# Arrazy size problem at line 24

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Ahmad Zriek on 18 Mar 2023
Commented: Walter Roberson on 18 Mar 2023
I cant get the this code to work
Acc.txt is just 0,1,0,-1,0,1
Time.txt is just 1,2,3,4,5,6. It keeps giving me
Index exceeds the number of array elements. Index must not exceed 7.
Error in Q2 (line 23)
uw(j+1) = hw(j)*p(j+1);
Any help is greatly appreciated
clc;
clear all;
close all;
fs=10; T=6.4;
N=fs*T;
w0=(2*pi)/T;
m=44302.43;
k=7*10^6;
chi=0.0511;
P= (-m)*(Acc);
p=fft(P);
wn=12.57;
for j=1:N-1
if j>=0 && j<=N/2
w(j) = j*w0;
elseif j>N/2 && j<=N-1
w(j)= -(N-1)*w0;
end
hw(j) = (1/k)*(1/((1-(w(j)/wn)^2)+ (1i*(2*chi*(w(j)/wn))))); %#ok<*SAGROW>
uw(j+1) = hw(j)*p(j+1);
vw(j+1)= 1i*w(j)*hw(j)*p(j+1);
end
us=ifft(uw);
vs=ifft(vw);
plot(Time, us)

Walter Roberson on 18 Mar 2023
P= (-m)*(Acc);
p=fft(P);
m is a scalar and Acc has 6 elements so P has 6 elements. fft with one parameter returns something the same size so p has 6 elements.
You then loop j to 63-ish and ask for p(j+1) but only up to 6 exists
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Walter Roberson on 18 Mar 2023
Why rewrite it? It is doing what it is designed to do, which is to deliberately create an error message when it is run. The error message is the purpose of the code, and it does not need to be fixed.

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