# Not showing all 5 plots

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Corey Bullard on 27 Apr 2012
There should be 5 similar plots in 5 windows (later I will put them in to a figure). There is only one.
Also I will make a loop.
Anyway, here's the business end of my program:
t = 0:.01:1;
l_value = l(1);
v1 = velocity( r, angular_velocity, t, l_value );
max_flow1 = max(v)*piston_area;
disp(['For l = ' num2str(l_value) ' the peak flow rate is ' num2str(max_flow1) ' in^3/sec' ]);
l_value = l(2);
v2 = velocity( r, angular_velocity, t, l_value );
max_flow1 = max(v)*piston_area;
disp(['For l = ' num2str(l_value) ' the peak flow rate is ' num2str(max_flow1) ' in^3/sec' ]);
l_value = l(3);
v3 = velocity( r, angular_velocity, t, l_value );
max_flow1 = max(v)*piston_area;
disp(['For l = ' num2str(l_value) ' the peak flow rate is ' num2str(max_flow1) ' in^3/sec' ]);
l_value = l(4);
v4 = velocity( r, angular_velocity, t, l_value );
max_flow1 = max(v)*piston_area;
disp(['For l = ' num2str(l_value) ' the peak flow rate is ' num2str(max_flow1) ' in^3/sec' ]);
l_value = l(5);
v5 = velocity( r, angular_velocity, t, l_value );
max_flow1 = max(v)*piston_area;
disp(['For l = ' num2str(l_value) ' the peak flow rate is ' num2str(max_flow1) ' in^3/sec' ]);
%plot the flows
plot(t,v1*piston_area, 'r:' );
plot(t,v2*piston_area, 'g:');
plot(t,v3*piston_area, 'g:');
plot(t,v4*piston_area, 'g:');
plot(t,v5*piston_area, 'g:');
If I add each plot statement to a separate figure, they look fine. However, I need them in one figure.
Here is my velocity function:
v = -r.*angular_velocity.*(sin(angular_velocity.*t) + r./(2*l_value).*sin(2.*angular_velocity.*t).*(1 - (r./l_value.*sin(angular_velocity.*t)).^2).^-0.5);

Ilham Hardy on 27 Apr 2012
Use command:
hold on
after the first plot command