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  1. CPET 190 Lecture 7 Problem Solving with MATLAB Paul Lin http://www.etcs.ipfw.edu/~lin Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  2. Lecture 7: MATLAB Built-In Functions 7-1 Managing Variables and Workspace 7-2 MATLAB Commands for Working with Files and the Operating System 7-3 Controlling Command Window 7-4 Time and Date Functions 7-5 Special Variables and Constants Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  3. 7-1 Managing Variables and Workspace • Removing Unneeded Variables • who - List current variables • whos - List current variables, long form • clear - Clear variables and functions • Creating New Variables • length - Length of vector • size - Size of matrix • Saving to and Retrieving from Disk Files • load - Retrieve variables from disks • save - Save workspace variables to disk • pack - Consolidate workspace memory • Workspace display • disp - Display matrix or text • fprintf Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  4. 7-1 Managing Variables and Workspace (continue) Example 7-1: %cpet190_ex7_1.m F = 4000; T = 1/F; dt = 0.01*T; t = 0:dt:2*T; e1 = 5*sin(2*pi*F*t); len = length(e1) size_e1 = size(e1) e2 = zeros(size(e1)); num = rand(2); fprintf('The random number array is %g\n', num); fprintf('\n'); disp('The random numbers'); disp(num); whos save ex7_1 clear load ex7_1 whos Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  5. 7-1 Managing Variables and Workspace • Example 7-1: Output Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  6. 7-2 Working with Files and OS • The commands for working with files and operating system CommandPurpose pwd Show present working directory cd Change current working directory dir Directory listing (Window OS) ls Directory Listing (Unix/Linux OS) delete Delete file diary Save text of MATLAB session ! Execute OS commands Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  7. 7-2 Working with Files and OS • Example 7-2 (cont.) >> diary >> diary off >> diary on >> !time The current time is: 11:31:05.02 • Enter the new time: Open diary file using MATLAB M-file editor, MS NOTEPAD, or MS Word • help • Example 7-2 >> pwd ans = C:\Courses\CPET190\matlabex190 >> cd .. >> pwd ans = C:\Courses\CPET190 >> dir . Mlin_CPET190 .. Exs Quiz Lectures MATLABExs Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  8. 7-3 Controlling the Command Window clc Clear command window home Send cursor home (upper-left corner of command window) format Set output format more Control paged output in command window echo Echo on/off commands inside script files, for debugging purposes Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  9. 7-4 Time and Date Functions FunctionPurpose date Calendar clock System clock; accuracy 1/100th of a second now Current date and time as serial date number datestr Convert a serial date number into the common date/time, save as a string cputime How many seconds the MATLAB session is active; accuracy 1/100 th of second etime Elapsed time function tic Start watch timer function toc Stop watch timer function Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  10. 7-4 Time and Date Functions • Time and Date Functions Example 7-3: >>date ans = 03-Oct-2004 >> now ans = 7.3222e+005 >> datestr(now) ans = 03-Oct-2004 12:47:29 >> help datestr Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  11. 7-4 Time and Date Functions (continue) CLOCK Current date and time as date vector. CLOCK returns a six element date vector containing the current time and date in decimal form: CLOCK = [year month day hour minute seconds] The first five elements are integers. The seconds element is accurate to several digits beyond the decimal point. FIX(CLOCK) rounds to integer display format. Example: >>clock ans = 1.0e+003 * 2.0040 0.0100 0.0030 0.0120 0.0410 0.0071 Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  12. 7-4 Time and Date Functions (continue) • Example 7-4 measuring program execution time (accuracy – 1/100 th of a second) using cputime function t1_1 = cputime; for i =1:1000 num_array = inv(rand(30)); end t1_2 = cputime; time_1000 = t1_2 - t1_1 time_once = time_1000/1000 time_1000 = 0.3610 time_once = 3.6100e-004 Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  13. 7-4 Time and Date Functions • Example 7-5 measuring program execution time (accuracy – 1/100 th of a second) using tic and toc functions tic; for i =1:1000 num_array = inv(rand(30)); end toc elapsed_time = 0.3610 Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  14. 7-5 Special Variables and Constants Example 7-6: AC circuit calculation using complex numbers. A RLC circuit is shown on this slide, find • Total impedance Z • Voltage and current across each components Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  15. 7-5 Special Variables and Constants (continue) Example 7-6: Analysis: Domain knowledge • XL = 2πfL, where L is the inductance in Henry, f is the frequency of ac source • XC = 1/(2 πfC), where C is the capacitance in Farard • Z = R + j(XL – XC) -- total impedance, where j shows the imaginary component of a complex number • I = E/Z, total current • VR = I*R, voltage drop across resistor • VL = I*XL, voltage drop across the inductor • VC = I*XC voltage drop across the capacitor Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  16. 7-5 Special Variables and Constants (continue) Example 7-6: MATLAB Program %RLC_1.m f = 60; R = 8; % Peak value of the sine wave e = 10; XL = j*6; XC = -j*2; Z = R + (XL+XC) theta = angle(Z)% 0.4636 pi % 180 pi % ----- = ---- % theta_degree theta theta_degree = (180*theta)/pi % 26.5615 degree = 0.4636 pi mag_Z = abs(Z) Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  17. 7-5 Special Variables and Constants (continue) Example 7-6: MATLAB Program (cont.) %RLC_1.m % I = e/Z I_thea_degree = angle(I) * (180)/pi I_mag = abs(I) VR = I*R VL = I*XL VC = I*XC VR + (VL + VC)% e = 10 volt VR = 8.0000 - 4.0000i VL = 3.0000 + 6.0000i VC = -1.0000 - 2.0000i >> VR + (VL + VC) ans = 10 Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  18. Summary • Managing Variables and Workspace • MATLAB Commands for Working with Files and the Operating System • Controlling Command Windows • Date and Time Functions • Special Variables and Constants Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin

  19. Question? Answers Email: lin@ipfw.edu Lecture 7 - By Paul Lin