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This is a known bug. Log on and download the latest version that fixes this. Regards
Mauro, Look at the documentation for Annulus. It has several interactive examples for manipulating an annular graphic like the one you are proposing. Regards, Neil
Ion, If you post the file, maybe we can determine the problem. Regards, Neil
Mark, I put together a quick example for you of a way to get a variable pulse width output (I assumed that this is what you wanted): ![enter image description here][1] With a combi time table of: ![enter image description here][2] This...
Your equations do not make sense to me. Your integration is in "s" but there are "s" variables in the rest of the expression. Also, you probably should give some background as to how the equations are derived to be of more help (and to help us...
Solve is primarily for linear and polynomial systems. You also have more equations than you have unknowns so this will not work. Are some equations redundant? If not, you can’t solve that. If you believe that the system is solvable (which it may not...
Yes, Rohit. I got my version numbers mixed up. upgrade to the new (just released) 12.1.1 and it fixes that problem.
John, You should also consider using Wolfram SystemModeler (WSM). WSM makes it much easier to get the results and animation. You can even run WSM from within Mathematica. For example, open either the example...
Sam, You can use Export["output.csv", testdata] you have many options for customizing it [here in the documentation][1] Regards, Neil [1]: http://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/format/CSV.html
You can also use Epilog[]: Plot[x^2 + 1, {x, -3, 2}, Epilog -> Map[Point, data]] Regards Neil