|November 4, 2014, 08:21||
Diffusion Using Gauss-seidel Method
Join Date: Oct 2014
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I'm making a C++ code solving diffusion equation gauss-seidel method.
It's just 2D problem and domain has length of 1 in x, y direction.
Solving this problem, I found something strange.
As my cell numbers gets larger(16x16, 32x32, 64x64 ... 1024x1024), the error between exact solution and my code goes down and up again.
I mean, error gets smaller until 128x128 and after that, error gets bigger...
So, until now I tried to find something wrong in my code.
And when I just translate my C++ code into matlab code, Error gets smaller without increasing again.....
I can't understand why this happen... can someone help me?
I attached my C++ code and matlab script.
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