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# Code No: 58101/MT

NR
M.Tech. – I Semester Supplementary Examinations,
September, 2008

## APPLIED NUMERICAL METHODS

(Chemical Engineering)

## Time: 3hours Max. Marks:60

All questions carry equal marks
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## 1.a) Solve the following set of equations using Lu De comp + sweep:

 1 −1 2   x1   −8 
 1 1 1   x  =  −2 
  2  
 2 −2 3   x3   −20 
b) Solve by Gauss-Jordan technique:
 1 −1 2   x1   −8 
 2 −2 3   x  =  −20 
  2  
 1 1 1   x3   −2 
Also, simultaneously obtain A−1 .

2.a) Find a real root of the equation cos x =3 x -1. Correct to four decimal
places by iteration method.
b) Use Newton-Raphson method to find a solution of the system
x 2 + y − 11 = 0 , y 2 + x − 7 = 0 near x =3, y =-2

3.a) Obtain the dominant eigen value and the corresponding eigen
vectors of the following matrix A, using the power method.
 0 2 3
A =  −10 −1 2 

 −2 4 7 
Also obtain the correct sign of λ1 .
b) Write short notes on eigen vectors.

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4.a) By the method of least squares find the straight line y = ax + b that
best fits the following data:

x 1 2 3 4 5
y 14 27 40 55 68

## b) From the following table find y when x = 1.85 by Newtons

interpolation of formula:

## x 1.7 1.8 1.9 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3

y 5.474 6.050 6.686 7.389 8.166 9.025 9.974

## 5. Use Lagranges inter polation formula to find the values of y when

x =10 if the following values of x and y are given:

x 5 6 9 11
y 12 13 14 16

## 6. Develop the third-order explict Adam’s integration formula for ODE-

IVPS. If y′ = y − 2 ; y0 = 1 , y1 = −0.7183 , y2 = −5.389 , h=1, evaluate y3
using this equation.

7. Solve the following non Linear boundary value problem using the
shooting technique U ′′ = 24u ′ , 0 < x < 1 , U(0)=0.5, u(1)=1. Use Runge-
Kutta method with h = 0.25 to solve the corresponding initial value
problem and Newton’s method for iteration, assuming the starting
value of the slope at x =0 as S (0) = u′(0) = 0.3 perform two iterations
1
and compare with the exact solution u ( x ) = .
2− x

## 8. Explain briefly Galerkine finite element Technique to solve partial

differential equation.

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