Solve and plot using explicit finite difference method for 1D heat transfer.

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Sanley Guerrier on 15 Aug 2023
Edited: Sanley Guerrier on 29 Aug 2023
Dear experts:
I would to solve and plot a 1D heat transfer for a pavement. My for loops aren't working properly, I have the matlab file attached here. Can someone helps with the for loops, please?
Your help will be greatly appriciated!
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Dyuman Joshi on 15 Aug 2023
Edited: Dyuman Joshi on 15 Aug 2023
"Can you help write a MATLAB CODE for solve and plot the equations?"
No, MATLAB Answers is not a homeworking solving service. If you want help from the forum, make an effort to write code, then ask where you are having difficulty.
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William Rose on 28 Aug 2023
@Dyuman Joshi is exactly correct (as usual :) ).
Hint: You have derivatives involving two variables: time and position. One way you could do this problem is by writing nested for loops: an outer loop over time, and an inner loop over position. Good luck.
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Sanley Guerrier on 29 Aug 2023
Thank you, Dyuman.
I tried to aproximate the temperature using finite difference method but my for loops didn't work. Could you check my code, please?

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