Homeworks

Philipp Schlatter created page 8 January 2012

Philipp Schlatter edited 8 January 2012


* Homework 1, due 23/1: fHW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1
* Homework 3, due 6/2
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 

Philipp Schlatter edited 8 January 2012


* Homework 1, due 23/1: fHW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1
* Homework 3, due 6/2
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 

Philipp Schlatter edited 8 January 2012


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1
* Homework 3, due 6/2
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 

Philipp Schlatter edited 8 January 2012


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1
* Homework 3, due 6/2
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 



* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 8 January 2012


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1
* Homework 3, due 6/2
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 19 January 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.¶


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1
* Homework 3, due 6/2
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter changed the permissions 23 January 2012

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Philipp Schlatter edited 23 January 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 26 January 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 3 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 3 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 3 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 7 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 7 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (Matlab files: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m)
* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 7 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (Matlab files: 
*
artificial_visc.m
*
boundary_cond.m, dx.m, 
* dx.m
*
flux_function.m
*
mac_cormack.m
*
shocktube.m) (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 10 February 2012

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* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdfMatlab files:
* artificial_visc.m
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 10 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdfMatlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 10 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 16 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 16 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 26 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 26 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_Poisson.m)
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_Poisson.m)
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template:  help_Ppoisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3 


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3 : project.pdf (version 1.05)


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.05)


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-updated.pdf
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-updated.pdf (see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3-.pdf (updated.pdf)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4-.pdf (updated.pdf (, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 29 February 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 1 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf  (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 1 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 2 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (100312) pdf (will be updated)

Philipp Schlatter edited 2 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (1020312) pdf (will be updated)01) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Ardeshir Hanifi edited 2 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf  (modified) (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 3 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (modified) (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf  (version 1.05)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 3 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (modified) (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.056)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 7 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (modified) (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.06)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.mfdaf
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 7 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (modified) (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.06)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* fdafDD_template.m (updated)
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 15 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (modified) (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf (version 1.06)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m (updated)
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 15 March 2012

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 23/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 30/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 6/2: HW3.pdf (updated)
* Homework 4, due 13/2: HW4.pdf (updated, see comment in Disucssions page)Matlab files:
* artificial_visc.m (updated)
* boundary_cond.m
* dx.m
* flux_function.m
* mac_cormack.m (updated)
* shocktube.m (main program)


* Homework 5, due 27/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 5/3: HW6.pdf (modified) (template: help_poisson.m (updated))
 


* Project, due 19/3: project.pdf  (version 1.067)Matlab files:
* SG2212_template.m (main program)
* DD_template.m (updated)
* avg_template.m


* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 14 January 2013

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: 
* Homework 3, due 4/2: 
* Homework 4, due 11/2: 
* Homework 5, due 25/2:
* Homework 6, due 4/3:


* Project, due 18/3: 

* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 17 January 2013

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* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: 
* Homework 4, due 11/2: 
* Homework 5, due 25/2:
* Homework 6, due 4/3:


* Project, due 18/3: 

* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Jerker Chechet removed his/her comment
Teacher commented 26 January 2013

Hi,

I would recommend to evaluate the exact solution at the same grid points as the numerically integrated one. In the end, for 3b you will get 5 plots, one for each number of discretisation points (N=20, 40...). 

Philipp

Philipp Schlatter edited 2 February 2013

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* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2:
* Homework 6, due 4/3:


* Project, due 18/3: 

* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

commented 8 February 2013

I have a question about home work 4 , taks 2 , part b . How should we compute u_l and \rho_l?  Should we compute them analytically or we can use the data from the simulation ? 

Teacher commented 8 February 2013

Hi,

The conditions on both sides of the shock should in principle be taken from the solution. That means that for the left side, you take the computed solutions, as stated in the exercise sheet: "...where rho_l and u_l are the computed states at the left-hand side of the shock." On the right side, the flow is not yet processed by the shock, and thus the conditions are unchanged since the beginning of the simulation. The exercise sheet says: "rho_r and u_r are
measured on the right-hand side of the shock and thus given by the initial conditions.".

Hope this helps,

Philipp

Philipp Schlatter edited 20 February 2013

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* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5.pdf (updated)
* Homework 6, due 4/3:


* Project, due 18/3: 

* Study questions (120301) studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 25 February 2013

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5.pdf (updated)
* Homework 6, due 4/3: HW6.pdf (template: GS_SOR_template.m)


* Project, due 18/3: 

* Study questions (120301): studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 25 February 2013

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5.pdf (updated)
* Homework 6, due 4/3: HW6.pdf (template: GS_SOR_template.m)


* Project, due 18/3: project.pdfMatlab templates: SG2212_template.m, DD_template.m, avg_template.m

* Study questions (120301): studyquestions_2012.pdf 

Philipp Schlatter edited 27 February 2013

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5.pdf (updated)
* Homework 6, due 4/3: HW6.pdf (updated!) (template: GS_SOR_template.m, DD_template.m)


* Project, due 18/3: project.pdfMatlab templates: SG2212_template.m, DD_template.m, avg_template.m

* Study questions (120301): studyquestions_2012.pdf 

commented 27 February 2013

Hi, 

a few questions about what was just changed. 
It was only the boundary eq on page 2 that was added, right?

The code DD_template, is that accually used at HW6, or is only for the project?

// Jerker

Teacher commented 27 February 2013

Hi,

I was about to write what we actually changed...

1) the main change is the ordering of the entries in equations (3) and (4), that is which of the coordinates varies the fastest. We have adapted this homework in such a way that it directly can be used in the project to solve the Poisson equation, and we therefore changed the ordering in the code but unfortunately did not adapt the homework sheet. But as it is now, it should be correct (and consistent with the template).

2) DD_template.m can be used for both HW6 and the project; it provides an easy way to compute the 1D derivative matrices which can then made 2D via the kron operator. I guess this will be explained tomorrow.

hope this helps,
Philipp

Philipp Schlatter edited 1 March 2013

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* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5.pdf (updated)
* Homework 6, due 4/3: HW6.pdf (updated!) (template: GS_SOR_template.m, DD_template.m)


* Project, due 18/3: project.pdf (updated cross references!)Matlab templates: SG2212_template.m, DD_template.m, avg_template.m

* Study questions (120301): studyquestions_2012.pdf 

commented 2 March 2013

Hi,

I have some difficulties with HW6, to implement the methods in the code. 

My problem is that allthough the code converges, it doesn't seem to converge to the solution calculated directly. The valeus are around a factor 2 wrong.

I have search for errors, but can't find any, neither in the direct or iterated function. Have anyone solved this? In that case, should the value P(15Nx+15) (for 30x30) be 0.1083 or 0.0507, or something completely different? So i know where to look for errors...

Teacher commented 2 March 2013

Hi,

the value in the middle of the domain should be 0.0507...

Best regards,

Philipp

commented 2 March 2013

Ok, thank u. Just found that analytically too.. Then the flaw is in the iterative method..

Philipp Schlatter edited 4 March 2013

Submit your homeworks (as PDF) using Bilda. However, questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social.


* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5.pdf (updated)
* Homework 6, due 4/3: HW6.pdf (updated!) (template: GS_SOR_template.m, DD_template.m)


* Project, due 18/3: project.pdf (updated cross references!)Matlab templates: SG2212_template.m, DD_template.m, avg_template.m

* Study questions (12303013):  studyquestions_20123.pdf 

commented 5 March 2013

Hi,

We were dealing with the project and we were wondering whether:

1-If we should hand in individual reports although we work together in a group?

2-Will we lose any points if we do not implement the temperature for the Lid-Driven cavity?

Teacher commented 5 March 2013

Hi,

1) yes, everybody should hand in his own copy, even though it is completely the same. This way we can make sure that each of you has his own copy and comments.

2) no, the temperature is not needed for the credits SG2212.

Philipp

Ardeshir Hanifi edited 6 March 2013

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* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5.pdf (updated)
* Homework 6, due 4/3: HW6.pdf (updated!) (template: GS_SOR_template.m, DD_template.m)


* Project, due 18/3: project.pdf (updated cross references!)Matlab templates: SG2212_template.m, DD_template.m, avg_template.m

* Study questions (130306): Study questions

Philipp Schlatter edited 8 March 2013

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* Homework 1, due 21/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 28/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 4/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 11/2: HW4.pdf Matlab templates: artificial_visc.m, boundary_cond.m, dx.m, flux_function.m, mac_cormack.m, shocktube.m
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5.pdf (updated)
* Homework 6, due 4/3: HW6.pdf (updated!) (template: GS_SOR_template.m, DD_template.m)


* Project, due 18/3: project.pdf (updated cross references!)Matlab templates: SG2212_template.m, DD_template.m, avg_template.m

* Study questions (130306): Sstudy questions_2013.pdf (corrected question 23)

commented 1 February 2015

What is meant by the question 3.d? what do we mean when we say amplification factor?

commented 1 February 2015

I mean amplification factor of the analytical solution,

Assistant commented 1 February 2015

Hi,

for the analytical solution it has the same meaning that it has for the discretized version, i.e. u^(n+1)/u^n. Do not forget that u^(n+1) = u(t + Delta t) and u^n = u(t).

Regards,

Jacopo

commented 1 February 2015

Thank you! also, I wanted to know what do you plot G(z) against? or are we plotting the real part of  G(z)?

Assistant commented 1 February 2015

plot G(z) against z, consider only real values of z


Regards,
Jacopo

Teacher commented 7 March 2015

Regarding study question 13, i.e. how to derive the stability region for the Crank-Nicolson scheme. Essentially, one gets the amplification factor tex:\displaystyle |G|=\frac{|2+Z|}{|2-Z|} and the limit for the region of absolute stability is tex:\displaystyle |G|=1. Therefore, one gets the following equality for the border tex:\displaystyle |2-Z|=|2+Z|. The two sides describe a circle with centres at +2 and -2, respectively. The only points where the equality is possible to be fulfilled is the imaginary axis, which then defines the boundary of the region of absolute stability.

Jacopo Canton edited 29 January 2016

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HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:¶


* Five assignements out of six are mandatory;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;




HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 28/1: HW1.pdf (update of task 3c)
* Homework 2, due 4/2: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 11/2: 
* Homework 4, due 18/2: Matlab templates: 
* Homework 5, due 25/2: 
* Homework 6, due 2/3: Matlab templates: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Erik Boström edited 3 February 2016

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Thursdays at 12:00. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit, please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). 

Now, the submission using the online system should work for all course participants (including PhD students). Please try, and in case of troubles let us know.

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five assignements out of six are mandatory;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 28/1: HW1.pdf (update of task 3c)
* Homework 2, due 4/2: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 11/2:  HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 18/2: Matlab templates: 
* Homework 5, due 25/2: 
* Homework 6, due 2/3: Matlab templates: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Jacopo Canton edited 12 February 2016

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Thursdays at 12:00. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit, please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). 

Now, the submission using the online system should work for all course participants (including PhD students). Please try, and in case of troubles let us know.

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five assignements out of six are mandatory;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 28/1: HW1.pdf (update of task 3c)
* Homework 2, due 4/2: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 11/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 18/2: Matlab templates: HW4.pdf
* Homework 5, due 25/2: 
* Homework 6, due 2/3: Matlab templates: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Erik Boström edited 19 February 2016

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Thursdays at 12:00. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit, please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). 

Now, the submission using the online system should work for all course participants (including PhD students). Please try, and in case of troubles let us know.

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five assignements out of six are mandatory;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 28/1: HW1.pdf (update of task 3c)
* Homework 2, due 4/2: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 11/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 18/2: HW4.pdf
* Homework 5, due 25/2:  HW5.pdf, HW5_m-files.zip
* Homework 6, due 2/3: Matlab templates: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Jacopo Canton edited 21 February 2016

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Thursdays at 12:00. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit, please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). 

Now, the submission using the online system should work for all course participants (including PhD students). Please try, and in case of troubles let us know.

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five assignements out of six are mandatory;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 28/1: HW1.pdf (update of task 3c)
* Homework 2, due 4/2: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 11/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 18/2: HW4.pdf
* Homework 5, due 25/2:  HW5_updated.pdf HW5_m-files.zip
* Homework 6, due 2/3: Matlab templates: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Assistant commented 21 February 2016

There was a mistake in equation (2) of Homework 5, now the pdf is correct.

Jacopo Canton edited 27 February 2016

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Thursdays at 12:00. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit, please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). 

Now, the submission using the online system should work for all course participants (including PhD students). Please try, and in case of troubles let us know.

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five assignements out of six are mandatory;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 28/1: HW1.pdf (update of task 3c)
* Homework 2, due 4/2: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 11/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 18/2: HW4.pdf
* Homework 5, due 25/2: HW5_updated.pdf, HW5_m-files.zip
* Homework 6, due 21/3: Matlab templates:  at midnight: HW6.pdf HW6_mFiles.zip

* Project, due 23/3: project.pdfMatlab templates: project_mFiles.zip

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Jacopo Canton edited 18 January 2017

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Tuesdays at 23:59. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit (mostly PhD students in the beginning of the course), please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). 

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five homeworks out of six are mandatory;
* approx. 75% correct is required in each homework to pass;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* You can work in groups up to 3;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 24/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 31/1: 
* Homework 3, due 7/2: 
* Homework 4, due 14/2: 
* Homework 5, due 21/2: 
* Homework 6, due 28/2: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Erik Boström edited 25 January 2017

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Tuesdays at 23:59. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit (everybody should be added to the online system by now!), please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). But only if the other option does not work!

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five homeworks out of six are mandatory;
* approx. 75% correct is required in each homework to pass;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* You can work in groups up to 3;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 24/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 31/1: HW2.pdf
* Homework 3, due 7/2: 
* Homework 4, due 14/2: 
* Homework 5, due 21/2: 
* Homework 6, due 28/2: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Jacopo Canton edited 27 January 2017

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Tuesdays at 23:59. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit (everybody should be added to the online system by now!), please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). But only if the other option does not work!

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five homeworks out of six are mandatory;
* approx. 75% correct is required in each homework to pass;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* You can work in groups up to 3;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 24/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 31/1: HW2_updated.pdf
* Homework 3, due 7/2: 
* Homework 4, due 14/2: 
* Homework 5, due 21/2: 
* Homework 6, due 28/2: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Jacopo Canton edited 30 January 2017

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Tuesdays at 23:59. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit (everybody should be added to the online system by now!), please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). But only if the other option does not work!

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five homeworks out of six are mandatory;
* approx. 75% correct is required in each homework to pass;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* You can work in groups up to 3;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

If you fail a homework take a look at the corrected versions that we upload: you will find comments about your work and instructions about what to do to repair.The deadline for uploading your corrections is the day of the exam.¶

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 24/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 31/1: HW2_updated.pdf
* Homework 3, due 7/2: 
* Homework 4, due 14/2: 
* Homework 5, due 21/2: 
* Homework 6, due 28/2: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Jacopo Canton edited 2 February 2017

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Tuesdays at 23:59. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit (everybody should be added to the online system by now!), please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). But only if the other option does not work!

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five homeworks out of six are mandatory;
* approx. 75% correct is required in each homework to pass;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* You can work in groups up to 3;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single separate archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

If you fail a homework take a look at the corrected versions that we upload: you will find comments about your work and instructions about what to do to repair.The deadline for uploading your corrections is the day of the exam.

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 24/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 31/1: HW2_updated.pdf
* Homework 3, due 7/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 14/2: 
* Homework 5, due 21/2: 
* Homework 6, due 28/2: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Jacopo Canton edited 14 February 2017

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Tuesdays at 23:59. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit (everybody should be added to the online system by now!), please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). But only if the other option does not work!

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five homeworks out of six are mandatory;
* approx. 75% correct is required in each homework to pass;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* You can work in groups up to 3;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single separate archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

If you fail a homework take a look at the corrected versions that we upload: you will find comments about your work and instructions about what to do to repair.The deadline for uploading your corrections is the day of the exam.

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 24/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 31/1: HW2_updated.pdf
* Homework 3, due 7/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 14/2: HW4.pdf, HW4_m-files.zip
* Homework 5, due 21/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 28/2: 

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: 

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

Erik Boström edited 22 February 2017

Submit your homework (as PDF) using KTH Social using the link "Assignments" on the left menu at the latest on Tuesdays at 23:59. Questions etc. should be asked in KTH Social on this page. In case of problems or that you do not have the link to submit (everybody should be added to the online system by now!), please hand in the homework via email (erikbos@mech.kth.se or jcanton@mech.kth.se). But only if the other option does not work!

HOMEWORK GUIDELINES:


* Five homeworks out of six are mandatory;
* approx. 75% correct is required in each homework to pass;
* Respect the deadline;
* Use only a single pdf. Preferably scan your homework, if you take a photo, make sure it is sharp and bright;
* Include all plots in the pdf in the right place;
* Do not present plots without commenting them: always write a (short) description of what the plot tells you and what you can conclude from it;
* You can work in groups up to 3;
* If you work in groups:
* write the names of all group members at the beginning of the report;
* you can work and discuss together but each group member is required to submit an individual report written with his/her own words; copy-paste reports will not be accepted (see cheating and plagiarism);

* Please use the following naming convention: "surname_hwX.pdf" and include all Matlab files as a single separate archive: "surname_hwX.zip". X is the number of the homework;

If you fail a homework take a look at the corrected versions that we upload: you will find comments about your work and instructions about what to do to repair.The deadline for uploading your corrections is the day of the exam.

HOMEWORKS:


* Homework 1, due 24/1: HW1.pdf
* Homework 2, due 31/1: HW2_updated.pdf
* Homework 3, due 7/2: HW3.pdf
* Homework 4, due 14/2: HW4.pdf, HW4_m-files.zip
* Homework 5, due 21/2: HW5.pdf
* Homework 6, due 28/2: HW6.pdf, HW6_m-files.zip

* Project, due 23/3: Matlab templates: project.pdf, project_m-files.zip

* Study questions: studyquestions_2015.pdf

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