# plot using matlab(parabolic)

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Carc 2023 年 1 月 25 日

This is watt sepctrum equation, but i don't know why my plot is weired. The plot might be parabolic shape, but mine is not. Could you let me know what's the problem?
x = linspace(10,10^7);
y = 0.453 .* exp(-1.036 .* x) .* sinh((2.29.* x).^0.5);
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John D'Errico 2023 年 1 月 25 日
It IS curved, though not truly parabolic. A parabola means something specific about the shape, as a polynomial curve. But you just need to look carefully at what you have done. I'll do this for fewer points.
x = linspace(10,10^7,20)
x = 1×20
1.0e+07 * 0.0000 0.0526 0.1053 0.1579 0.2105 0.2632 0.3158 0.3684 0.4211 0.4737 0.5263 0.5789 0.6316 0.6842 0.7368 0.7895 0.8421 0.8947 0.9474 1.0000
y = 0.453 .* exp(-1.036 .* x) .* sinh((2.29.* x).^0.5)
y = 1×20
1.0e-03 * 0.8590 NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN
So what happened? you had numerical problems. Do you see the NaNs there?
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John D'Errico 2023 年 1 月 25 日

Sorry. I had to end that answer before I was really finished writing. The point is, you are going out as far as 1e7 in x. What happens when x is REALLY REALLY large?
x = 1e7;
exp(-1.036 .* x)
ans = 0
So that subexpression underflows. But what is
sinh((2.29.* x).^0.5)
ans = Inf
And that term overflows. What is the product of 0*inf? That is an indeterminate expression. We could come up with entirely valid arguments that result should be 0, inf, or any finite number. Therefore MATLAb is forced to call it a NaN,
0*inf
ans = NaN
Thus an indeterminate result. It has no value you can assign to it.
In fact, this happens even for relatively small values of x in that interval. Even 1e5 is far too large to let you see anything. I'm not sure whay you are starting at x==10, but you can see stuff happening out there.
x = linspace(10,30);
y = 0.453 .* exp(-1.036 .* x) .* sinh((2.29.* x).^0.5);
plot(x,y) As I said, this is not at all parabolic.

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VBBV 2023 年 1 月 25 日
x = linspace(0.1,5,100); % may be parabolic
y = 0.453 .* exp(-1.036 .* x) .* sinh((2.29.* x).^0.5);
plot(x,y); Parabolic probably depends on what range of parameter values you consider in the equation

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