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Interesting. I was not aware of that. Thank you. However, we should report this as a bug because the interpolation function should support [“Properties”] which I tried before posting my response but it returned useless information. Changing to...
You have multiple issues going on. First, your motor model is problematic because it violates the Modelica modeling concept. It is more like a Simulink model -- it is one direction only -- you put a current into the motor and it responds by...
Bogdan, You need to have a connector on each of your mode1 and model2 models if you want to connect them together. For example comp1 = {"c11" \[Element] "Modelica.Mechanics.MultiBody.Parts.BodyShape", "c12" \[Element]...
Also, you should look at using built in attributes for your function such as Listable, Orderless, etc. Also, look at the documentation for NonCommutativeMultiply -- it shows how to simplify some of the rules you are making. Regards, Neil
Jesse, I like the Stylesheet. Nice post. One problem is the Axes on plots become invisible. You may want to change the default TickStyle. Regards, Neil
Robert, As Hans points out, its not clear exactly what you want, However, if you are asking how to change rules into assignments, you could do: solutions /. Rule -> Set; In Hans' corrected example, this will make assignments for t and m....
Janis, You need to also set the AspectRatio because the plot has a very small y values with huge x values. ParametricPlot[{2 u^3/(u^2 - 1), 2 u^3/(1 + u^2)^2}, {u, 1.01, 5.}, AspectRatio -> 0.5, PlotRange -> All] The plot looks...
Can you post a non-crashing and a crashing example? I can run it in a newer version of Mathematica on a Mac and tell you if it crashes. I might also be able to give you some insight. Alternatively, you can send the examples to tech support -- they...
Based on that, you can plot the answer. I put a Quiet[] in there because sometimes the solution has issues but you can get the idea by doing something like this: Manipulate[ ListLinePlot[ Quiet[ans = Table[x /. ...
Alexandre, Lissa gave an excellent answer. Just a few minor points to add that might help. 1. you can get the right shape for your animation adding AspectRatio->Automatic to the DensityPlot. It will look like a rectangle instead of a square. ...