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how to plot phasors

how to plot phasors

how to plot phasors

(OP)
I am just looking for a routine to plot a group of electrcal phasors like:
polar representation
1.00          1.00          1.00  
-30.00       -150.00         90.00

or
 
equivalent rectangular representation
 0.8660 - 0.5000i
 -0.8660 - 0.5000i
 0.0000 + 1.0000i

RE: how to plot phasors

Have you looked into the compass command?

CODE

A = [0.866-0.5*i, 0.866+0.5*i, 0.000+1,0*i]'
compass(A)

//signed//
Christopher K. Hubley
Mechanical Engineer
Sunpower Incorporated
Athens, Ohio

RE: how to plot phasors

The compass function produces the same output as Phasor.m, no?

//signed//
Christopher K. Hubley
Mechanical Engineer
Sunpower Incorporated
Athens, Ohio

RE: how to plot phasors

Strange... seems to work for me. Did you check you inputs to the compass function against what it's expecting? Mind you, I'm using Octave rather than Matlab, so perhaps there's a Matlab bug that I'm unaware of. Here's my test code, and I've attached the resulting plot:

CODE

clear; clc; close all;
A = [0.8660 - 0.5000*i;  -0.8660 - 0.5000*i;  0.0000 + 1.0000*i];
B = [  1,    1,  1];
C = [-30, -150, 90];

h = figure(1);
subplot(2,2,1);
compass(A);
title('Compass Function Plotting Rectangular Representation');

subplot(2,2,2);
Phasor(A);
title('Phasor Function Plotting Rectangular Representation');

subplot(2,2,3);
U = B.*cos(C.*pi/180);
V = B.*sin(C.*pi/180);
compass(U,V);
title('Compass Function Plotting Polar Representation');

subplot(2,2,4);
Phasor([B;C]');
title('Phasor Function Plotting Polar Representation');

W = 5; H = 4;
set(h,'PaperUnits','inches')
set(h,'PaperOrientation','portrait');
set(h,'PaperSize',[H,W])
set(h,'PaperPosition',[0,0,W,H])
FS = findall(h,'-property','FontSize');
set(FS,'FontSize',6);
print(h,'-dpng','Phasor-v-compass.png')

//signed//
Christopher K. Hubley
Mechanical Engineer
Sunpower Incorporated
Athens, Ohio

RE: how to plot phasors

(OP)
flash3780,
I make mistake.you´re all right.
I am not expert in matlab.
 

RE: how to plot phasors

No worries, I hope that I was able to help. Check out my blog post for some tips to help produce professional plots with Matlab/Octave.

//signed//
Christopher K. Hubley
Mechanical Engineer
Sunpower Incorporated
Athens, Ohio
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