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A comparison between the observed -v diagrams and ones obtained from fitting the parameters of the spiral arms will be presented in the next section. , in the X-Y coordinates (Figure 5a) in order to draw a hypothetical spiral arm segment. The next step consists of verifying whether this represents an observed structure (Figure 5b). If so, it is determined the distance to the galactic center for each point of this arm segment. Once the distance is obtained and its galactocentric radius. Fig. 5.
Moreover, for a more accurate estimate, the center difference may be used ( / /2 ). Both methods require the introduction of a new ideal point outside the region. The ideal point is eventually eliminated by combining the equations that include the specified boundary condition and the boundary node equation. 1 Application of FDM in one-dimensional elliptic equation To illustrate a one-dimensional elliptic equation, we will consider the temperature distribution of a one-dimensional rod that is discussed in Sec.
The integral result for the linear element is 2 1 6 1 2 (51) The element contribution for final system equation becomes (52) 18 Numerical Analysis – Theory and Application When the element equation is assembled, the sums of the residual vanish. As a result, the final system equation becomes (53) 0 A time-dependent finite element equation requires solving the equation with time first. In order to approximate the time-dependent equation, the mean value-based equation is used. The mean (Sahoo & Riedel, 1998, Segerlind, 1984) rule is based on the hypothesis that the change in function ( / ) at a location between two points (a, b) is proportional to the average change between two values of the function ( .