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Dear all,

I am trying to run a maple worksheet as an input file, in another maple worksheet. Therefore, I have exported my input worksheet to an inputfile (.mpl).

In the input file I have a variable H, which I vary in the second worksheet.

B := Import("C:\\Users\\s110950\\Dropbox\\Afstuderen\\New formula\\Importdata\\161005 - Staalprofielen.xlsx", "Blad1", "A7:AA344");

V := ["IPE 330", "IPE 360"];
currentdir("C:\\Users\\s110950\\Dropbox\\Afstuderen\\New formula\\Afrondingstraal")

for i  from 1 to 2 do
H := V[i];
cmaple.exe<"C:\\Users\\s110950\\Dropbox\\Afstuderen\\New formula\\Afrondingstraal\\Model38loop.mpl">;
 end do; 

However, it does not run the file. Does anyone know how to make it run?

Kind regards,
Bastiaan Overdorp

Dear all,

My script has multiple animations, in which the range of the variable is larger then I wish to see. Therefore, I have used the view=[x1..x2,y1..y2] command, which has different values for every plot. Plotted seperately, this gives me exactly what I want. However, if I combine the plots using display(A,B,C) they loose their individual views. Instead, maple chooses the view of plot A, and plots B an C in the range defined by view A. 

Is there a way to combine plots and still maintain individual views, within the largest view?

Kind regards,
Bastiaan Overdorp

Dear all,

I am creating an animation, and I was wondering if I can add a multiplier to my equation in a specific range.  So starting from z:=0.2 add a multiplier (z+1). The code I have so far is added. Does anyone know a code for this?

Kind regards

a := -1/2; b := 1/2; c := -2; d := 2; n := 20; 
g := proc (x) options operator, arrow; value(Int(sigma(t), t = 0 .. x)) end proc; 
sigma := proc (z) options operator, arrow; 2*sqrt(2*h^2-4*z^2)*z/h^2 end proc; 
h := i/n; 
for i to n do 
an2[i] := plot(sigma(z), z = -(1/2)*h .. (1/2)*h, view = [a .. b, c .. d], color = AQUAMARINE); 
an3[i] := plot(2*g(x), x = 0 .. (1/2)*h, view = [a .. b, c .. d], color = RED) 
end do; 
p := plots[display]([seq(an2[i], i = 1 .. n)], insequence = true); 
q := plots[display]([seq(an3[i], i = 1 .. n)], insequence = true); display(p, q)



I want to join two animations, but displayed subsequently, not simultaniously, As far as I got, I have:

plot2 := plots[animate](plot, [tau[1], z = -(1/2)*J .. (1/2)*J, color = red, legend = shear*stress], h = 1 .. 1+1/sqrt(3));
plot3 := plots[animate](plot, [tau[2], z = -(1/2)*h .. (1/2)*h, color = red, legend = shear*stress], h = 0 .. 1);
display([plot2, plot3], insequence = true);

my functions are difined as

tau[1] := h-1+(4/3)*(1/sqrt(3)-h+1)*sqrt(3)*(sqrt(3)*((1/4)*J^2-z^2)/(J^2*b))
tau[2] := (4/3)*sqrt(3)*((1/4)*h^2-z^2)/(h^2*b)

Both plots work individually, however, they have successive ranges. I wondered if I could make 1 plot, with an if statement wether to plot tau[1] or tau[2] depending on where the animation is in the range h. Does anyone know about a solution?

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