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from numpy import * import matplotlib.pylab as p from mpl_toolkits.mplot3d import Axes3D Nx = 101; Nt = 3000; Dx = 0.03 ; Dt = 0.9 KAPPA = 210. ; SPH = 900. ; RHO = 2700. #conductivity,specfheat ,densi +ty T = zeros( (Nx , 2) , float ); Tpl =zeros( (Nx , 31) , float ) print ("Working, wait for figure after count to 10") for ix in range ( 1 , Nx - 1) : T[ ix , 0] = 100.0 ; # initial temper +ature T [ 0 , 0 ] = 0.0 ; T [ 0 , 1 ] = 0. #first and last points a t0 T[Nx - 1 ,0] = 0. ; T[Nx - 1 ,1] = 0.0 cons = KAPPA / ( SPH*RHO) *Dt / ( Dx*Dx) ; # constant m=1 # counter for rows , one every 300 time steps for t in range ( 1 , Nt ) : # time iteration for ix in range ( 1 , Nx - 1) : #Finitedifferences T[ ix , 1] = T[ ix , 0] + cons *(T[ ix + 1 , 0] + T[ ix - 1, 0] + - 2.*T[ ix , 0 ] ) if t %300 == 0 or t == 1: #for t = 1 and every 300 time steps for ix in range ( 1 , Nx - 1 , 2) : Tpl [ ix , m] = T[ ix , 1] print (m) m=m+1 # increasemevery 300 time steps for ix in range ( 1 , Nx - 1): T[ ix , 0] = T[ ix , 1]# 100 p o s i + t o n s a t t =m x = list ( range ( 1 , Nx - 1 , 2) ) # p l o t every o t h e r x p o i + n t y = list ( range ( 1 , 30) ) # every 10 p o i n t s i n y ( time ) X, Y = p.meshgrid ( x , y ) # g r i d f o r p o s i t i o n and time def functz ( Tpl ) : # Function r e t u r n s t e m p e r a t u r e z = Tpl [X, Y] return z Z = functz ( Tpl ) fig = p.figure( ) # c r e a t e f i g u r e ax = Axes3D ( fig ) # p l o t s a x i s ax.plot_wireframe(X, Y, Z , color = 'r') # red wireframe ax.set_xlabel('Position') # l a b e l axes ax.set_ylabel('time') ax.set_zlabel('Temperature') p.show( ) # shows f i g u r e , c l o s e Python s h e l l print ("finished")
Switching to Perl, I can change the matrix elements but I dont know how to change the dimensions of the matrix.

In reply to Re^2: PDEs oo by Lucero
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