How to take double integral of a function matrix?

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Hello!
I have a matrix that consist of 2 variables (x,y) functions and i have to take double integral of it.
clear
clc
syms x y
a=1; b=1; t=1;
E=100/72; v=0.2;
x1=0; x2=b; x3=b; x4=0;
y1=0; y2=0; y3=a; y4=a;
B1 = [y-y4;0;x-x2];
B2 = [0;x-x2;y-y4];
B3 = [y3-y;0;x1-x];
B4 = [0;x1-x;y3-y];
B5 = [y-y2;0;x-x4];
B6 = [0;x-x4;y-y2];
B7 = [y1-y;0;x3-x];
B8 = [0;x3-x;y1-y];
B = [B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8];
D = (E/((1+v)*(1-2*v)))*[1-v v 0;v 1-v 0;0 0 0.5-v];
A = B.'*D*B
g = matlabFunction(A)
integral2(g,0,1,0,1)
I got this error.
Error using reshape
To RESHAPE the number of elements must not change.
Is there any possible way to convert symbolic function matrix to function handle in form of matrix? and how can i take integral of that matrix? otherwise i have to write every 64 equation seperately to take integral of them
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Rik
Rik on 19 May 2022
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How to take double integral of a function matrix?
Hello!
I have a matrix that consist of 2 variables (x,y) functions and i have to take double integral of it.
clear
clc
syms x y
a=1; b=1; t=1;
E=100/72; v=0.2;
x1=0; x2=b; x3=b; x4=0;
y1=0; y2=0; y3=a; y4=a;
B1 = [y-y4;0;x-x2];
B2 = [0;x-x2;y-y4];
B3 = [y3-y;0;x1-x];
B4 = [0;x1-x;y3-y];
B5 = [y-y2;0;x-x4];
B6 = [0;x-x4;y-y2];
B7 = [y1-y;0;x3-x];
B8 = [0;x3-x;y1-y];
B = [B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8];
D = (E/((1+v)*(1-2*v)))*[1-v v 0;v 1-v 0;0 0 0.5-v];
A = B.'*D*B
g = matlabFunction(A)
integral2(g,0,1,0,1)
I got this error.
Error using reshape
To RESHAPE the number of elements must not change.
Is there any possible way to convert symbolic function matrix to function handle in form of matrix? and how can i take integral of that matrix? otherwise i have to write every 64 equation seperately to take integral of them

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Answers (1)

Catalytic
Catalytic on 19 May 2022
syms x y
a=1; b=1; t=1;
E=100/72; v=0.2;
x1=0; x2=b; x3=b; x4=0;
y1=0; y2=0; y3=a; y4=a;
B1 = [y-y4;0;x-x2];
B2 = [0;x-x2;y-y4];
B3 = [y3-y;0;x1-x];
B4 = [0;x1-x;y3-y];
B5 = [y-y2;0;x-x4];
B6 = [0;x-x4;y-y2];
B7 = [y1-y;0;x3-x];
B8 = [0;x3-x;y1-y];
B = [B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8];
D = (E/((1+v)*(1-2*v)))*[1-v v 0;v 1-v 0;0 0 0.5-v];
A = B.'*D*B;
g = matlabFunction(A);
in1=@(fun) integral(fun,0,1,'ArrayValued',1);
out=in1( @(x) in1( @(y)g(x,y) ) )
out = 8×8
0.7073 0.2411 -0.4180 -0.0482 -0.3537 -0.2411 0.0643 0.0482 0.2411 0.7073 0.0482 0.0643 -0.2411 -0.3537 -0.0482 -0.4180 -0.4180 0.0482 0.7073 -0.2411 0.0643 -0.0482 -0.3537 0.2411 -0.0482 0.0643 -0.2411 0.7073 0.0482 -0.4180 0.2411 -0.3537 -0.3537 -0.2411 0.0643 0.0482 0.7073 0.2411 -0.4180 -0.0482 -0.2411 -0.3537 -0.0482 -0.4180 0.2411 0.7073 0.0482 0.0643 0.0643 -0.0482 -0.3537 0.2411 -0.4180 0.0482 0.7073 -0.2411 0.0482 -0.4180 0.2411 -0.3537 -0.0482 0.0643 -0.2411 0.7073

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