hai all
hwo to get the solution of the d , from the equation (k-w^2*m)*Phi
This does not make sense.
The variable 'd' is not in the equation you provide, so you cannot solve for it.
Note that 'find' can only be used in a 'solve block', and a solve block cannot be used in a program.
Where is the worksheet?
What exactly are you trying to achieve?
Luc
Hi
(k-w^2*m)*Phi
Can be expressed as k*Phi=w^2*m*Phi
You can resolve w^2=genvals(k,m). So w is simply the element by element square root of genvals(k.m).
You can resolve the modes as modes=genvecs(k,m).
Regards
Terry
thanks for your help
kindly how to get the values of phi (eign values ) like as shown in figure below
Hi,
You can resolve w^2=genvals(k,m). So w is simply the element by element square root of genvals(k.m).
You can resolve phi as phi=genvecs(k,m). Each column of phi is a mode shapes.
Regards
Terry
THANKS FOR HELPING ME
IT IS WORKING NOW
THANKS
@mostafaelhodiry wrote:
thanks for your help
kindly how to get the values of phi (eign values ) like as shown in figure below
Just type in what terry had already written a few times. There is no more to it!
Here is an example with the values you provided in a file you attached in another post: