|January 5, 2012, 03:32||
How to capture "Jump" in a Runge-Kutta time marching solution?
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When I run my MATLAB code to solve a nonlinear aeroelastic problem, solution diverges because of a "jump". I do expect a jump at this point, but I can not go through it and time marching solution stops. I appreciate any suggestion and help.
Thank You So Much
|jump, nonlinear, runge-kutta, time marching|
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