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**Engineering Computation using MATLAB**

Welcome to Chapter 1 of Matlab for Engineers. In this chapter we’ll introduce you to the Matlab computer software program Dr Simin Nasseri, Mechanical Engineering Technology Department, Southern Polytechnic State University

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**Matlab MATLAB stands for Matrix Laboratory**

Developed primarily by Cleve Moler in the 1970's MATLAB was originally written in Fortran, then later rewritten in C. Derived from FORTRAN subroutines LINPACK and EISPACK, linear and eigenvalue systems. Rewritten in C in the 1980's with more functionality, which include plotting routines.

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Matlab MATLAB is one of a number of commercially available, sophisticated mathematical computation tools Others include Maple Mathematica (MATLAB's competitor = the symbolic computation program) MathCad MATLAB is more convenient for numerical analysis and linear algebra. It is frequently used in engineering community. Mathematica has superior symbolic manipulation, making it popular among physicists. We’ll take a look at what the software can do, introduce the student edition of Matlab, and we’ll look at some examples of how Matlab is used in industry. Finally, we’ll introduce a problem solving strategy that is commonly used in science and engineering.

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Why Matlab?! MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming environment. MATLAB is a modern programming language environment: it has sophisticated data structures, contains built-in editing and debugging tools, and supports object-oriented programming. These factors make MATLAB an excellent tool for teaching and research.

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**Why Matlab?! MATLAB is widely used. MATLAB is easy to use.**

MATLAB is interpreted (not compiled), errors are easy to fix. MATLAB is optimized to be relatively fast when performing matrix operations.

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Why Matlab?! A systematic problem solving strategy makes it more likely you’ve found the right answer. Built in programming language (Matlab is a package + a language). Not a general purpose language like C++ or Java. Matlab Excels at Numerical calculations (Especially involving matrices) and Graphics.

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Weaknesses MATLAB is not a general purpose programming language such as C, C++, or FORTRAN. MATLAB is designed for scientific computing, and is not well suitable for other applications. MATLAB commands are specific for MATLAB usage. Most of them do not have a direct equivalent with other programming language commands.

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Summary MATLAB® is a high-level language and interactive environment that enables you to perform computationally intensive tasks faster than with traditional programming languages such as C, C++, and Fortran. Introduction and Key Features Developing Algorithms and Applications Analyzing and Accessing Data Visualizing Data Performing Numeric Computation Publishing Results and Deploying Applications

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Matlab 2010 The MathWorks Inc. was created (1984) to market and continue development of MATLAB. MATLAB is updated regularly. The Mathworks packages their software in groups, called releases. Each one contains: MATLAB Simulink A number of specialized “toolboxes” 1. Matlab is published by a company call the Mathworks. Their software is usually packaged in groups, called releases. 2. This text refers to release 14, which includes Matlab 7, Simulink – which is a companion program used to model dynamic systems - and a number of specialized toolboxes. Toolboxes are groups of functions unique to certain industries or tasks. For example there is a data analysis toolbox with expanded capability past what ships with a standard Matlab installation. These toolboxes are sold separately.

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**New Release Naming System**

They will be issuing updates twice a year R2010a R2010b MATLAB comes in both a student and professional edition. Student editions are available for: Windows Operating Systems Mac OS Linux

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**How is MATLAB used in Industry?**

Widespread, especially in the signal processing field Tool of choice in Academia for most engineering fields Some examples…. Matlab is widely used both in industry and in academia. It has found particularly wide acceptance in the signal processing field, and so is very common in Electrical engineering departments in colleges and universities. However, in the last several years it has been steadily replacing general purpose programming languages in all the engineering disciplines.

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**Electrical Engineering**

These images simulate the visual system used in a housefly brain to detect collisions. The techniques developed are being used in autonomous robot systems that depend upon vision for navigation. The data was processed using MATLAB. For example, a project currently underway at the University of Utah Department of Electrical Engineering is using information from a video camera to simulate the visual system used in a housefly brain to detect collisions. The data is processed using Matlab, then used in an autonomous robot system that depends on vision for navigation. The image on the left is the unprocessed data from the video camera – the two pictures on the right have been processed using Matlab. Potential uses for this technology include both collision warning and eventually autopilot systems for cars.

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**Biomedical Engineering**

Matlab is also being used in the medical field. These images were created from MRI data, using Matlab. The actual data set is included with the standard Matlab installation, allowing you experiment with manipulating the data yourself. These images were created from MRI scan data using MATLAB. The actual data set is included with the standard MATLAB installation, allowing you experiment with manipulating the data yourself.

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**Statics and Structures**

The motion of an idealised two span bridge under the action of a moving point force across its surface, when the force velocity is equal to the first critical speed. The animation was created in matlab, using the analytical equations of motion derived in "Vibration of solids and structures under moving loads" Fryba, L, 1999

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Dynamics Click and watch

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**Robotics Click and watch**

In this Cartesian Motion we have fixed the TCP (Tool Center Point) in space at pos=(430,0,750). This simulation was made with Matlab R12. Click and watch

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Fluid Dynamics Computational fluid dynamics is an area that is especially well suited to formulating problems as matrices. This particular image is the result of a finite element analysis. A gas generator, in the lower left corner of the model creates high temperature and pressure gas, which travels thru a curved pipe shown near the center of the model, and into a “plenum” – which is just a fancy word for a gas holding tank. The arrows represent both the direction in which the gas is traveling, and the velocity of the gas. This is actually a three dimensional image, which could be rotated in Matlab and viewed from any angle. Results from a finite element analysis code were post processed using MATLAB to create this image.

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**3D Plotting and Volume Visualization**

A 3-D isosurface plot revealing the geodesic dome structure of a carbon-60 or “fullerene” molecule (molecules composed entirely of carbon).

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**Widely used in Academia**

eg. University of Colorado:

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MET?!

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Working with Matlab We’ll start learning the details of how to use MATLAB now: In Windows or Apple operating systems click on the desktop icon In Unix type: MATLAB at the shell prompt. MATLAB opens to a default window configuration: Of course, at this point we haven’t learned how to use Matlab, however you can see from the following demonstration just how easy it is to use the command window.

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**MATLAB uses a standard windows menu bar**

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**There are 7 windows. Lets see what they are.**

MATLAB Windows MATLAB uses several different windows to display data, commands and results. There are 7 windows. Lets see what they are. Here you see the Matlab desktop. In the command window we first define a variable called E that represents the amount of energy used in one day. Notice that Matlab uses a syntax similar to that used on your calculator for scientific notation. Now we need to change the value of E to J/day, by multiplying by the appropriate conversion factors – 3600 for seconds to hours and 24 for hours to days Next we define a variable c to represent the speed of light. Finally we can combine these variables and solve for the mass. As you can see, we calculate that mass is equal to 3.7 times 10 to the 14th kg.

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**1- Command Window 4- Current Directory 2- Command History**

Enter commands at the prompt 4- Current Directory 2- Command History 3- Workspace Window

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**You can use the command window much like you’d use a calculator**

Enter commands at the prompt You can use the command window much like you’d use a calculator The standard order of operation rules apply

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**1- Command Window 1- Command Window Enter commands at the prompt**

Similar to a scratch pad Once you hit enter, you can’t edit any commands You can retype them or use the arrow keys to retrieve commands and edit them before hitting enter again

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**2- Command History 2- Command History**

You can transfer commands from the command history to the command window Double click on a command Click and drag

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**2- Command History 2- Command History**

Records the commands you issue in the command window When you exit the command window, or when you issue the clc command, the command window is cleared But the command history remains

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**3- Workspace Window 3-Workspace Window**

Variables that you introduce are written here.

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**Scalar Vector 2-D Matrix**

Keeps track of the variables you’ve defined (Name, Value, Size, Bytes, Class) You may need to click on the name bar and select size and bytes in order to see these parameters

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**4- Current Directory window**

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**4- Current Directory Window**

The current directory window is a list of files. When you try to load information from a file or try to save information – MATLAB uses the current directory.

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5- Document Window If you double click on any variable in the workspace window MATLAB launches a document window containing the array editor. You can edit variables in the array editor.

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5- Document Window

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**6- Figure Window When Figures are created a new window opens.**

It’s extremely easy to create graphs in MATLAB.

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Plotting x versus y.

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6- Figure Window

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7- Editing Window This window allows you to type and save a series of commands without executing them. There are several ways to open an editing window: From the file menu With the new file icon

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**Open an editing window from the file menu or with the new file icon**

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Save and Run Write your code in the editing window, then run it using the Save and Run icon

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