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Unformatted text preview: 9/18/08 1:00 PM F:\Matlab Projects\HW3\NMI—IW3num22.m 1 of 1 %Homework Number 3
%Prob1em Number 22 %Variable declarations
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displacement = ((—w*x.‘2)/(24*E*I)).*((6*L*2)—(4*L*x)+x.*2); MaxDis = max(abs(disp1acement));
theta = (w*LA3)/(6*E*I);
plot(x,displacement)
title('Def1ection of the beam') x1abel('Length (in)')
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%Prob1em 25 from Chapter 3 fid = fopen('xy.dat'); %Opening the file and configuring
A = fscanf(fid,'%f'); %it into a 100 by 2 matrix. B = reshape(A,2,lOO)'; fclose(fid); x = B(:,1); y = B(:,2); %Assigning the columns to x and y
t = pi*(sin(x)+cos(x)); %Creating t
y_bar = mean(y); %Finds the average mean of y %NOTE: y_bar is a scalar where x, y, and t are all vectors.
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1egend('x and t', 'x and y', 'y average',3)
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_ _ _ _ _ 9/18/08 1:04 PM F:\Matlab Projects\HW3\NMHW3num3.m 1 of 2 %Homework Number 3
%Prob1em Number 3 %Varib1e definitions
x=[231—2—l325314—2]; A = [1 —3 —1 2; 2 2 —3 1; —1 2 3 1; 3 2 1 4];
B = [—2 1 2 3; 3 2 1 2; 1 —1 3 2; 2 4 3 1]; fprintf(lPart A') suma=0; . %Initialize sum as zero
for i = 1:5 %Incrementing from 1 to 5 . g
a = 1*2+4*i; ”
suma = suma + a; %suma = 0 initially for the first run but
end %is reset to equal a. Then for the second
%run it equals old a (suma) plus the new
suma %a. It continues like this. fprintf('Part B') sumb=0;
for i = 2:5
b = x(i1)*x(i); %Same concept as above but we are using
sumb = sumb + b; %i as the subscript. This says that the
end %i1 term of x times the ith term of x
%equals b. The summation idea is the same i g
sumb %as above. g fprintf('Part C') sumc=0;
for i = 2:2:10 %The only difference here is you are
c = x(i)‘2; %altering your increment. The default
sumc = sumc + c; %is one but you are changing it to two.
end
sumc fprintf('Part D') sumd=0;
for i = 1:4 %We have nested for loops here. So the
for j = 1:4 %order of operations goes i = 1, then
d = A(i,j)*B(i,j); %j = 1, j = 2, etc... then back to i = 2
sumd = sumd + d; %and then j = 1, j = 2, etc... The "nested"
end %for loop will run completely for each
end %ith iteration.
sumd fprintf('Part E')
prode=1; %Define as 1!
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e = x(i)*2;
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%Problem 43 from Chapter 3 %User inputs d
v h input('What is the diameter?\n')
input('What is the velocity?\n') cylhtc(d,v) 1 of 1 9/18/08 1:07 PM F:\Matlab Projects\HW3\cylhtc.m function h = cylhtc(d,v) %Some variable declarations rho = 1.204; mu = 1.82E—5; cofp = 1.007;
k = 26.3E—3; Pr = mu*cofp/k; %Prandtl number Re rho*v*d/mu %Conditional if statements for the Reynolds number.
%The "else" is for any Reynolds number not defined
%in the chart. It returns Undefined for the values. if .4<Re & Re<=4 C = .989;
m = .330;
else if Re>4 & Re<=40
C = .911;
m = .385;
else if Re>40 & Re<=4000
C = .683;
m = .466;
else if Re>4000 & Re<=40000
C = .193;
m = .618;
else if Re>40000 & Re<=400000
C = .027;
m = .805;
else
C = 'Undefined'
m = 'Undefined'
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end
end
end
end %If the Reynolds number isn't in the chart (i.e. less
%than .4 or greater than 400000), it won't calculate.
if Re>400000 I Re<=.4 h = 'Not able to calculate h'; %Otherwise, it calculates h using the given C and m
%from the if statements. else Nu = c*(Re*m)*(Pr‘(1/3));
h = k*Nu/d; end %The "else" in the big set of loops isn't required. I
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%required either. ammmﬁvmmwﬂv; 9/18/08 1:07 PM MATLAB Command Window 1 of 2
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10 10' Re = 6.6154e+003 10.3355 What is the diameter?
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1000 1000 Re = 6.6154e+009 C: Undefined m: Undefined 2 of 2 MATLAB Command Window 9/18/08 1:07 PM Not able to calculate h >> ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2011 for the course PGE 310 taught by Professor Klaus during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas.
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