ODEcalc Free Download

Version: 5.12.4   (version history)
Date: May 30, 2011


OS: Windows
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Author: Optimal Designs Enterprise

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ODEcalc Description

ODEcalc Free Download.

ODEcalc for Windows: An Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE) Calculator! State your equation and boundary or initial value conditions and it solves your problem.

Plots solution y and derivative ydot versus x.

Solves most Boundary Value Problems (BVP) and Initial Value Problems (IVP) for Nth order ODE. ODE may be nonlinear, implicit, and any order. Source code included ... it's short! Great teaching tool!

Helps students understand difference in BVP and IVP plus their importance in solving practical ODEs. ODE and algebraic system of equations may be solved using the methodology in this demo.

Hardcopy plot prints in Windows is now available.

An improved productivity example do to using Calculus programming.

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