mishra & D. Potyondy03-04 Presentation PDF PPSXUsing machine learning, experimental observations, and numerical modeling to better understand the crushed zone in rock blastingJ.K. Furtney, D. Blanksma & I.A. Onederra03-05 Presentation PDF PPSX
The International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow (HFF) publishes peer-reviewed papers that explain how fundamental insights are gained in heat and fluid flow physics using computational methods supported by analytical and experimental research.
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