# How can I interpolate a screw surface?

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Aurea94 2020 年 10 月 21 日
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I created a screw surface, as shown in the figure and I would like to interpolate this surface and evaluate it in a finer mesh.
I tried with griddata or interp2, but non of them work for me.
I would greatly thank any advice or help that you could provide me in order to achive my objective.
I can also pass you if required the X,Y,Z values of the screw surface which I want to interpolate.

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John D'Errico 2020 年 10 月 21 日

Is this a single valued function of x and y? Or x and z, y and z? No.
Is this a function over some contiguous convex region in some plane, thus of any two of those variables?
None of the above. So you cannot interpolate it using interp2. You cannot interpolate using griddata. You cannot use scatteredInterpolant.
However, you would have created it is using a parametric form, probably as a function of r and theta. You would create z as a function of r and theta, then compute x and y coordintes the same way. If you want to interpolate it, then you need to interpolate as a function of THOSE variables.
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Aurea94 2020 年 10 月 21 日
Hi John,
I coded a simple example of what I am trying to do, but cannot figure out where should I interpolate the surface. I attach the simple example so that you can understand me better.
I have a curve which after a series of matrix transformations generates a surface. I would like to interpolate this surface, so that I can evaluate in another meshgrid defined with the initial (u,delta) parameters.
Where or how should I interpolate that surface?
Thanks very much for your help!

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