Search All of the Math Forum:
Views expressed in these public forums are not endorsed by
Drexel University or The Math Forum.



Re: intersection of a surface with a plane
Posted:
Jan 16, 2013 4:04 AM


> Hi all, > > I want to find the roots of the following equation: > > '2*cos(a)*cosh(b)2(b/aa/b)*sin(a)*sinh(b)=0' > > And I tried plotting the LHS and RHS of the equation, > as '2*cos(a)*cosh(b)2(b/aa/b)*sin(a)*sinh(b)' and > '0' in the zplane. > > Can any one please help me to find out the > intersection of the surface with this plane. > > Thanks in advance, > Murthy
Your equation defines a curve in the abplane ; I don't understand how the zplane comes into play. However, to plot implicit algebraic curves, the easiest solution is to use the "ezplot" command in MATLAB: help ezplot
Best wishes Torsten.



