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Dan Negrut

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Unread post Mon Mar 08, 2010 7:53 am

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If you go to:
http://sbel.wisc.edu/Courses/ME751/2010 ... /index.htm
you can see links to your MATLAB or C++ code.

The idea was to not make public your identity, to which end i asked you to provide the directory zipped using a certain name.  However, many of you sent me a zipped file using their last name, which defeated the purpose of having code names.  At any rate, there is no big deal with the fact that i can trace a MATLAB file to a certain person.  If you care about this, please remove any file/directory naming convention from your zipped file prior to sending it out to me.
dan
P.S. Thank you, Hammad, for putting together the script that picks up all MATLAB/C++ files and compiles the html file that displays the links to these files.
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ME751Arman

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Unread post Sat Mar 13, 2010 2:00 pm

Re: SimEngine3D

There are HW#6, HW#7, HW#8, and HW#9 columns on the course website. Does this mean that HW#9 is the last SimEngin3D related homework?
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HammadM

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Unread post Sat Mar 13, 2010 6:34 pm

Re: SimEngine3D

When I made the Table I put a few blank columns just to fill out the page, I think HW 11 will be the last Sim Engine Related HW.

(Could be wrong but the Sim Engine Directory has folders numbered from HW6 to HW11)
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Dan Negrut

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Unread post Mon Mar 15, 2010 7:36 am

Re: SimEngine3D

ME751Arman wrote:There are HW#6, HW#7, HW#8, and HW#9 columns on the course website. Does this mean that HW#9 is the last SimEngin3D related homework?


It'll have more than 9.  There will be one on putting together the EOM, one for implementing an explicit integrator, one for implementing an implicit integrator.  One for dealing with a more complex model (double pendulum).

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