This is a video preview for two older models included in this blog, a static model and a dynamic model. [sociallocker][/sociallocker] [sociallocker][/sociallocker]
In certain models we need to be able to change the scale of the chart axes function of the result of a simulation. Excel charts do have auto-scaling as a default option but sometimes the scaling values we get are not what we need. Another reason against using auto-scaling is that during the time the model runs, the scale self-adjusts and it gives an ever changing, distorted view of the results….
Hi there, this is a tutorial explaining the construction of a very basic Lissajous emulator in Excel. It’s supposed to be very easy to understand at the high school level. Good luck, George [sociallocker][/sociallocker]
This is a dynamic Lissajous emulator in the sense that the waveform is obtained by combining 2 time varying sinusoidal waves with different frequencies. [sociallocker][/sociallocker]
This is a static Lissajous emulator in the sense that the waveform is obtained by combining 2 static sinusoidal waves with different frequencies. As a paranthesis, I will be preparing a dynamic version which will look just like the wave shape seen on a real oscilloscope. The file presented here has two different worksheets, the first one contains a classic 2D Lissajous figure and the second one has a 3D Lissajous pattern obtained from three different…