# Matlab pdepe examples

**pdepe**tool? It is my first time to use

**pdepe**. I don't know where the problem is. The solution should be between 0 and 1. I specified the initial and boundary conditions, but the answers are greater than one.

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**example**of the linspace command in

**Matlab**to understand the command better. a = linspace (-1 1 5) a = -1 -0.5 0 0.5 1. As you see above, we use -1, 1, and 5 values respectively in the linspace function. So, the vector is equally divided by 5 which has the initial value of -1 and the last value of 1. 2014. 6. 5. · You have a mixture of partial differential equations and ordinary differential equations.

**pdepe**is not suited to solve such systems. You will have to discretize your PDE equations in space and solve the resulting complete system of ODEs using ODE15S.

**Examples**using

**Matlab**Consider a very simple

**example**: We need to control the speed of a motor by changing the input voltage. When a set point is defined, if for some reason, the motor runs faster, we need to slow it down by reducing the input voltage. If the motor slows below the set point, the input voltage must be.

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**pdepe**, shows the boundary condition form required. I simply matched terms from the BCs you defined above. I simply matched terms from the BCs you defined above. Deepa Maheshvare on 29 Dec 2018. "/>.

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**Matlab**7.0, Spring 2005. Source code:

**Example**1 is a version of the heat equation. example1.m , defines the problem, calls

**pdepe**() to solve it, and plots the results. example1.png , a surface plot of the solution U (X,T). example1_ic.png , a line plot of the initial condition U (X,T0).