Hello,
I have a discrepancy in the results of the 2 transfer functions.
The implementations in Mathcad and Matlab are identical, so normally I should have the same result.
Mathcad result:
Matlab result:
What could be the reason why the 2 results would not be equal?
Thanks.
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Try using integer values throughout to avoid the symbolic fall into float mode (where it obviously can't cancel expressions).
Here MC15:
Try using integer values throughout to avoid the symbolic fall into float mode (where it obviously can't cancel expressions).
Here MC15:
Thank you very much.
I would do this: I define the complex pulsation s as user 1 as well as x in the program. Then I reset all the variables:
Good. Thank you very much.
@-MFra-
Why did you delete the solution and remove the Mathcad file?
@-MFra-
Maybe other users will find the solution proposed by you very useful and a very good alternative if they encounter such problems.
I was expecting some response. In the absence, I thought that my proposed solution would not interest you.
I do not know how you came to this conclusion that I would not be interested in the solution you proposed.
On the other hand, there may be other users who may use the solution you propose.
The idea is that the more solutions are posted for a problem, the better.
Moreover, I cannot accept 10 solutions for an open problem/topic. These are the rules of the forum. Otherwise, I accept several solutions that solve a problem, without any problem.
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All the solutions that solve the problem in the case for which they are posted, are welcome, without discrimination, without upset (that one was given the acceptance of the solution, and another not), and so on.
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Good. Thanks.