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Topic: inporting data, Need help
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Francesco

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Registered: 7/14/06
inporting data, Need help
Posted: Jul 14, 2006 2:27 PM
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Greetings:
I can't believe I'm posting this question, but I just spent a day
trying to read a simple data file into Matlab, and I couldn't do it.

I have an ASCII file that looks similar to this:

NEG-Micon 750/44 (750 kW)
50.00 44.00 | Hub height(m), Rotor
diameter(m)
1.00 1000.00 1.225 -0.7 ? | Speed-scaling(m/s),
Power-scaling(W), Air density(kg/m3) PitchAngle (°) Rotational speed
(r/min)
4.00 13.000 0.9000 | Speed, Power, Ct(-)
5.00 40.000 0.7800
6.00 75.000 0.7000 | NEG-Micon A/S
7.00 120.000 0.8200 | Alsvej 21
8.00 190.000 0.7500 | DK-8900 Randers, Denmark
9.00 273.000 0.7000 |
10.00 367.000 0.6400 | URI:
11.00 459.000 0.5900 | Phone: +45 87 10 50 00
12.00 553.000 0.5400 | Fax: +45 87 10 50 01
13.00 643.000 0.4900 | E-mail: mail@neg-micon.dk
14.00 714.000 0.4500 | Table-URI:
15.00 746.000 0.3900 | Release date: 09.01.2003
16.00 750.000 0.3400 | Signature:
17.00 751.000 0.3000 | DataSource: NM44 750.pdf
18.00 745.000 0.2700
19.00 735.000 0.2500
20.00 724.000 0.2300
21.00 712.000 0.2100
22.00 699.000 0.1900
23.00 689.000 0.1800
24.00 683.000 0.1700
25.00 681.000 0.1600

(Copy and paste in notepad to see it better)

I need Hub height(m), Rotor diameter(m) value (second line)
and starting from third line colums 1 2 and 3.

Someone can help me?
Thank you
Francesco




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