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print output in table format and print the max value

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Senthil
Senthil on 29 Dec 2018
Answered: Senthil on 30 Dec 2018
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% Density, kg/m^3
rho=210;
T=2.5;
% Volume , m^3
V=0.018457;
% Diameters, m
for D= [0.05 0.10 0.15 0.20]
% Height, m
H=(V/D^2)*(4/pi);
% Specific rate, kg/m^2h
SR=(H*rho)/T;
fprintf('Dia :%d Height :%d SR :%d\n', [D H SR].')
end
Output Result:
Dia :0.05 Height :9.40007 SR :789.606
Dia :0.1 Height :2.35002 SR :197.402
Dia :0.15 Height :1.04445 SR :87.734
Dia :0.2 Height :0.587505 SR :49.3504
But i need to print the output results like below:
Also need to print, the optimum value is: (Maximum SR value)
Dia: 0.05 Height: 9.40007 SR: 789.606

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Stephen Cobeldick
Stephen Cobeldick on 29 Dec 2018
Edited: Stephen Cobeldick on 29 Dec 2018
% Density, kg/m^3
rho = 210;
T = 2.5;
% Volume , m^3
V = 0.018457;
% Diameters, m
D = [0.05 0.10 0.15 0.20];
% Height, m
H = (V./D.^2)*(4/pi);
% Specific rate, kg/m^2h
SR=(H*rho)/T;
% Print:
fprintf('%9s %9s %9s\n','Dia','Height','SR')
fprintf('%9g %9g %9g\n',[D;H;SR])
prints:
Dia Height SR
0.05 9.40007 789.606
0.1 2.35002 197.402
0.15 1.04445 87.734
0.2 0.587505 49.3504
and then:
>> [val,idx] = max(SR);
>> fprintf('Best: Dia: %g Height: %g SR: %g\n',D(idx),H(idx),val)
Best: Dia: 0.05 Height: 9.40007 SR: 789.606

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Senthil
Senthil on 30 Dec 2018
% Density, kg/m^3
rho = 210;
T = 2.5;
% Volume , m^3
V = 0.018457;
% Diameters, m
D = [0.05 0.10 0.12 0.20];
% Height, m
H = (V./D.^2)*(4/pi);
% Specific rate, kg/m^2h
SR=(H*rho)/T;
% Print:
fprintf('%9s %9s %9s\n','Dia','Height','SR')
fprintf('%9g %9g %9g\n',[D;H;SR])
Output:
Dia Height SR
0.05 9.40007 789.606
0.1 2.35002 197.402
0.12 1.63196 137.084
0.2 0.587505 49.3504
Also i need to print the value as below ( SR in between 100 and 200) is best:
Best: Dia: 0.1 Height: 2.35002 SR: 197.402
Dia: 0.12 Height: 1.63196 SR: 137.084

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