# Category: Engineering Software

• ## Calculation Of Bernoulli Polynomials In MatLab®

In calculus, Bernoulli numbers and binomial coefficients are combined in Bernoulli polynomials. Matlab® provides a very useful command that you can calculate these Bernoulli polynomials easily which is the ‘bernoulli()’ command.  YOU CAN LEARN MatLab® IN MECHANICAL BASE; Click And Start To Learn MatLab®! Here, we simply explain the use of the ‘bernoulli()’ polynomial to […]

• ## Solving Lambert W Functions In MatLab®

Lambert W functions is a very specific topic of mathematics and you can find detailed information about Lambert w function through this link. Matlab® provides a very useful command to calculate the Lambert w functions which are called ‘lambertw()’.  Here we explain how to use the ‘lambertw()’ command to calculate Lambert w for different variables in Matlab®. […]

• ## Adjusting Precisions Of Numbers And Symbolic Equations In MatLab®

Precision adjustments can be very important when you are making very accurate calculations. Matlab® provides various kinds of ways to adjust the precision of numbers and symbolic expressions. One of these ways is the use of the ‘vpa()’ command in Matlab®.  YOU CAN LEARN MatLab IN MECHANICAL BASE; Click And Start To Learn MatLab! Here, […]

• ## Drawing The Graphs Of Polar Functions In MatLab®

Like cartesian coordinate systems, the polar coordinate system is also a very important aspect of mathematics. Some of the functions in lots of applications can be defined in polar coordinates or polar form. Matlab® offers a very useful command to plot these polar functions. The command that does this thing is called as ‘ezpolar()’ command.  […]

• ## Jordan Canonical Form Calculation In MatLab®

Linear algebra is a very important area of calculus and linear algebra rules are used in engineering generally. Jordan canonical forms of matrices are also calculated in linear algebra. Matlab® provides a very useful command to calculate the Jordan canonical forms of matrices. This command is called ‘jordan()’.  YOU CAN LEARN MatLab® IN MECHANICAL BASE; […]

• ## Use Of ‘collect()’ Command To Manage Polynomials And Equations In MatLab®

The ‘collect()’ command is a very useful command that you can easily rearrange polynomials and equations in Matlab®. Here, we explain how to do it with a very basic example that is executed in the command window of Matlab®.  How To Use ‘collect()’ Command In MatLab®? First, we created a symbolic variable ‘a’ with the […]

• ## How To Change Contour Ranges In ANSYS Mechanical Results

Contours are very important in ANSYS® FEA analyses to show the results to other people. You can change the range of contour colors in ANSYS® Mechanical solutions easily. Here we explain how to do it in ANSYS® Mechanical.  Changing The Contour Range In ANSYS® Mechanical ANSYS Workbench for Mechanical Engineering: A Step by step to […]

• ## Creating And Saving Animations In ANSYS® Analyses

Animations are very important aspects of FEA analyses that are performed with ANSYS® tools. To illustrate and show the results, ANSYS® provides some animation tools that you can create animation videos or GIFs easily. Here we explain the general animation generation options in ANSYS® Mechanical analyses.  Generating Animations In ANSYS® Analyses YOU CAN LEARN ANSYS® […]

• ## Obtaining Fraction Forms Of Equations In MatLab®

As we stated in another article about Matlab®; Matlab® provides various kinds of solutions for mathematical equation management. These tools save tremendous time to obtain the desired form of equations. Here, we explain how to obtain fraction forms of symbolic equations in MatLab® by using the ‘numden()’ command. Take a look at the code example […]

• ## Structural Probe Results In ANSYS® Mechanical

Sometimes when you are making an FEA analysis in ANSYS®, you can be curious about the results at a specific point. The report of solutions for that specific point can be enough for you. You can do this kind of thing in ANSYS® Mechanical structural analyses.  Here we show you how to see probe results in ANSYS® […]

• ## Indexing The Coefficients Of Polynomials With ‘sym2poly()’ Command

In general, polynomials are defined with their coefficients in MatLab®. Sometimes, if you defined a polynomial or if you obtained a polynomial- from another calculation, you need to take its coefficients to obtain Matlab® polynomial to use it in other functions or calculations.  You can do this by using the ‘sym2poly()’ command in Matlab®. Here, we explain […]

• ## Solution Results In ANSYS® Structural Analyses

Here, you can see the general solution results that ANSYS® Mechanical provides to its users in structural analyses.  ANSYS® Solution Results You can find various kinds of solutions results that are available in ANSYS® Mechanical structural analyses. Deformation Results In ANSYS® In the structural FEA analyses in ANSYS® Mechanical, you can view the total deformations on […]