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Hi everyone,
I want to do a linear interpolation for k in MATHCAD from this table taken from EC2.
As you see, if the division c1/c2 is <= 0.5 the value must be 0.45 and if the division is greater than 3 k is equal to 0.8.
How can i solve this.
Nota: I'm new to MATHCAD.
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The easiest way IMHO without the need of any programming is to add values at both ends of the table with k-values equal to the end values and then just make use of the built-in "linterp" function to do the linear interpolation:
Prime 10 worksheet attached
Hello there,
Use the programming operator to create a function k(c_ratio) as shown below:
Great Thanks.
The easiest way IMHO without the need of any programming is to add values at both ends of the table with k-values equal to the end values and then just make use of the built-in "linterp" function to do the linear interpolation:
Prime 10 worksheet attached
Thank you for your response.