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How do I plot eta only when it's then 0?

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Paul Rogers
Paul Rogers on 17 Oct 2019
Commented: Paul Rogers on 17 Oct 2019
Hi everybody, and thanks for your help.
I need some help for the gollowing code:
  • print rendimento only when eta>0
  • evalute p02 p2 =((1+((eta.*deltaideal)/(T01*cp))).^(k/(k-1))); when m>0 and with p02=m^2 when m<0
while N<Nmax+1
U1 = (D1*pi.*N)/60;
U2 = (D2*pi.*N)/60;
alfa2b = atan((D1*tan(beta1b))/(sigma*D2));
deltaideal = sigma*(U2^2);
deltahii = 0.5.*((U1-((cot(beta1b).*m)/(ro1*Ai))).^2);
deltahid = 0.5.*(((sigma*D2*U1)/D1)-((m.*cot(alfa2b))/(ro1*Ad))).^2;
deltahfi = kf.*(m.^2);
deltahfd = kfd.*(m.^2);
deltan = deltanbf+deltanv+deltanc+deltand;
deltaloss = deltahii+deltahid+deltahfi+deltahfd;
eta = ((deltaideal)./(deltaideal+deltaloss))-deltan;
p2 =((1+((eta.*deltaideal)/(T01*cp))).^(k/(k-1)));
figure(1);
title('Rendimento')
xlabel('Mass Flow [kg/s]')
ylabel('eta')
grid on
plot(m,eta);
hold on
figure(2);
title('Pressione')
xlabel('Mass Flow [kg/s]')
ylabel('p02')
grid on
plot(m,p2);
hold on
N=N+Nincr
end

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prasanth s
prasanth s on 17 Oct 2019
write the plot function inside the if condition
if eta>0
plot(m,eta);
end

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Answers (1)

Paul Rogers
Paul Rogers on 17 Oct 2019
Thank prasanth, I did it before, but it's not working properly, it only plots 2 of the 3 desired lines if I put the plot in the if condition.
Here all the code:
%Gas properties
a01 = 340; %speed of sound in gas(m/s)
p01 = 1e5; %Compressor inlet pressure(Pa)
T01 = 303.35; %Compressor inlet temperature(K)
cp = 1005; %specific heat capacity for constant pressure, property of gas(J/(kg*K))
ro1 = 1.15; %Gas density(kg/m^3)
Re = 100000; %Reynolds number()
k = 1.4; %Gas constant ratio, cp/cv()
%Compressor characteristics
L = 1.253; %Length of compressor and duct(m)
Vp = 0.21; %Plenum volume(m^3)
kl = 0.0008; %Throttle gain, proportional to the throttle opening
Dt1 = 0.074; %Impeller diameter at inducer tip(m)
Dh1 = 0.032; %Impeller diameter at hub casing(m)
D1 = 1/sqrt(2)*sqrt((Dt1)^2+(Dh1)^2); %Average diameter(m)
Di = 0.02; %Mean hydraulic diameter of impeller(m)
Dd = 0.02; %Mean hydraulic diameter of impeller(m)
I = 0.001; %Moment of inertia for the compressor spool(kg*m^2)
alfa1 = pi/2; %Flow angle at inducer, for alpha1 = pi/2 rad, assumed no pre-whirl
A = ((pi*D1^2)/4)*4;
Ai = ((pi*D1^2)/4); % Cross section area impeller(m^2)
Ad = ((pi*D1^2)/4); % Cross section area diffuser(m^2)
deltanbf = 0.05; %Back flow loss()
deltanv = 0.035; %Volute loss()
deltanc = 0; %Clearance loss()
deltand = 0; %Diffusion loss()
li = 0.053; %Mean channel length(m)
ld = 0.053; %Mean channel length(m)
beta1b = 0.61; %Impeller blade inlet angle()
Ch = 4*0.3164*(Re)^-0.25; %Friction loss coefficient()
kf = (Ch*li)/(2*Di*ro1^2*Ai^2*(sin(beta1b))^2)*4; %Friction loss impeller
kfd = (Ch*ld)/(2*Dd*ro1^2*Ad^2*(sin(beta1b))^2);%Friction loss diffuser
sigma = 0.9; %Slip factor()
D2 = 0.128; %Diameter of impeller tip(m)
m = [-0.2:0.01:0.8]; % [kg/s] Mass Flow
Nmin = 20000; %Desired setpoint for engine revolution(rpm)
Nmax = 50000; %Maximum setpoint for engine revolution(rpm)
Nincr=15000; %Incremento numero di giri
N=Nmin;
while N<Nmax+1
U1 = (D1*pi.*N)/60;
U2 = (D2*pi.*N)/60;
alfa2b = atan((D1*tan(beta1b))/(sigma*D2));
deltaideal = sigma*(U2^2);
deltahii = 0.5.*((U1-((cot(beta1b).*m)/(ro1*Ai))).^2);
deltahid = 0.5.*(((sigma*D2*U1)/D1)-((m.*cot(alfa2b))/(ro1*Ad))).^2;
deltahfi = kf.*(m.^2);
deltahfd = kfd.*(m.^2);
deltan = deltanbf+deltanv+deltanc+deltand;
deltaloss = deltahii+deltahid+deltahfi+deltahfd;
eta = ((deltaideal)./(deltaideal+deltaloss))-deltan;
p2 =((1+((eta.*deltaideal)/(T01*cp))).^(k/(k-1)));
if eta>0
figure(1);
title('Rendimento')
xlabel('Mass Flow [kg/s]')
ylabel('eta')
grid on
plot(m,eta);
hold on
end
figure(2);
title('Pressione')
xlabel('Mass Flow [kg/s]')
ylabel('p02')
grid on
plot(m,p2);
hold on
N=N+Nincr
end

  2 Comments

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 17 Oct 2019
eta is a vector. What does it mean to print rendimento only when eta>0 ? Do you want non-positive values to be skipped in the plot?
Paul Rogers
Paul Rogers on 17 Oct 2019
exacly, when eta is negative I don't want to be plotted

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