Write several MATLAB functions that will solve these 3 problems. I have provided both the problems and the solutions, so all I need help with is the MATLAB coding.
I need to be able use other values as inputs, please do not set all of the parameters as fixed inputs.
Here are my variable inputs for each problem
Variable Input for the length of rod, # of revolutions and magentic field
Variable Input for Electric Field and Er
Variable input for Zo, Zl, and wavelength.
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The attached Matlab scripts execute the tasks you specified.
The following are examples of use of the scripts:
>> Voltage = CalcInducedVoltage
Please type length of rod in cm = 50
Revolutions per minute = 90
Magnetic field in Tesla [Bx, By, Bz]= [0, 0, 2e-4]
Type Line impedance in Ohm: [ real, imag ] = [50 0]
Type Load impedance in Ohm: [ real, imag ] = [30 -50]
Type wavelength in cm: 8
0.1011 - 0.5618i
Gamma = (0.101124) + i(-0.561798)
|Gamma| = 0.570826, theta_r = arg(Gamma) = -79.796°
S = 3.66012, l_max = 3.11338, l_min = 1.11338
Please type material dielectric consant: 2.56
We assume the wave vector directed along the positive direction of the Z-axis
And represent the electric field as [E_x,E_y]*cos( omega*t - kz)
Type electric field amplitude in units of V/m: [E_x, E_y] = [0 20]
Type angular frequency in units of rad/s: omega = pi * 6e9
f = 3 GHz, u_p = 1.875e+008 m/s, eta = 235.625 Ohm
lambda = 6.25 cm, k = 100.531 rad/m
H = [H_x, H_y] = [0.0848806, 0]cos (1.88496e+010 t - 100.531 z) (A/m)