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I want to write a code for the below problem. A rectangular area is assumed that encompass the area (C) of my problem. The area that are outside of area (C) are represented by exterior, E. The rectangle is the sum of C and E.

The condition is as follows-

In exterior E : e > 0 (e is the deformed distance in my problem)

In actual contact C : e ==0

If e > 0, the element is in the exterior, E

And, if e == 0, the element is in the contact, C

How to write a code in matlab for such a case?

Suryaansh Mata
on 18 Jun 2019

Define the area of the rectangle using the two parameters 'x' and 'y'. Now define the range for x and y for the regions E and C. Next make use of AND, OR operators in the if elseif else check blocks to incorporate the logic. A sample example can be.

0 <= x <=10

0<= y < 5 consists of area E

5< y <= 10 consists of area C

This is the region of the rectangle

Now make use of the if conditions as follows

if (y<5)

area is in E

elseif (y==5)

area is in contact

else

area is in C

end

This should be a correct approach to the given problem

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