Course Code |
Numerical Method Lab |
Learning Schedule | |||
L | T | P | C | ||
13010411 | Pre-requisites: — Numerical Methods | 0 | 0 | 2 | 1 |
COURSE OBJECTIVES
The objective of teaching Applied Numerical Methods lab is to develop the computational skills of the students to solve various mathematical problems by numerical techniques using C programming.
COURSE OUTCOMES
Students will be able to solve problems of mathematics using computers and apply their knowledge gain solving real life problems appearing in various engineering applications that are often impossible to solve using analytical techniques.
List of Experiment
- Program to find a root of a nonlinear equation using the Method of Bisection.
- Program to find a root of a nonlinear equation using the Method of False Position.
- Program to find the root of a nonlinear equation using the Newton-Raphson method.
- Program to obtain the solution of a system of linear equations using Gauss elimination method.
- Program to obtain the solution of a system of linear equations using Gauss -Seidel method.
- Program to construct Newton’s forward difference interpolation polynomial.
- Program to construct Lagrange’s interpolation polynomial formula.
- Program to evaluate a definite integral by Trapezoidal rule.
- Program to evaluate a definite integral by Simpson’s rule.
- Program to find the solution of initial value problem using Euler’s method.
- Program to find the solution of initial value problem using Modified Euler’s method.
- Program to find solution of initial value problem using fourth order Runge Kutta method.
- Program for solving ordinary differential equation by Milne method.
- Program for solving elliptic partial differential equation by Liebmann’s iteration method.
- Program for solving parabolic partial differential equation by Crank-Nicolson method.