Adri van der Meer

Adri vanderMeer

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University of Twente (retired)
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Yes, the four numbers represent [x,y,z,f(x,y,z)]. see ?plot/structure - look for ISOSURFACE(A)

Now for removing the last number in each list:


there must have been more backquotes than the two you removed

a `:=` 4;
Error, missing operator or `;`

`a `:=` 4`;
a := 4
a, `a `;
a, 4
`a := 4`;
a := 4
b := %;
b := a := 4

All your equations contain

diff(phi,x)   or   diff(phi,y)

I suppose that phi is assigned earlier, as an expression containing x and y (otherwise diff(phi,x) simplifies instantly to zero).
Or do you mean


Please clarify.

If so (i.e: phi is a not specified function of x and y), you can do

eqns := {-2/phi^3*u[0]^2*diff(phi,x)-4/phi^3*w[0]*diff(phi,x)-2*u[0]/phi^3*diff(phi,x)^2,
U := solve( eqns, {u[0],v[0],w[0]} ); # a sequence of solution sets
nops( [U] ); # make a list, and count the number of its elements.

so there are three solutions

Does this what you want?

f := ln( (r1(x,y)+r2(x,y)+d1)/(r1(x,y)+r2(x,y)-d1) ):
df := simplify(diff(f,x));
r1 := (x,y) -> sqrt((x-x1)^2+(y-y1)^2+z^2): alias(R1=sqrt((x-x1)^2+(y-y1)^2+z^2)):
r2 := (x,y) -> sqrt((x-x2)^2+(y-y2)^2+z^2): alias(R2=sqrt((x-x2)^2+(y-y2)^2+z^2)):
d1 := sqrt((x2-x1)^2+(y2-y1)^2): alias(D1=sqrt((x2-x1)^2+(y2-y1)^2)):

So you really want symbolic solutions?
OK here it comes.
I make all parameters symbolic, there is no need to give some of these as floats.

Hrs := -n*Np*(Ans*r^(n*Np-1)-Bns*r^(-n*Np-1))*cos(n*Np*theta):
mu1 := k1*k2*Hrs^(k2-1):
eq1 := Bno*Ro^(-n*Np-1) = Ans*Ro^(n*Np-1)+Bns*Ro^(-n*Np-1):
eq2 := -Bno*Ro^(-n*Np-1) = mu1*(Ans*Ro^(n*Np-1)-Bns*Ro^(-n*Np-1)):
r := Rs:
Hrs := -n*Np*(Ans*r^(n*Np-1)-Bns*r^(-n*Np-1))*cos(n*Np*theta):
mu1 := k1*k2*Hrs^(k2-1):
eq3 := Ans*Rs^(n*Np-1)+Bns*Rs^(-n*Np-1) = Ana*Rs^(n*Np-1)+Bna*Rs^(-n*Np-1):
eq4 := mu1*(Ans*Rs^(n*Np-1)-Bns*Rs^(-n*Np-1)) = Ana*Rs^(n*Np-1)-Bna*Rs^(-n*Np-1):
eq5 := Ana*Rm^(n*Np-1) + Bna*Rm^(-n*Np-1) =
Anm*Rm^(n*Np-1) + Bnm*Rm^(-n*Np-1)+M/(mu2*(1-(n*Np)^2)):
eq6 := Ana*Rm^(n*Np-1) - Bna*Rm^(-n*Np-1) =
mu2*(Anm*Rm^(n*Np-1) - Bnm*Rm^(-n*Np-1)+M/(mu2*n*Np*(1-(n*Np)^2))) -
eq7 := Anm*Rr^(n*Np-1) + Bnm*Rr^(-n*Np-1) + M/(mu2*(1-(n*Np)^2)) = Anr*Rr^(n*Np-1):
eq8 := mu2*(Anm*Rr^(n*Np-1)-Bnm*Rr^(-n*Np-1)+M/(mu2*n*Np*(1-(n*Np)^2))) - Mrad/(n*Np) = mu3*Anr*Rr^(n*Np-1):

We see that only eq2 and eq4 are nonlinear, so we make a linear system for the other six equations:

A,b := GenerateMatrix( {eq1, eq3, eq5, eq6, eq7, eq8},
[Ana, Anm, Anr, Ans, Bna, Bnm, Bno, Bns] ):

A is 6 ×8-matrix. When we solve, we get a solution vector with two free parameters:

sols := LinearSolve(A,b,free='alpha'):

The indexing of the αi's is unpredictable, so we recover

awa := [seq(has~(sols,alpha[i]),i=1..8)]:
aind := NULL:
for i to 8 do
if convert(convert(awa[i],list),`or`) then
aind := aind,i
end if
end do:

Now substitute in the two nonlinear equations, and solve for the free variables.

s1 := Equate( Vector([Ana, Anm, Anr, Ans, Bna, Bnm, Bno, Bns]), sols ):
salpha := solve ( subs( s1, {eq2,eq4} ), {seq(alpha[i],i=aind)} );

[Length of output exceeds limit of 1000000]


A more elegant way is to make the function continuous in the origin by putting the value for (0,0) in a remember table:

f := (x,y) -> sin(sqrt(x^2+y^2))/sqrt(x^2+y^2): f(0.,0.) := 1:

Caution: not f(0,0) becasuse grid points are floats, so plot3d is looking for an index [0.,0.] (floats), and not for [0,0] (integers).

plot3d( f, -3..3, -3..3 );


plot3d( 'f(x,y)', x=-3..3, y=-3..3 );

result in a graph with no hole.

plot3d( f(x,y), x=-3..3, y=-3..3 );

doesn't work, because f(x,y) is immediately replaced by the expression sin(sqrt(x^2+y^2))/sqrt(x^2+y^2) in the plot command (premature evaluation!).

Maple makes a plot bij calculating f(x,y) in a number of gridpoints, derived from the ranges for x and y.
In this case f(0,0) is not defined ("division by zero"), so we have to prevent maple from taking (0.0) as a grid point. An easy way to do this, is to shift the ranges by a small amount

plot3d( sin(sqrt(x^2+y^2))/sqrt(x^2+y^2), x=-3.01..2.99, y=-3.01..2.99);
g := x -> piecewise( x<3, 2*x, 2*x+5 ):

Not exactly the same, but perhaps ?member or ?subset will do:

a := {1,2,3}:
A := {1,2,3,4}:
member( 1, A );
a subset A;

By the assignment

A[m] := ((Ck[m](i,j))/((lam(i,i)-lam(j,j))-(2*m));

you make A[m] a number, not a matrix
If A is a table of zero-matrices, they can be filled by

 A[m](i,j) := some number 

Additionally: count parentheses (and remove some)!

Perhaps yoy can use Markiyan Hirnyk's answer to this previous question.

I'm afraid that there is no other possibiliy than to tell Maple that the two variables are interdependent (btw, what does dx dy mean in this case?) You could do that by

c3 := Int(Int( subs( [x=f(x,y), y=g(x,y)], x*y+y ), x), y);

Use " := " for an assignment; only " = " makes an equation. You typed

k = ln((M-m)/m(k-1))

instead of

k1 := ln((M-m)/(m*(k-1)))

(and: don't use the same variable name in both sides of an assignment).

  • You typed α:=0,85 where 0.85 is intended (I suppose)
  • By
    for k do p[k] := M.p[k-1]; if Norm(p[k]-p[k-1]) < tol then break end if end do:
    you try to build a table p (I suppose), but the variable p is already in use (as a matrix).
    So use another name, and don't forget to initialize:
    q[0] := Vector(n, fill=1/n):
    for k do q[k] := M.q[k-1]; if Norm(q[k]-q[k-1]) < tol then break end if end do:

For example: ex is not




Choose: Tools → Options → Display → Input Display: Maple Notation to get full control over your input.

Perhaps you mean:

u:= Int( (-4*(16*c+3)*exp(-1/2*sqrt(-16*c-3*Zeta)) )/
   (64*exp(-sqrt(-16*c-3*Zeta)) + 256*c*exp(-sqrt(-16*c-3*Zeta)) +
   8*exp(-1/(2)*sqrt(-16*c-3*Zeta)) +1), Zeta);

Then you can try the substitution

v := IntegrationTools:-Change( u, t=sqrt(-16*c-3*Zeta), t );
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