Plot an equation by calling a function

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Fatemeh Salar
Fatemeh Salar on 9 Jul 2022
Commented: Rik on 11 Jul 2022
Hi.
I tried to write a function and then call it to plot me y , it didn;t work out . could you please tell me what is wrong with it ?
Here is the function :
function [y]=myfunn(m,c,k,x0,v0,t)
w0=sqrt(k/m);
zeta=c/(2*sqrt(k*m));
if(zeta>0 && zeta<1)
y=(exp(zeta.*(-1).*t)).*((x0.*cos(w0.*sqrt(1-zeta.^2).*t))+(v0+zeta.*w0.*x0).*sin(sqrt(1-zeta.^2).*t)./(w0.*sqrt(1-zeta.^2)));
elseif(zeta==1)
y=(exp(zeta.*(-1).*t)).*(x0+t.*(zeta.*w0.*x0));
elseif(zeta>1)
y=(exp(zeta.*(-1).*t)).* ...
(((v0+(zeta+sqrt(zeta.^2-1)))).*exp(w0.*sqrt(zeta.^2-1).*t)./2.*w0.*sqrt(zeta.^2-1) + ...
((-v0+(-zeta+sqrt(zeta^2-1))))*exp(-1*w0.*sqrt(zeta.^2-1).*t)./2.*w0.*sqrt(zeta.^2-1));
end
end
And here is the script when I tried to call it and then plot it :
clc
clear
close all
m=input('Please enter mass : ')
c=input('Please enter damping : ')
k=input('Please enter stifness : ')
x0=input('Please enter x at t=0 : ')
v0=input('Please enter v at t=0 : ')
t=input('Please enter time : ')
[y]=myfunn(m,c,k,x0,v0,t);
t=linspace(0,t,100);
plot(t,y)
xlabel('time')
ylabel('x(t)')
grid on
hold on
Maybe I am wrong in calling a function ask ask it to plot .... Idk
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Rik
Rik on 11 Jul 2022
You received an answer. That is why you can no longer delete it. Materially editing your question will only make it confusing for future readers with a similar question.
Asking a second question is not a problem, but why mutilate the first question in order to do so?

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Answers (1)

KSSV
KSSV on 9 Jul 2022
It looks like your e in the function is exp. Change the function to:
function [y]=myfun(a,b,c,t)
if (a*b/c>1)
y = (exp(a))*sin(c.*t)./sqrt(b);
elseif (a*b/c<1 && a*b/c>0)
y = sin(a)*sqrt(b.*t)./sin(c);
elseif (a*b/c < 1)
y = cos(a)*exp(b.*t)./c;
end
end
If e is not exp, then you need to define e like a,b,c and input into the function.
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Fatemeh Salar
Fatemeh Salar on 9 Jul 2022
Edited: Fatemeh Salar on 9 Jul 2022
My bad! I think I asked a question I already knew its answer lol
The thing is I made a mistake at the first place. There was an error for another function of mine not that one you saw earlier. So instead of deleting my previous question I edited it.
The proplem is with my function [y]=myfunn(m,c,k,x0,v0,t)
And the picture was the result of this function that ain't working :S

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