Lenin Araujo Castillo

Prof. Lenin Araujo Castillo

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10 years, 197 days
Physics Pure || Computer Science
Trujillo/La Libertad, Peru

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Simulation Specialist for Dynamic Systems with Maple Classic and Modern Physics. Mathematical Modeling by Maple problems. Basic Science Teaching using ICT's. Business Data Analyst at Maple and MapleSim environment. Expertise in the development of mathematics with embedded components for mobile devices.

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Good book to start studying maple for engineering.

 


 

restart; with(plots)

Australopithecus := [[75, 25], [97, 30], [93, 40], [93, 45], [83, 50], [80, 55], [79, 60], [81, 73], [74, 76], [68, 81], [60, 82], [50, 83], [40, 80], [30, 71], [25, 60], [24, 50], [25, 37], [15, 33], [10, 30], [45, 10], [55, 16], [65, 10], [80, 8], [93, 14], [96, 24]]:

man := [[95, 39], [113, 40], [111, 47], [118, 53], [113, 62], [109, 72], [112, 88], [112, 95], [107, 112], [99, 117], [85, 122], [72, 122], [49, 117], [36, 104], [31, 78], [39, 52], [43, 43], [44, 34], [39, 16], [73, 3], [81, 17], [98, 14], [105, 17], [104, 26], [111, 33]]:

morph := proc (poly1, poly2, t) if nops(poly1) <> nops(poly2) then ERROR("mensaje.") end if; [seq([(1-t)*op(1, op(k, poly1))+t*op(1, op(k, poly2)), (1-t)*op(2, op(k, poly1))+t*op(2, op(k, poly2))], k = 1 .. nops(poly1))] end proc:

display([seq(polygonplot(morph(Australopithecus, man, (1/20)*k), scaling = constrained), k = 0 .. 19)], insequence = true, axes = none);

 

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In this application you can visualize the impulse generated by a constant and variable force for the interaction of a particle with an object in a state of rest or movement. It is also the calculation of the momentum-momentum equation by entering the mass of the particle to solve initial and final velocities respectively according to the case study. Engineering students can quickly display the calculations and then their interpretation. In spanish.

Plot_of_equation_impulse-momentum.mw

Exercises_of_Momentum-Impulse_Linear.mw

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Using the syntax in Maple we develop the energy with conservation equations here we are applying the commands int, factor, solve among others. We also integrate vector functions through the scalar product and finally we calculate conservative fields applying the rotational to a field of force. Exclusive for engineering students. In spanish.

Work_of_a_Force.mw

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Group of exercises solved using Maple scientific software, with the necessary considerations of some basic commands: evalf and convert that will show the solutions with the user-defined digits and the angular measurement in sexagesimal degrees. Important use of the law of the triangle through of vector position applied to vectors in vector spaces, vector force and vector moment for engineering students. In spanish.

Exercises_of_vectors_forces_and_moment_with_Maple.mw

Videotutorial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxpO0gc5GCA

Lenin Araujo Castillo

Ambassador of Maple

The development of the calculation of moments using force vectors is clearly observed by taking a point and also a line. Different exercises are solved with the help of Maple syntax. We can also visualize the vector behavior in the different configurations of the position vector. Applications designed exclusively for engineering students. In Spanish.

Moment_of_a_force_using_vectors_updated.mw

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Ambassador of Maple

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