## Numerical solution of PDE:s, Part 1: Explicit method

In this post and a few ones following it, I will show how to write C++, Fortran or R-Code programs

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## Numerical solution of PDE:s, Part 1: Explicit method

## Fire Safety Research Part 1: Pressure Rise in Compartment Fires

## Linear algebra for balancing chemical reaction equations

## Square roots of matrices and operators

## What are the most energetic combustible materials?

## Some things about iterative sequences

## Random Numbers in Computation

## Nondimensionalization and characteristic scales in physics

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In this post and a few ones following it, I will show how to write C++, Fortran or R-Code programs

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How would one, using only pen and paper, construct a sequence of rational numbers that approaches the number ? This

When doing numerical simulations on a computer, there is often a need for “random” numbers, The most important application where

1 Introduction When doing calculations in computational physics, it is usually necessary to convert equations to a nondimensional form, as

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