I have two matrices the same size 'F1result' and 'F2result'. I need to compare them element by element and create a new matrices 'F' with whichever value is greater.

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[M,N] = size(MagGridForceAX); % Establish dimensions for row and column loop counters
for i = 1:M
for j = 1:N
% Creates coefficients for the simultaneous equations of F1 and F2
% based on sum of x and sum of y forces equalling zero
CoefficientMatrix = [MagGridForceAX(i,j) MagGridForceBX(i,j); MagGridForceAY(i,j) MagGridForceBY(i,j)];
% Forces Matrix solving for forces in beams in each x and y
% coordinate
ForcesMatrix = CoefficientMatrix\P;
F1result(i,j) = ForcesMatrix(1);
F2result(i,j) = ForcesMatrix(2);
end
end

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dpb
dpb 2022 年 9 月 18 日
F=max(F1,F2);

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William Rose
William Rose 2022 年 9 月 18 日
F1res=rand(3,3), F2res=rand(3,3)
F1res = 3×3
0.2365 0.9271 0.3496 0.0122 0.3467 0.8742 0.3531 0.4970 0.5388
F2res = 3×3
0.9900 0.9559 0.2499 0.7560 0.2592 0.8225 0.5928 0.6783 0.7452
Fmaxres=max(F1res,F2res)
Fmaxres = 3×3
0.9900 0.9559 0.3496 0.7560 0.3467 0.8742 0.5928 0.6783 0.7452
It works.
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Sean Flanagan
Sean Flanagan 2022 年 9 月 19 日
Thanks DB for the help with this. I needed to restore the negative.

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