ASE 167M - Atmosphere Description

ASE 167M - Atmosphere Description - ASE 167M: The...

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ASE 167M: The Atmosphere atmos62 Following are some standards that will help you to code and check your atmosphere properties program. First of all, the very basic structure of your program should be as follows: function [temp,press,dens,sos] = atmos62(h) % insert code here return The name of your program must be atmos62 in order for the checking program, which will be discussed later, to work properly. Also, note that the atmospheric properties are a function of only altitude, h , which is the sole input in the above function definition. In order to calculate the atmospheric properties, you must first determine the layer of the atmosphere in which h falls. This requires a cascaded if / elseif structure, which takes the form as follows: if( ) elseif( ) . . . elseif( ) end You will require an if / elseif for every layer of the atmosphere, such that when completed you should have one if statement and seven accompanying elseif statements. Within each if / elseif , you must check to ensure the satisfaction of two conditions, an upper and a lower bound on the altitude of the form
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