Are the various values of randomly spaced or are they evenly spaced ? What do you mean by boundary condotions in this context ?
Hey all, Just wondering if anyone uses mathcad prime 1.0?
I'm using it at the moment and trying to find the co-efficients of an 8th order polynomial using boundary conditions.
if anyone can help me set up and solve this equation it would be much appreciated!
Here is the equation:
(@EQ (@LABEL VARIABLE L) (+ (+ (+ (+ (+ (+ (+ (+ (* (@LABEL VARIABLE A) (^ θ 8)) (* B (^ θ 7))) (* C (^ θ 6))) (* D (^ θ 5))) (* E (^ θ 4))) (* F (^ θ 3))) (* G (^ θ 2))) (* H θ)) I))
Ok cant just copy paste I see!
I have only 3 boundary conditions:
if x= 90 then L= 11.5, if x=45 then L=11.5/2 if L=0 then x=0
As for how the constants are spaced I have no idea.
x is actually theta but I couldnt find that here. x is an angle
Its for a Cam design project
You could do if that is acceptable to your design. Can you make use of symmetry in some way ? Is it symmetrical about some axis ? If you do manage to generate some more points, calculations are easier if the values are equally spaced. BTW, I know nothing about MathCad. What we are talking about is independent of MathCad (or any other calculating device).