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ode := diff(sqrt(U(t)), t) = sqrt(U__0)-sqrt(U(t))

ics := U(0) = 0

dsolve({ics, ode})

 

And the result maple returns is U(t)=0 !

 

 

Diff_EQ_sample_questions.pdf

 

This is a link to two sample questions I am trying to learn how to solve using maple. I am using maple student edition of maple. Any help would be great. Thank you.

 

 

Maplesoft regularly hosts live webinars on a variety of topics. Below you will find details on some upcoming webinars we think may be of interest to the MaplePrimes community.  For the complete list of upcoming webinars, visit our website.

 

Hollywood Math (with more new examples!)

Over its storied and intriguing history, Hollywood has entertained us with many mathematical moments in film. John Nash in “A Beautiful Mind,” the brilliant janitor in “Good Will Hunting,” the number theory genius in “Pi,” and even Abbott and Costello are just a few of the Hollywood “mathematicians” that come to mind.

Although the widespread presentation of mathematics on the silver screen is not always entirely accurate, it does serve as a great introduction to the study of mathematics in general. During this webinar Maplesoft will present a number of examples of mathematics in film. See relevant, exciting examples that you can use to engage your students.At the end of the webinar you’ll be given an opportunity to download an application containing all of the Hollywood examples that we demonstrate.

To join us for the live presentation, please click here to register.

 

Applications of Symbolic Computation in Control Design

You may already use Maple and/or MapleSim within your organization to solve various problems, but did you know that they have capabilities for control design as well? In one of our upcoming featured webinars for this month, we will explore the Control Design toolbox including the ability to extract symbolic equations of plant models, perform symbolic linearization, design symbolic controllers, and generate very fast code for HIL testing.

The following examples will be demonstrated:

• PID Control

• LQR, Kalman filter design

• Gain scheduling

• Feedback linearization

To join us for the live presentation, please click here to register.

Hi,

I have written a for-end loop and put all the outcomes of the loop in a matrix and now I want to plot these results but for some reason maple won't plot the matrix in a correct way. If I copy-paste the matrix into an new file maple plots it correct. What is the reason that maple won't plot it in my original file?

Here is my file. 

restart;
Parameters
L := 20; Q := 20; n := 8; h := 3; EAv := 1;
Mat := Matrix(10, 2, storage = sparse);
a := 1;
loop L1
for L1 from .6 by .1 to 1.5 do
L1 := L1;
L2 := 2*L1;
L3 := 1.6*L2;
L4 := (1/2)*L-L1-L2-L3;
alfa1 := evalf(arctan(h/L1));
alfa2 := evalf(arctan(h/L2));
alfa3 := evalf(arctan(h/L3));
alfa4 := evalf(arctan(h/L4));
F4 := (1/2)*Q*L4;
F3 := (1/2)*Q*L3+(1/2)*Q*L4+F4;
F2 := (1/2)*Q*L2+(1/2)*Q*L3+F3;
F1 := (1/2)*Q*L1+(1/2)*Q*L2+F2;
w1 := evalf((1+sin(alfa1)^3)*F1*L1/(EAv*sin(alfa1)^2*cos(alfa1)));
w2 := evalf((1+sin(alfa2)^3)*F2*L2/(EAv*sin(alfa2)^2*cos(alfa2)));
w3 := evalf((1+sin(alfa3)^3)*F3*L3/(EAv*sin(alfa3)^2*cos(alfa3)));
w4 := evalf((1+sin(alfa4)^3)*F4*L4/(EAv*sin(alfa4)^2*cos(alfa4)));
kkm := (w1-w2)^2+(w2-w3)^2+(w3-w4)^2; Mat(a, 1) := L1;
Mat(a, 2) := kkm;
a := a+1
end do;

with(plots);
pointplot(Mat);

 

Updates are now available for both Maple 18 and MapleSim 6.4.

Maple 18.01 includes a variety of enhancements, including:

  • Significantly enhanced  efficiency for many  numerical linear algebra computations
  • New keyboard shortcuts for “Execute All” ([Ctrl or Cmd]+[Shift]+[Enter]) and for entering slideshow mode ([F11] or [Cmd]+[F11])
  • Improved export of 2-D plots
  • PDF export improvements for documents that include  code edit regions
  • Enhancements to the limit command

 To get this update, you can use Tools>Check for Updates from within Maple, or visit Maple 18.01 Downloads.

MapleSim 6.4.01 includes:

  • Improvements to the templates for creating custom components using discrete state space and discrete transfer function descriptions
  • Improved handling of variable names that include both symbols and numbers
  • UTF-8 filename support
  • Improved backwards compatibility of the Parameter Inspector with older models

 

In MapleSim, use  Help>Check for Updates or visit MapleSim 6.4.01 Update. For best performance, we recommend that you run MapleSim 6.4.01 with Maple 18.01.

 

eithne

This is the first presentation of updates for the DE and Mathematical Functions programs of Maple 18. It includes several improvements, all in the Mathematical Functions sector, as well as some fixes. The update and instructions for its installation are available on the Maplesoft R&D webpage for DEs and mathematical functions. Some of the items below were mentioned here in Mapleprimes - you are welcome to present suggestions or issues; if possible they will be addressed right away in the next update.

  • Filling gaps in the FunctionAdvisor regarding all the 6 complex components: abs, argument, conjugate, Im, Re, signum, as well as regarding Heaviside (step function), Dirac, min and max.
  • Fix the simplification and differentation rule for doublefactorial
  • Make convert(..., hypergeometric) work the same way as convert(blabla, hypergeom)
  • Implement integral forms for Heaviside(z) and JacobiAM(z, k) via convert(..., Int)
  • Implement appropriate display for the inert %intat function as well as its conversion to the inert Int
  • Make the FunctionAdvisor/DE return not just the PDE system satisfied by f(z, k) = JacobiAM(z, k)and also (new) the ODE satisfied by f(z) = JacobiAM(z, k)
  • Fix conversion rule from Heaviside(z) to Sum
  • Fix unexpected error interruption when differentiating min(...) and max(...) containing more than three arguments
  • Fix issue in simplify/conjugate
  • Improvement in expand/int: factors in disguise are put outside the integration sign
  • Various improvements in the case of multiple integrals involving the Dirac function
  • Make Intat fully inert (before it was evaluating its arguments)
  • Make value of inert indexed objects work

Edgardo S. Cheb-Terrab
Physics, Differential Equations and Mathematical Functions, Maplesoft

I have a table of data arranged in the following columns: Year, Jan, Feb, Mar,..,Dec in Excel or csv

I would like to import this data into a time series in Maple so I can plot the result.

What is the simplest way of doing this?

 

is there a built in command to get rid of terms of some order or greater in a given variable?

say i have:

myeq:=diff(mu[m](t), t, t) = (-2*d^2*phi[0]^2-2*phi[0]^2)*mu[m](t)/(2*C_J*phi[0]^2*L)+(J*L*sin(mu[m](t)/phi[0])*d^2+J*sin(mu[m](t)/phi[0])*L)*mu[p](t)^2/(2*C_J*phi[0]^2*L)+J*cos(mu[m](t)/phi[0])*d^3*mu[p](t)/(phi[0]*C_J)+(I_b*L*d*phi[0]^2-2*J*L*sin(mu[m](t)/phi[0])*phi[0]^2-d^2*Phi[xx]*phi[0]^2-phi[0]^2*Phi[xx])/(2*C_J*phi[0]^2*L);

and i want to get rid of all terms of O(d^2).

i know i can do this

lhs(myeq)=algsubs(d^2=0, rhs(myeq));

or

lhs(myeq)=convert(series(rhs(myeq), d=0, 2), polynom);

but I wonder if there is a built-in command. 

thanks

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Maple WWW is a technology that brings Maple Worksheets to the World Wide Web. The technology provides a web application to view and share interactive scientific documents across the web. Maple WWW allows to open Maple worksheets in your browser without any additional plugins or extensions.

You can read more about the technology here:
http://digi-area.com/light/MapleWWW/

You can see the technology in action right here using the following embedded Maple Worksheet!

 

 

Hi , everyone who love Maple and dsolve command, 

my ODE is :

sys_ode := diff(d11(m), m) = -(3*sin(m)^2-1)*d31(m)/a^(3/2)+(-3*cos(m)*sin(m)/a^(3/2))*d41(m), diff(d21(m), m) = (-3*cos(m)*sin(m)/a^(3/2))*d31(m)-(3*cos(m)^2-1)*d41(m)/a^(3/2), diff(d31(m), m) = -a^(3/2)*d11(m), diff(d41(m), m) = -a^(3/2)*d21(m)

using " dsolve([sys_ode]) " command could get the solution easily, and the solution contains "I" (imaginary domain).

However, when we substitute the solution into the ODE "sys_ode", find not correct !

we use the following command to check the solution :

 simplify(  -diff(d11(m), m) -(3*sin(m)^2-1)*d31(m)/a^(3/2)+(-3*cos(m)*sin(m)/a^(3/2))*d41(m)  )

the upper expression is supposed to be zero, but not ! Is it a bug in Maple dsolve ?

For solving problem sets, I have a pdf template I created for myself that has a header with a blank for the class name, TA, professor, date, etc. In addition to this header, I had a margin on the left to scribble questions I had and to holepunch. 

 

I used to print out the template and write on the template and turn in that as my pset.

 

I am nowthinking of doing everything on the computer. Writing out all of the problem set on the computer. Combining stuff from maple, combining handwritten stuff from the computer using a digitizer. However I want to write it all on top of the my template that I created, which is a pdf file. I can turn the pdf into an image file if need be. 

 

What would be the easiest way to do what I want? To open a program that automatically sets that pdf as the template and easily lets me handwrite stuff I want and paste in maple code? 

 

Right now if I tried my idea, I would basically be constantly copying and pasting stuff from maple and my digitizer drawn pictures/equations into one file and it would be very clumsy.

 

Basically there are problems that I do partially on maple and I just want to unify all my work into one easy, printable file. 

Hi! 

When trying to find the fundamental solution of the Heat equation using Maple (software), I get the following Error message which seems to have no documentation available (?) :

Using :

          PDE := -(diff(f(x, t), t))+(diff(f(x, t), x, x))*Di = 0

assume(epsilon > 0);

pdsys := [PDE, f(x, 0) = Dirac(x-epsilon)];

pdsolve(pdsys, build)

"Error, (in casesplit/K) this version of casesplit is not yet handling the function: Dirac"

Anybody has an idea what that is? (Using Maple 17) . How can I solve this problem ? 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_equation

 

Thanking you on Advance, 

Erez . 

Hi,

I have been looking at some new models of Casio Scientific Calculators and came across with "Fx-115es Plus" Model which seem to have a some sort of simple CAS(Computer Algebra System) built into it.


Two new features which i really liked were

(i) Ability to make any part of the expression inert and simplying the rest.

(ii) Fully Integrated Repeated decimal display for fractions.

 

I want to ask if there is any builtin commands that can achieve these two effects in maple.

I will give some example for each of these

(i) simplifying say 2^3*2^4 in maple gives 32.

but forexample if i want to make 2 in the bases inert then simplifying the result should give 2^7

if i make 3 inert then the result is 16*2^3

if i make 4 inert then the result is 8*2^4

another example say (2^3)^4 in maple gives 4096

but if i make 2 inert then the result should be 2^12

if i make 3 inert then the result is 16^3

if i make 4 inert then the result is 8^4

In this way it is possible to keep any interesting part of large complex expression unevaluated and simplifying the rest across it to maintain focus on the interesting part.

I know i can try to achieve this effect by using unevaluation quotes but they get messy and harder to track in large nested forms.

Another approach might be to replace the inert parts by explicit undeclared symbols with required assumptions and simplifying, but this is not it.

I know in Maple 18 they have introduced some package called InertForm or something, can it achieve this effect and also mark inert parts of the expression as grey like it is possible for some operators.

(ii) the example for the second is quite obvious, say given the fraction 237/14, evalf of this gives 16.92857143 but a result like 16.9Overscript[285714, _] is more closer to differentiation it from a irrational expansion. Sorry i donot know how to pretty print this here.

Another advantage is when i want to give some large repeating decimal expansion and have maple convert it to fractional form. Currently i have no idea how many times to repeat the decimals explicitly to make maple understand that it is a repeating decimal expansion.

Hi Maple-Prime-ers!

I have a system of equations, containing 18 variables and 13 equations, making this a 5 degree of freedom (DOF) system.  I would like to analytically solve each of the equations in terms of each of these DOFs.  Normally I would use solve(system, dof_variables) to accomplish this, but it doesn't return anything.  Not even [].

I can solve this system by hand.  I've included a hand-solution involving isolate() and subs() in the attached worksheet.  I'm looking to incorporate this in an optimization algorithm with varying system, so I would like an automated way of doing this.

Does anybody have any suggestions to get solve to work as intended?

 

3driversys_FD_BRAKE_ICE_GEN.mw

 

Here is the system I am talking about:

 

 

The free variables are:  {FD_T, FD_W, ICE_T, EM2_T, BRAKE_T}

 

I'm looking for a solution in this form:

 

 

 

 

 

Hi, 
I love programming in Maple and I am interested in using MapleNet to display Maplets I have created. However, I am a novice in software and web technology. My questions, do I only need creating Maple worksheets, establishing interfaces and uploading the worksheets at an appropriate server in order to be able using MapleNet without any additional software? Can MapleNet display both GUI-based and command-driven-based Maplets on the web? Btw, I already read and downloaded "5 Developing Worksheets for MapleNet" but I do not fully understand its contents due to technical terms used in it.
I noticed that the following website: http://www.maplenet.net/ offers web services commercially. Does this website
have any relationship with MapleNet from Maplesoft or one of the most appropriate servers to upload and play our worksheets with MapleNet?

Thanks in advance for any helpful reply.

Loeky

email: L.Haryanto@unhas.ac.id


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