Illustrates PTC Mathcad's ability to symbolically solve an ordinary differential equation using Laplace transforms. In this example, from dynamics, the worksheet demonstrates how to find the motion of a mass m attached to a spring and dashpot due to a known applied force.
This worksheet illustrates PTC Mathcad's ability to symbolically solve an ordinary differential equation. In this example the worksheet shows you how to find the solution to a linear equation of first order in the canonical (standard) form using the integrating factor method.
This worksheet using PTC Mathcad helps you to fit a hyperbolic function to collected data. This worksheet shows you how you can use the "minimize" solver function to fit a simple hyperbolic function to some data.
This PTC Mathcad worksheet walks you through an example of two random variables with joint density. It then visualizes the density function via surface and contour plots, and calculates the probability of an event.
This worksheet using PTC Mathcad shows you how to describe the network for a five-bus power system, using a matrix containing the transmitting and receiving bus numbers, the series impedance, and shunt admittance.
This worksheet using PTC Mathcad software describes the search for an ideal uniform random number generator, ultimately proving that the logistic random number generator simulates the behavior of the ideal uniform random number generator.
This worksheet discusses how the output of a manufacturing process can be sampled to control the quality of the items shipped and how this sampling can be performed by plotting three performance curves.
Shows how you can model SAW sensors in aerospace vehicles. The lack of support for transcendentals within the Differential Algebraic Equation framework prevents the use of the frequency domain analysis in analog extended Hardware Description Languages.
This worksheet using PTC Mathcad provides you with the basic Streeter Phelps equation which allows for the calculation of the dissolved oxygen deficit in a stream or river as a function of the distance downstream.