Reducing the step size increases the number of computations, which would certainly be a prime consideration if the calculations were performed manually. ... Thus their use is not desirable due to numerical (round-off) errors and excessive computer time. The trade-off between round-off and truncation error is reviewed by Chapra and Canale (1988). ... is 100 mg/L. Determine the concentration of A which remains after 30 minutes using both analytical and numerical solution methods.
|Title||:||Foundations of Environmental Engineering|
|Author||:||C. David Cooper, John D. Dietz, Debra R. Reinhart|
|Publisher||:||Waveland Press - 2000|