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mathcad batchprocessing

mathcad batchprocessing

mathcad batchprocessing

(OP)
Can anybody help me with bathprocessing of mathcad files??

I'll illustrate this with a very simple example :

original mathcad sheet:
length:=20mm
width:=30mm
surface:=length.width

Now I want to run this sheet for 1000 "length-width" combinations, from a spreadsheet.

I don't want to programm it in mathcad itself

The only thing I want to do in mathcad itself is a kind of input/output interface like "length:=in0", etc.

I have tried to solve this in "vissim" a numerical software package (a kind of loop) this failed,,sad

Can somebody help????

kind regards,

André







RE: mathcad batchprocessing

What programming are you refering to.  You simply embed the spreadsheet into Excel, input the data, generate the output, assuming that you can make your calculation into a function of width and length.

Alternately, you can install the Mathcad Excel plug-in and embed the calculations into the Excel sheet.  Use the same approach as above, except that the output feeds into the Excel sheet.

TTFN

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