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how make 3d plotting

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Alpay Karadag
Alpay Karadag on 23 Dec 2019
Answered: Asvin Kumar on 26 Dec 2019
function projmotion(x0,y0,v0,theta)
g = 9.8;
theta=45;
alpha=60;
v0=50;
y0=50;
x0=50;
z0=20;
angle = theta*(pi./180);
hangtime = 2*v0*sin(angle)/g;
t = hangtime;
x = v0*cos(theta)*sin(alpha)*t
y = v0*cos(theta)*sin(alpha)*t
z = z0+v0*sin(theta)*t-(g*t.^2)/2
if theta >90
maxheight = y0 + (v0)^2./(2*g)
xheight = x0 + v0*(t/2);
minheight = 0
error('Please select angle value of 90 degrees or less')
end;
figure('Color', [1 1 1]);
for k=0:t/100:t
x = x0 +(v0*k);
y = y0 +(v0*k)-0.5*g*(k^2);
z = z0 +(v0*k)
end
for k=0:t/100:t
x = x0 +(v0*k);
y = y0 +(v0*k)-0.5*g*(k^2);
z = z0 +(v0*k)
h = plot3(x,y,z,'.');
xlabel('Horizontal Distance (meters)');
ylabel('Height (meters)');
zlabel('Z');
title('Trajectory Time');
set(h,'MarkerSize',10);
set(h,'Color',[1,0.3,0.5]);
grid on
hold on;
pause(0.02);
end
this is my code but ı need circle on my code and the ball should fall to the ground how can I do it ?

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 23 Dec 2019
"ı need circle on my code"
What does this mean? The trajectory should form a cirlce?
"...and the ball should fall to the ground"
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Asvin Kumar
Asvin Kumar on 26 Dec 2019
Please have a look at the code below.
I assume when you say the ball should fall to the ground, it comes back to the same initial height. You can modify the time of flight to bring the vertical height to 0. I also assume that by “I need circle on my code” you mean you only want the instantaneous position of the ball to be displayed and not the trajectory. I’ve made more assumptions on what the variables mean. Feel free to modify them according to your equations.
function projmotion(x0,y0,v0,theta,alpha)
g = 9.8;
theta=45;
alpha=60;
v0=50;
y0=50;
x0=50;
z0=20;
if theta >90
error('Please select angle value of 90 degrees or less')
end
angle = theta*(pi./180);
angle2 = alpha*(pi./180);
t = 2*v0*sin(angle)/g;
figure('Color', [1 1 1]);
h = plot3(x0,y0,z0,'.','MarkerSize',10);
title('Trajectory');
set(h,'Color',[1,0.3,0.5]);
xlim(sort([x0 x0+v0*cos(angle)*cos(angle2)*t]))
ylim(sort([y0 y0+v0*cos(angle)*sin(angle2)*t]))
zlim(sort([z0 z0+v0.^2./(2*g)]))
grid on
hold on
xlabel('Horizontal Distance X (meters)');
ylabel('Horizontal Distance Y (meters)');
zlabel('Vertical Distance Z (meters)');
for k=0:t/100:t
x = x0 + v0*cos(angle)*cos(angle2)*k;
y = y0 + v0*cos(angle)*sin(angle2)*k;
z = z0 + v0*sin(angle)*k-(g*k.^2)/2;
cla % TOGGLE this command to plot trajectory vs the ball
plot3(x,y,z,'.','MarkerSize',10,'Color',[1,0.3,0.5]);
pause(0.02);
end
end

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