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Storing eigenvalues from a loop

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j21
j21 on 30 Mar 2020
Answered: j21 on 30 Mar 2020
Hi everyone,
I have made a code that finds a space-state system matrix A and finds its eigenvalues for one specified parameter (call it U) that is predefined and its a part of matrix A.
Now I want to create a loop that will allow me to vary U (lets say from U=220 to U=250) and then calculate eigenvalues for each U. I am having a trouble writing the code that will store these eigenvalues after each iteration.
Any help is appreciated, Thank you :)

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Hiro Yoshino
Hiro Yoshino on 30 Mar 2020
Can I have your code?

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j21
j21 on 30 Mar 2020
Hi,
I have in the meantime managed to write the loop that will store the eigenvalues. Now what I have to do is extract the real and imaginary part of each of those (so to get damping and frequency) and plot frequency vs U graph and damping vs U graphs.
Code link:
blob:https://octave-online.net/a4b14750-c038-4650-b289-ab131b3a5b2b

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