Second order differential equation solved with the Ti-84
Second-order differential equation solver (Trapezoidal method)
This TI-84 Basic program can solve second-order differential equations, which are useful for electrical (RLC) and mechanical (mass-spring, inertia-torsion) problems. It is advised that those with no experience with numerical programs study the first-order differential equations examples first.
In the example we take voor A=1, B=0.5, C=1 and f(x) =1 for X< 5 and f(x)=0 for x>5
The general equation of a second order linear differential equation.
The function f(x) can be entered directly (mathematical definition) or by the program Funcgen.8xp.
Method: You must first create a signal using the Function Generator program, and then run the program for the second-order differential equation solver.
For numerical processes, the step size is an important parameter. Follow these rules:
Step size dx = < (√(A/C)) /100 = 0.01sec, or dx <(B/C)/20 = 0.025sec. Take the smallest step size of dx and therefore dx=0.01 sec.
Extra input programs have been added for the differential equation solvers, namely PWM.8XP (PWM signal) and FUNCST1.8XP (square wave, etc.). In the program, you can choose either direct input or a function generator as an input.
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