A Dilated Trigonometrically Equipped Algorithm to Compute Periodic Vibrations through Block Milne’s Implementation

Authors

  • J. G. Oghonyon Department of Mathematics, Covenant University, Nigeria
  • S. A. Bishop Department of Mathematics, Covenant University, Nigeria
  • K. S. Eke Department of Mathematics, Covenant University, Nigeria
Volume: 8 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 3126-3129 | August 2018 | https://doi.org/10.48084/etasr.2021

Abstract

This paper intends to investigate the use of a dilated trigonometrically equipped algorithm to compute periodic vibrations in block Milne's implementation. The block-Milne implementation is established by developing a block variable-step-size predictor-corrector method of Adam’s family using a dilated trigonometrically equipped algorithm. The execution is carried out using a block variable-step-size predictor-corrector method. This system has significant advantages that include the varying step-size and finding out the convergence-criteria and error control. Convergence-criteria and operational mode are discussed to showcase the accuracy and effectuality of the proposed approach.

Keywords:

dilated trigonometrically equipped algorithm, block- Milne’s device, convergence-criteria, max errors, principal-local- truncation-error

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J. G. Oghonyon, S. A. Bishop, and K. S. Eke, “A Dilated Trigonometrically Equipped Algorithm to Compute Periodic Vibrations through Block Milne’s Implementation”, Eng. Technol. Appl. Sci. Res., vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 3126–3129, Aug. 2018.

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