I want to plot a 3D graph.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A solid graph and a wireframe mesh graph.

What are the different ways to do it in this script.

The variables i want to be plotted in this script are 'pic' 'TSFC' 'NonFs'.

Dont mind the working, everything is correct. The only matter of concern is the 3d graph and the variables to plot.

What are the different ways that i can do it?

Script attached and pasted below as well.

Code (Text):clear

gamma=1.4;

gammat=1.33;

cpt=1156.697;

cpc=1004.5;

Qr=42800*10^3;

P0=21.73*10^3;

Pt0=170.025*10^3;

T0=216.67;

Tt0=390;

V0=590.1119;

a0=(gamma*287*T0).^0.5;

Pt2=Pt0;

Tt2=Tt0;

Tt4=(7*cpc*T0)/cpt;

P9=P0;

for i=1:40

pic(i)=i;

%Compressor

Pt3(i)=pic(i)*Pt2;

Towc(i)=pic(i).^(2/7);

Tt3(i)=Towc(i)*Tt2;

%Burner

Pt4(i)=Pt3(i);

f(i)=(cpt*Tt4 - cpc*Tt3(i))/(Qr - cpt*Tt4);

%Turbine

Tt5(i)=Tt4 - ((cpc*(Tt3(i)-Tt2))/(cpt*(1+f(i))));

Towt(i)=Tt5(i)/Tt4;

pit(i)=Towt(i).^(gammat/(gammat-1));

Pt5(i)=Pt4(i)*pit(i);

%Nozzle

Pt9(i)=Pt5(i);

Tt9(i)=Tt5(i);

M9(i)= (5 * ( (Pt9(i)/P9).^((gammat-1)/gammat) -1 ) ).^0.5;

T9(i)=Tt9(i)./(1+0.5*(gammat-1)*(M9(i).^2));

V9(i)=M9(i).*(gammat*287*T9(i)).^0.5;

Fs(i)=(1+f(i)).*V9(i)-V0;

TSFC(i)=(1000000.*f(i))./Fs(i);

NonFs(i)=Fs(i)./a0;

end

clear i

%dont mind the working, everything is correct, the main matter of concern

%is the graph, and the variables to plot which are 'pic' 'TSFC' And 'NonFs'

%i want to draw a 3D graph of these variables, either contour, or a

%wireframe or solid....what are the different ways to do it?

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