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*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg72821] Re: [mg72808] Help with plotting and iterations
*From*: Bob Hanlon <hanlonr at cox.net>
*Date*: Sun, 21 Jan 2007 05:33:29 -0500 (EST)
*Reply-to*: hanlonr at cox.net
result[p_]:=Module[{a=1/2,b=1/4,h=1/4,
m,m1,z,t,t1,t2,b1,c,x,aa,bb},
m=b/a;
m1=Sqrt[1-m^2];
z=(p-I*h);
t=ArcSin[z];
t1=Re[t];
t2=-Im[t];
b1=Cot[t1]^2+m^2*Sinh[t2]-m1;
c=m1^2*Cot[t1]^2;
x=Reduce[{x^2 - b1*x - c==0,x>=0},x]//
Last//N;
aa=ArcCot[Sqrt[x]];
bb=ArcTan[Sqrt[x/m1]];
{EllipticF[aa,m],EllipticF[bb,m1]}];
TableForm[Join[
Table[Prepend[result[p],p],{p,0.01,0.99,0.01}],
Table[Prepend[result[p],p],{p,1,10}]],
TableHeadings->{None,{"p","Faa","Fbb"}}]
ParametricPlot[result[p], {p, 0.01, Pi},
AxesLabel->{"Faa","Fbb"},ImageSize->432];
Bob Hanlon
---- ashesh <ashesh.cb at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hello All,
>
> Need help in working with Mathematica to determine (result_aa,
> result_bb) values over a range of variable "p".
>
> p = 0.01;
>
> a = 0.5; b = 0.25; h = 0.25;
> m = b/a;
> m1 = Sqrt[1-m m];
> z = (p-i h)/b; (z is complex and (i h) represents imaginary part)
> t = ArcSin[z];
> t1 = Re[t];
> t2 = -Im[t];
> b1 = Cot[t1]^2 + m^2*Sinh[t2]-m1;
> c = m1^2*Cot[t1]^2;
> Solve[x^2 - b1*x - c,x];
> x = x/. %
> x = Last[x]; {i need the positive root from the two}
> aa = ArcCot[Sqrt[x]];
> bb = Arctan[Sqrt[x/m1]];
> Faa = EllipticF[aa,m];
> Fbb = EllipticF[bb,m1];
>
> result_aa(count) = Faa;
> result_bb(count) = Fbb;
> count = count+1
>
> I would like to determine the values of Faa and Fbb over a range of p =
> 0.01 to 10 with increments of 0.01 till 1.0 and then an increment of 1,
> that is [0.01:0.01:1 2:1:10]
>
> Finally, I would like to plot with result_aa along x-axis and result_bb
> along y-axis.
>
> Hope some one can solve the above problem.
>
> Ashesh
>
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