## 499 Reputation

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## Adding and ploting complex numbers...

Maple 14

Hi all,

For example, I have:

restart:

with(VectorCalculus):

z1:=1+I*5;

z2:=6-I*3;

I want to plot three vectors which are represented by z1, z2 and z1+z2.

I can plot them as:

PlotVector([<Re(z1),Im(z1)>,<Re(z2),Im(z2)>,<Re(z1+z2),Im(z1+z2)>],color=[red,blue,yellow]);

But the three vectors have origin at point x:=0 and y:=0.

I can change this by applying VectorSpace as:

vs1 := VectorSpace('cartesian', [0, 0...

## assigna value to assumed parameter...

Maple 14

Hi,

I have this problem when I use assume and assign a value to an assumed parameter.

Example:

restart:assume(beta>0):

g:=int(Sum(5*sin(n*beta*x),n=1..5),x) ;

beta:=1;

g;

Normaly beta:=1 is replaced into g. The result obtained is function of beta and beta:=1 is not replaced.

Why beta:=1 is not replaced in g ?

Thanks for suggestion

## Fourier serie with variable parameters...

Maple 14

Hi all,

I have this piecewise function:

Mr := theta->piecewise(theta>=0 and theta<=(Pi/(2*p))-(beta/2),0,theta>(Pi/(2*p))-(beta/2) and theta<=(Pi/(2*p))+(beta/2),Br/mu0,theta>(Pi/(2*p))+(beta/2) and theta<=((3*Pi)/(2*p))-(beta/2),0,theta>((3*Pi)/(2*p))-(beta/2) and theta<=((3*Pi)/(2*p))+(beta/2),-Br/mu0,theta>((3*Pi)/(2*p))+(beta/2) and theta<=2*Pi/p,0);

I want to calculate the Fourier serie of this function without giving...

## Documentation from internet...

Hi all,

I am interested to find documentation from internet in using Maplesim for power electronics simulations. Like Gradators and frequency variators etc...

I can not find any documentations.

Could you if exist any web site for modeling in power electronics and perhaps with Maplesim

Thanks in advance for any help

Kamel

## Inverting x axes in a Plot...

Maple 14

Hi all,

I have this function:

restart:

I2:=g->(200*g)/sqrt(0.04+g^2);

plot(I2(g),g=0..1);

plot(I2(g),g=1..0);

Those two plots give the same result.

Is it possible to invert the x axes to start from 1 ?

I also tried this below, but the result is as above.

x:=seq([g,I2(g)],g=1..0,-0.02);

pointplot([x],style=line);

Thanks

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