I seem to be getting some arbitrary values from my Scilab code for a function. I have to generate a graph showing the dependence of the transmission on the air gap separating two higher refractive index materials i.e. I want to plot "T" as a function of "d".(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex] T = \frac{1}{1 + \beta \sinh^2 (\delta)}[/tex]

δ = 2∏d/λ

The output graph does not match with what I was expecting. The transmission T should start at 1 and decrease with increasing d. Instead the graph seems reversed. I have attached the output graph file. I plotted the graph with the same formula in excel and it turns out right. Can someone take a look at my code and point out where I am going wrong.Code (Text):d = [0:0.01:1]

delta = 2*%pi*d

T = 1/(1+0.36*(sinh(delta))^2)

plot(d,T)

xtitle("Transmission dependence on d","d","T")

Thanks in advance.

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# Help with scilab code for calculating transmission coefficient

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