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I wish to obtain figure as shown below:

here, y axis is r and x-axis is unu_f.

I tried to generate unu_f using a range of "r" values from 0:0.2:4 by solving equation z2. But i am getting curve like,

I have tried the following code but it does not produce the required o/p. Can Anyone please help me generating like in panel (a,b)?

clear; close all; clc;

Vau = 43;

theta_u = 71.8;

gamma = 5/3;

Vsu = 47.45;

tic

unu_f = [];

for r = 0:0.2:4

if r>3.9

r = 3.88;

end

syms Unu

A = r*Vau^2*cosd(theta_u)^2;

B = 2*r*Vsu^2/(r+1-gamma*(r-1));

C = r*Vau^2*sind(theta_u)^2;

D = (2*r - gamma*(r-1))/(r+1 - gamma*(r - 1));

x = Unu^2;

z2 = real(double(solve((x - A)^2*(x - B) - C*x*(D*x - A))));

unu_f = [unu_f;z2'];

end

toc

r2 = 0:0.2:3.9;

r1 = 3.88;

r = [r2 r1];

figure;

subplot(2,2,4)

x = abs(unu_f(:,1));

y = r;

yyaxis left

plot(x,y,'ob')

ylim([0 4]); xlim([0 1200]);

ylabel('r (Shock Strength)','FontWeight','bold','FontSize',10);

xlabel('Shock Speed (km/s)','FontWeight','bold','FontSize',10);

box on; grid on;

set(gca,'XMinorTick','on','YMinorTick','on','FontSize',12,'FontWeight','bold')

set(gca,'LineWidth',2.25,'TickLength',[0.010 0.010],'YColor',[0 0 0]);

Kiran Felix Robert
on 8 Oct 2020

Hi Megha,

To plot specific regions of the curve in different plots (to emphasize certain characteristic features), the following method can be used.

Given that, you have corrected characteristic data, you can use Logical indexing to achieve this.

The Following code gives you an example,

% Sample X vs Y Characteristic [Synthesized Data For Plotting]

x = 1:50;

y = x.^0.5;

% Creating a Specific Case for range 10 to 20

i = x >= 10 & x<20;

y(i) = 20;

% Whole Curve

figure(1);

ax = gca;

plot(x,y); % Plotting Whole

ax.YLim = [0,30];

title('Whole')

% Part 1 Curve

i = x>5 & x < 15; % Selecting Specific Range

B1 = x(i); % Logical Indexing to Select Specific Array

D1 = y(i);

figure(2)

ax = gca;

plot(B1,D1); % Plotting The Specific Array

ax.YLim = [0,30];

title('Part 1')

%Part 2 Curve

i = x>15 & x < 25; % Selecting Specific Range

B2 = x(i); % Logical Indexing to Select Specific Array

D2 = y(i);

f = figure(3);

ax = gca;

p = plot(B2,D2); % Plotting The Specific Array

ax.YLim = [0,30];

title('Part 2')

%Part 3 Curve

i = x>25 ; % Selecting Specific Range

B3 = x(i); % Logical Indexing to Select Specific Array

D3 = y(i);

figure(4);

plot(B3,D3); % Plotting The Specific Array

title('Part 3')

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