- Participants
- General Information
- Text: Numerical
Partial Differential Equations for Environmental Scientists and Engineers

D.R. Lynch, Springer 2005. - Selected References
- Class Notes
*Homeworks*are at the bottom of this page.

Software Libraries

- ES 105 Library (Darmouth)
- sprspak (Dartmouth)
- itpak (U. Texas Austin)
- netlib (ORNL, UTK)
- lapack (ORNL, UTK)
- lapack users guide (ORNL, UTK)
- Fortran compilation with LAPACK on Dartmouth machines
- Some useful LAPACK
routines
- StatPak (Darmouth)
- MaxPak (Dartmouth)
- lablib (Darmouth-old archive)

Course Computing Environment

- Generalities
- Thayer Computing Services
- Linux Intro
- Linux Services
- The linux lab:218 Cummings
- FORTRAN
- Some Basic Features to Master
- Example code (antique vernacular)
- GNU Fortran
- Some Reference Sites
- U. of LeicesterFortran 77
- U. of LiverpoolFortran 90
- Stanford U.Fortran 77
- Complex numbers in Fortran
- HTML -- Bring these up in a browser and look at the source alongside the regular display.
- Simple HTML tutorial (Amir Golnabi)
- HTML examples
- Tecplot

- Banded Matrix Storage Modes
- Lapack
- Sprspak
- Battri
- NML Data File Standards
- StatPak
- Tetrahedral Elements

Homework Problems and Reading Assignments

**Problem Set 0:** due
Monday Jan 13, 11:15.

Read in text: Preface; Appendices 1, 2; Ch 1; skim Ch 2.

We will have a class on Friday from 11;15 to 12:20 in the Linux Lab (C218 Thayer) with Matt Dailey from
TS Computing Services during week 1.

**Problem Set 1 PART A:**
due Tuesday Jan 21, posted by individual mtg times.

Read: text, Chapters 2, 3

DO: Prob 12c.

**Problem Set 1 PART B:**
due Thursday Jan 23, posted by class time.

Read: text, Chapters 4

Complete Extensions of Problem
Set 1 Part A

**Problem Set 2:**
due Tuesday Jan 28 by individual meeting times.

Read: text, Chapter 5

Complete extensions of Problem Set 1 to a transient diffusion equation. When comparing to "theory" use the theoretical stability results for Cartesian Coordinates, first in 1D then in 2D.

**Problem Set 3:**
due Tuesday Feb 4 by individual meeting times.

For Problem Set 3 click here
Problem Set 3

**Problem Set 4:**
due Tuesday, Feb 11 by individual meeting times

For Problem Set 4 click here
Problem Set 4

**Problem Set 5:
**due Tuesday Feb 25 by individual meeting times.

For Problem Set 5 click here Problem Set 5

**Midterm:
**due (posted) by Tuesday Feb 25 BEFORE Noon.

Click here
for the assignment

**Problem Set 6:
**due Tuesday Mar 4 by individual meeting times.

For Problem Set 6 click here Problem Set 6

**Problem Set 7:**
due Tuesday March 11th by individual meeting times

For Problem Set 7 click here
Problem Set 7

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