Streamlines in MATLAB


by Az83
Tags: matlab, streamlines
Az83
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May3-08, 06:15 PM
P: 8
I'm not sure how to do this... I have the following velocity field:

t = [1,5,10] % in seconds
u=5*t*y
v=2*t^2*x^2

How do I plot in MATLAB the streamlines going through (x0,y0) = (0,0) at t = 1,5, and 10 s?
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zyh
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May14-08, 12:18 AM
P: 134
sorry, I can't understand your question...
JohnSimpson
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May16-08, 09:30 AM
P: 91
to start, create range vectors for x y and t, and evaluate your u and v into two more vectors

look into the quiver command in help as well


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