9 Replies Latest reply: Feb 22, 2012 10:00 AM by wayne

Hello All,

This is Jaydeep again.

I am attaching the mathcad file that can applicable to gear manufacturing. I am working on that and stuck at one place. In that I need your appreciable help.

There are equations for SB, SB1, SS, and BHNW. These equations are inter-conected with facewidth.

Facewidth is shown in the mathcad fine.

I created one additional equation of U(Pitch) to understand my problem properly.

I wanted to multiply each and every values of U(Pitch) with single value of facewidth values one by one.

I also gave one example in mathcad file so you can understand what I want is.

Thank You.

Jaydeep.

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Hey All,

Does anyone help me here ..??

Did you understand what I am asking ?

Thank you.

Jaydeep.

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Is this what you are looking for?

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Hey Wayne,

Ya I was talking about that. Thank you for your help but I solved it before you posted reply.

Now stuck with another problem.

Jaydeep

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Hello Wayne,

See the attachement to find out what is my new problem is and where I am stuck. I think you can help me on this.

I wrote the comment please see it.

Thank you.

Jaydeep

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Jaydeep Panchal wrote:

...I wrote the comment please see it...

Where they are in your worksheet?

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Yes that's in the workesheet.

Jaydeep

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I added a few things, but note that the [19,1] are nested vectors (19 columns, 1 row), and not a number. So if you expect a number, you have an error above. Also recommend that you use i=1..rows(matrix)-1 rather than specifying a number, more general.

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I got this also before but I wanted to get number insted of [19,1]. Is there any possiblity to get that?

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Jaydeep,
Each element of the SSall matrix is not a number, it is a vector of values. The following is the 0,0 element:

Do all of these values apply? If you only need the maximum, you can add max to the program. Otherwise, I don't know what you need. (all the values are positive, if negative values are possible, then you need to revise accordingly.)