Maple 2019 Questions and Posts

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Hi everyone,

When my cursor is on an output, the paragraph style changes to 2D Output, as it most likely should. When I then go to a new executable line, it takes forever for all of my expressions to "light up" (meaning that it takes a while for me to be able to use them), and it takes forever for the paragraph to go from 2D Output to 2D Math.

I sadly don't remember when this happened, or what might have caused it, but if any of have any suggestions or answers, I'd greatly appreciate it.


Thanks for listening,

A confused highschool student.


I discovered that the option legend, when used in plots:-inequal, returns an empty graphic.
Is it a bug or a deliberate choice?

Anyways, is it possible to insert a legend in a simple way (that is without using textplot for instance)?


Application of MapleSim in Science and Engineering: a simulationbased approach

In this research work I show the methods of embedded components together with modeling and simulation carried out with Maple and MapleSim for the main areas of science and engineering (mathematics, physics, civil, mechanical etc); These two latest scientific softwares belonging to the company Maplesoft. Designed to be generated and used by teachers of education, as well as by university teachers and engineers; the results are highly optimal since the times saved in calculations are invested in analyzes and interpretations; among other benefits; in this way we can use our applications in the cloud since web technology supports Maple code with procedural and component syntax.


Lenin AC

Ambassador of Maple

I'm fairly new to using Maple and am having a bit of a hard time calculating the following inner product. Firstly, I define the tensors (which to this end I'm not certain they are correctly defined), 




ds2 := - dt^2 + a(t)^2 /( 1-k*r^2)*dr^2 + a(t)^2*r^2*dtheta^2 + a(t)^2*r^2*sin(theta)^2*dphi^2;
Setup(coordinates = spherical, metric = ds2);

e[mu, `~nu`] = Matrix(4, {(1,1)= a(t)/sqrt(1-k*r^2), (2,2)=a(t)*r, (3,3)=a(t)*r*sin(theta), (4,4)=1}, fill=0); (15) 
f[`~mu`, nu] = Matrix(4, {(1,1)=sqrt(1-k*r^2)/(a(t)), (2,2)= 1/(a(t)*r), (3,3)=1/(a(t)*r*sin(theta)), (4,4)=1}, fill=0); (28)

Thus, I defined two mixed tensors e[mu, `~nu`] (one covariant and one contravariant index ) and f[`~mu`, nu] (one contravariant and one covariant index).

Then, I try to take the following inner product between the two mixed tensors and the Christoffel symbols of the second kind, namely,

e[nu, `~alpha`].f[`~sigma`, beta].Christoffel [`~nu`, sigma, mu];

where I used the Physics['.'] command . However, when I try taking this inner product, it returns unevaluated.


Did I define the mixed tensors incorrectly? Does it matter how you define the indices when you're gonna take the inner product? Because taking the inner product of simply e[mu, `~nu`].f[`~mu`, nu] also returns unevaluated. Also, I should mention that  e[mu, `~nu`] and f[`~mu`, nu] are inverses of each other, is there any way to define one and get the other, since, simply changing the way in which the indices are raised and lowered doesn't take the reciprocal of the components. 

Do you agree this solution given by Maple is not correct?

pde := diff(u(x,t),t)+diff(u(x,t),x)=0;
bc  := D[1](u)(0,t)=0;
ic  := u(x,0)=exp(-x^2);
sol:=pdsolve([pde,ic,bc],u(x,t)) assuming x>0,t>0;

Result of pdetest should be zero.

I think the PDE itself is not well posed (I copied it from different forum to see what Maple does with it). But still the solution clearly does not satisfy the PDE itself for x not zero. 

Maple 2019.2.1 with Physics version 573

I am not sure why I cannot do: plot3d([f(x,y,'g(x, y)')], x=0..1,y=0..1).

And the use of single quote in Maple 2019 and 2017 are giving different results. that is, the plot (note, not plot3d) results in the attched script by Maple 2017 and 2019 are different...


Comment écrire les composantes d'un vecteur contravariant avec des indices numériques ? Ce vecteur n'est pas un spacetimevector.

Par exemple : <x^1, x^2,x^3> avec cette écriture maple interprète ces indices comme des nombres et non comme des symboles

Merci pour vore retour

I do a calculation o a simple integral


      int(cosh(cos(2*t)), t = 0 .. 2*Pi)


and get the answer 0 (zero), which I know is incorrect. The cosh function of a real argument is always positive.


If I represent the cosh function as a sum of two exponentials

(1/2)*(int(cosh(cos(2*t)), t = 0 .. 2*Pi) + int(cosh(-cos(2*t)), t = 0 .. 2*Pi))


I get    

2*Pi*BesselI(0, 1)

which looks much better.


What's the matter? Why Maple yields two different results? Victor.



Hello, Probably there is a way to do this easily but I do not quickly find it within the help.

I want


to give a true! random number and not always the same number; otherwise it should be called


Seed is deprecated, not sure it would help though. So how do I go abouts?

I went to save a file in Maple and it had large amounts of calculated data. 

Maple didn't ask me if I also wanted to save that data like it usually does - it just saved it.  Saved a 13Mb worksheet that took 5 minutes to relinquish control on my laptop. 

The function evalf(  ) will encounter a critical bug when doing the following evaluation:

P1 := 1007;
P2 := 1014;
P3 := 1014.1;
evalf(P2 - P1, 2);
evalf(P3 - P1, 2);

The first evalf( ) returns a correct value, while the second one returns a wrong value.
This is really unbelievable!


How I can remove this error for dsolve equation.



"restart:Digits :=15: upsilon:=0.3:E(x):=E0*((x)/((b)))^(beta):rho(x):=rho0*((x)/((b)))^(beta):alpha(x):=alpha0*((x)/((b)))^(beta):a:=0.2:b:=1:omega:=100:E0:=390e9:rho0:=3900:T(x):=Ta+(Tb-Ta)/(ln(b/(a)))*(ln(x)-ln(a)):Ta:=373:Tb:=273:upsilon:=0.25:alpha0:=7e-6:  h(x):=(1-n*(x/(b)))^(k):n:=0.415196:k:=3:beta:=1:    dsys5 := {(1/(b))*( diff(u(x),x,x) )+(1/(b*h(x))*(diff(h(x),x))+1/(b*E(x))*(diff(E(x),x))+1/(b*(x)))*(diff(u(x),x))+((upsilon)/((b^(2)*x))*1/(h(x))*(diff(h(x),x))-1/((b*x)^(2))+(upsilon)/(b^(2)*(x))*1/(E(x))*(diff(E(x),x)))*b*u(x)+(1+upsilon)*((rho(x)*x*b*(omega^(2)))/(E(x))*(1-upsilon)-(alpha(x)*Ta)/(b)*(diff(T(x),x))-((diff(alpha(x),x))/(b)+(alpha(x)*diff(E(x),x))/(b*E(x))+(alpha(x)*diff(h(x),x))/(b*h(x)))*Ta*T(x) ),u(a) = 0,(E(b))/((1-upsilon^(2)))*(D^((1))(u)(b)+upsilon/(x)*D^((0))(u)(b))-(E(b)*alpha(b)*T(b)*Ta)/((1-upsilon^())) =-1}:dsol5 := dsolve(dsys5,abserr=1e-1, 'maxmesh'=900, numeric, method=bvp[middefer],output=listprocedure):fy := eval(u(x),dsol5)"

Error, invalid input: eval received dsol5, which is not valid for its 2nd argument, eqns





how I can gain a function that it is fitting in these data in x and y and z?

please see the following figure.

this curve is a 3D diagram in three coordinates x,y and z.



Here we simulate the motion of a container with a flat bottom that can slide on a horizontal surface subject to dry friction (Coulomb friction).  Installed inside the container is an ordinary mass/spring/damper system where the mass slides horizontally.  We impart an initial velocity to the container.  That sets the mass into motion which then affects the container's motion.  Under certain conditions the container will undergo a stick-slip motion which is evident in the simulation.

This simulation very roughly approximates the motion of a partially filled bucket of water that slides on the floor when kicked.  The idea arose in a discussoin with Carl Love and mmcdara:

In the animation below, the container is shown in dark color when it slides against the floor, and light color when it sticks.



Hello people in mapleprimes,

I could modify an expression e_n_1b to simpler e_n_1e as is in attached file.
Is there any other way to change e_n_1b into e_n_1e?

Thank you in advance.



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