Graph Plotting the differential equation

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Dhananjay Singh
Dhananjay Singh on 23 Nov 2020
Commented: Stephan on 23 Nov 2020
How I plot qSol(r) wrt r and TSol(r) wrt r ?
%heat conduction with an electrical heat source in copper wire
clc; clear;
close all;
%parameters
R = 0.2; % radius in m
L = 10; % length of wire in m
ke = 60000000; % electrical conductivity of copper in S/m
k = 401; % thermal conductivity of copper in W/m.K
I = 10; % electrical current in Amp
Se = (I*I)/ke; % rate of heat production per unit volume
T0 = 20 % Temp in Celcius
%Energy Balance in cylindrical shell of thickness del(r) and length L
% Doing the energy balance and taking del(r) common and limiting it to 0, a
% linear differential equation is formed.
% SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION
syms q(r) %q is the heat flux
ode = diff(r*q,r) == Se*r
cond = q(0)==0 %B.C at r = 0,q~=inf gives a expression which states that at r = 0 , q = 0
qSol(r)=dsolve(ode,cond)
%Temperature Profile
syms T(r)
ode = diff(T,r) ==(-Se*r/(2*k))
cond = T(R)==T0;
TSol(r)=dsolve(ode,cond)
%Plot Flux profile

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Stephan
Stephan on 23 Nov 2020
Edited: Stephan on 23 Nov 2020
yyaxis left
fplot(qSol,[0, 100])
yyaxis right
fplot(TSol,[0, 100])
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Stephan on 23 Nov 2020
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