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Foo How
Foo How le 5 Mai 2011
% ODE 45 where n = 0 %
function dy = prob5partb(z,y,n)
%constant declaration%
h = 1.054571628e-34; %reduced planck's constant
Mo = 9.10938188e-31; %rest mass of electron
M = 0.067 * Mo; %effective mass of electron
Uo = 1.60217646e-19; %depth of well
A = 2e-9; %effective well size
%formula of Uz%
U=Uo*(exp(-2*(z/A))-2*exp(-z/A));
%formula of En%
En = -Uo*(1 - (h/(2*M*Uo*A^2)^0.5) * (n + 0.5))^2;
%To create a column vector
dy=zeros(2,1);
%The two first order ode
dy(1) = y(2);
dy(2) = (U - En)*((2 * M * y(1))/(h^2));
end
n = 0;%energy level
[Z,Y]=ode45( @(z,y) prob5partb(z,y,n) , [-1e-8 100e-10] , [0.1 0.5] )%use ode45 with the function wave with limts and initial condition
n0=plot(Z,Y(:,2), ': r');%plot time
hold on;
n = 1;%energy level
[Z,Y]=ode45( @(z,y) prob5partb(z,y,n) , [-1e-8 100e-10] , [0.1 0.5] )%use ode45 with the function wave with limts and initial condition
n0=plot(Z,Y(:,2), ': g');%plot time
hold on;
n = 2;%energy level
[Z,Y]=ode45( @(z,y) prob5partb(z,y,n) , [-1e-8 100e-10] , [0.1 0.5] )%use ode45 with the function wave with limts and initial condition
n0=plot(Z,Y(:,2), ': b' );%plot time
hold on;
Legend('Energy level 0', 'Energy level 1', 'Energy level 2');
function [Z,Y] = RK4(z,y,z1,n,f)
Z = z;
Y = y';
h = (z1 - z)/n;
for i = 1:n;
k1 = f(z,y);
k2 = f(z + h/2, y + k1*h/2);
k3 = f(z+h/2, y + k2*h/2);
k4 = f(z+h, y + k3*h);
y = y + h*(k1 + 2*k2 + 2*k3 + k4)/6;
z = z+h;
Z = [Z;z];
Y = [Y;y'];
end
n=0;
[Z,Y]=RK4(-0.5e-8, [0.1;0.5], 20e-100, 50, @(Z,Y) prob5partb(z,y,n));
n0=plot (Z,Y(:,2), 'y');
hold on;
The error message displayed in the command window:
Error in ==> RK4 at 6
k1 = f(z,y);
Error in ==> RK4G at 2
[Z,Y]=RK4(-0.5e-8, [0.1;0.5], 20e-100, 50, @(Z,Y) prob5partb(z,y,n));
I am at my wit's end in troubleshooting this error, may i know whether would anyone care to enlighten me on this matter thank you. The error message lies with the last two paragraph of the coding.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson le 6 Mai 2011
Surely it doesn't just say "Error in" and give a routine and line? Surely it tells you _what_ it thinks the error is?

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Jarrod Rivituso
Jarrod Rivituso le 6 Mai 2011
I'm not sure, but should
[Z,Y]=RK4(-0.5e-8, [0.1;0.5], 20e-100, 50, @(Z,Y) prob5partb(z,y,n));
really be
[Z,Y]=RK4(-0.5e-8, [0.1;0.5], 20e-100, 50, @(z,y) prob5partb(z,y,n));
*note the lowercase z and y in the anonymous function

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson le 6 Mai 2011
You have written,
@(Z,Y) prob5partb(z,y,n)
Why are you ignoring the input parameters "Z" and "Y" and instead using what-ever values of "z" and "y" happened to exist at the time the anonymous function was created? Why are you not using
@(Z,Y) prob5partb(Z,Y,n)
??

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