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This class is math class about numerical analysis in deferential equation. Solving the homework question I post and there may have some graphing using Matlab or other coding language but it is simple. I will give you a c++ code and you will revise the formula in the code to generate the answer ( you don't need to code your self but revise the formula)

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DATE: MAT128C, homework set #2. DUE: April 30, 2020 May 10, 2020 at 11:59pm NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION 1.1. For the problem in HW1 implement the adaptive time step control to the c = 21 RK2 method such that the global error on y N at tN = 100 is |y N − y(tN )| < 10−5 for η = 1.1. Validate that the result has the quality you expect. Give the smallest time step used by method, and count the number of time steps you take, as well as the number of time steps you reject in the procedure. You should set a maximum allowable time step; e.g., ∆t ≤ 0.1. Attached sample code is a very primitive solution to a velocity explicit Størmer-Verlet method applied to a simple, normalized second order differential equation. Please review, follow the instructions, and see that it works. The code, as written, solves ÿ = −κ sin y − αẏ + η y(0) = 0.4 ẏ(0) = 0.4 (1) where κ = 1, α = 0.02 (unless otherwise stated), and η = 0.5 (unless otherwise stated). The time interval is 0 ≤ t ≤ 100 with n dt = 100, 000 time steps (unless otherwise stated). Output of the function y n as a function of tn is in the code-generated file ”Dat” as columns two and three. 2.0. A large area Josephson junction in superconducting electronics can be described by the following equation h̄ dϕ h̄C d2 ϕ + = I − Ic sin ϕ 2 2e dt 2eR dt where h̄ = h/2π, h being Planck’s constant, e is the proton charge, and R is the Ohmic resistance of the junction (R = 50Ω), and C = 5 × 10−14 F is the capacitor of the overlap between the superconductors defining the junction. The critical supercurrent of the junction is Ic = 1µA, and the applied current through the system is h̄ dϕ , where ϕ is the quantum mechanical I. The voltage across the junction is V = 2e dt phase difference between the two superconductors defining the junction. Normalize this equation to put it in the form of (1) above (with κ = 1), and determine the normalized friction coefficient α as well as the characteristic time scale τ0 . 2.1. Validate numerically the stability range for the (linearized, homogeneous) problem with α = 0 by simulating the system in the a) stable and reasonable regime, and the unstable regime. Show representative plots (generated with MatLab, gnuplot, or something else reasonable) to visualize your results. 2.2. For the same problem as in 2.1, revise the code to use an Euler method. Validate that you see the inherent instability for the harmonic oscillator. 2.3 For the linear, homogeneous problem with α = 0, validate for the Størmer-Verlet method that the numerical frequency ΩV increases with ∆t as expected from the theory. c 2020 | N IELS G RØNBECH -J ENSEN | U NIVERSITY OF C ALIFORNIA | D AVIS , C ALIFORNIA 95616 COPYRIGHT: NIELS GRONBECH-JENSEN, UC DAVIS, 2018 NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION 2.4. Conduct a simulation of the full nonlinear, inhomogeneous problem with α = 0.05. Revise the code to use the leap-frog and the Størmer versions of the method, and validate that y n is identical between the methods for a given reasonable time step ∆t within the stability limit. c 2020 | N IELS G RØNBECH -J ENSEN | U NIVERSITY OF C ALIFORNIA | D AVIS , C ALIFORNIA 95616 COPYRIGHT: NIELS GRONBECH-JENSEN, UC DAVIS, 2018 ... Student has agreed that all tutoring, explanations, and answers provided by the tutor will be used to help in the learning process and in accordance with Studypool's honor code & terms of service. This question has not been answered.

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