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Unformatted text preview: 3-D GraphicsTOPICS: Plotting in 3-D: plot3, mesh, surf, contour, colorbar, Labeling contoursREADING: 6.5-6.51. Create a 3-D plot of for values of x and y ranging from -2 to 2 with increments of .1a. Use the meshgrid() function to create 2-d arrays, X and Y that will be used to evaluate the function.b. Create a wire mesh plot with a color barc. Create a surface plot with a color bard. Create labeled contours.e. Manipulate one of your figures (zoom, rotate, etc) to get a different view.2. In high speed flow, an obstacle in the flow field can introduce turbulence in an otherwise smooth flow field. I have taken a cross-section of Dr. Goldsteins wind tunnel data in the turbulent region and you will plot it.When a small obstacle is introduced into a smooth flow field and it can produce turbulent spots. In time these spots grow (diffuse) and they travel down the flow filed. The data in the .mat file, FlowData.mat, contains values of the magnitude of the vorticity taken at one instance of time...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course ASE 201 taught by Professor Hayes during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.
- Fall '07