I am trying to use the symbolic solver in Mathcad to solve three simultaneous equations. I have done this using the numeric solver and am trying to check the results.
The attached sheet shows my attempt at this, but when I insert values for the variables I get different answers depending on which equation I use. I think the way I am trying to use the solver allows Mathcad to take values from the wrong place.
I would be extremely grateful if anyone can help.
Unfortunately, I'monly going to confuse the issue further.
If you put the three equations into a matrix (3 X 1), then you can solve for a 3 X 1 matrix of RL, RU, and Pw; The result "is too large to display, but can be used if assigned to a function. In the attached sheet (rev A) I have done that, look for the red.
That function can be evaluated for your conditions. It does not, however, give the results you plotted.
There was a discussion about how to raise the size of what could be displayed. I can see the expressions for RL and RU, but Pw is still too large.
Attached is a sheet with symbolic equations assigned to supplementary variables.
Hopefully I haven't disturbed the basic (initial) equations, but there are 2 differences noted in the results.
Without knowing the derivation its difficult to say if these are 'correct' but the R.l & R.h values are matched so a step closer.
Hope this helps