MATLAB: Given function that integrates the pendulum nonlinear differential equation, plot the graph with the given conditions

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Use the MATLAB function that integrates the pendulum nonlinear differential equation to find the trajectory of a pendulum of length 1m, with an initial displacement of pi/2 rad and -pi rad/s initial velocity. Integrate between 0 and 10s. Save your shot as PNG file.
function pendulum (1, x0, T)
% PENDULUM Computes trajectory of pendulum
% PENDULUM (1, x0, T)
% 1 - the length of the pendulum
% x0 - the comlumn vector of initial conditions:
% angular displacement and velocity
% T - the end time
g = 9.81; % m/s^2
options = odeset('MaxStep', 0.01, 'Stats', 'on');
sol = ode45(@(t, x) f(t, x, g, l), [0 T], x0, options);
subplot(2, 1, 1)
plot(sol.x, sol.y)
legend('angular displacement (rad)', ...
'angular velocity (rad/s)', ...
'Location', 'southwest')
title('waveforms')
xlabel('time (s)')
subplot(2, 1, 2)
plot(sol.y(1,:), sol.y(2,:))
title('phase plane')
xlable('angular displacement (rad)')
ylable('angular velocity (rad/s)')
end
function xdot = f(~, x, g, l)
% F pendulum differential equation
% x(1) is the angular displacement from the vertical
% x(2) is the angular velocity
% g is the acceleration of gravity
% l is the length of pendulum
xdot = [
x(2);
-g/l * sin(x(1))
];
end

Best Answer

  • You cannot have a number as a parameter in a function statement.
    We recommend against using lowercase L as the name of a variable, as it is easy to confuse it with the digit 1