"Rachel " <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > Hey guys, > > I'm having a lot of trouble trying to get a numerical solution the the following boundary value problem, > > f'''+1/3ff''+1/3f'^2=0 > > with the following boundary conditions, > > eta=0, f=0 & f''=0 > eta=infintiy, f'=0 > > I am new to Matlab and I'm completely lost so your help would be much appreciated. I think this is how I set it up but I'm not sure?? > > function dfdeta = mat4ode(eta,f) > dfdeta = [ f(2) > f(3) > -1/3*f(1)*f(3)-1/3*Y(2)*Y(2) ]; > > and for the boundary conditions, > > function res = mat4bc(ya,yb) > res = [ ya(3) > ya(1) > yb(2)]; > > And this is an attempt at the rest the code, > > function mat4bvp(solver) > > if nargin < 1 > solver = 'bvp4c'; > end > bvpsolver = fcnchk(solver); > > infinity = 3; > > solinit = bvpinit(linspace(0,infinity,5),[0,0,0]); > > sol = bvpsolver(@mat4ode,@mat4bc,solinit); > > eta = sol.x; > f = sol.y; > > figure(1) > plot(eta,f) > legend('F_1', 'F_2', 'F_3', 3) > grid > > end > > I would be very grateful for the help. Thanks a mill. > > Rachel
There is no need to use bvp4c for your boundary value problem. The solution is simply f=0.