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QuickField formula plotter

Material properties, boundary conditions and sources in various types of QuickField analysis may be defined as formulas of time and coordinates. QuickField formulas are mathematical expressions which combine predefined variables (coordinates and time), numbers, arithmetic operations, parentheses, and embedded constants and functions.

QuickField formulas may be time and coordinate dependent. This tool helps to construct QuickField formula using waveform templates or custom definition and plot it as a function of one variable for specified values of other parameters.
Choose your variable:

Waveform template:

Peak amplitude, Vm:
Peak-to-peak amplitude, Vpp:
Duty cycle, D:
Frequency, f: [Hz]
Period: [sec]
Rise time: [sec]
Duration: [sec]
Fall time: [sec]
Phase delay : [deg]
Delay: [sec]
Initial phase angle, θ: [deg]
DC offset, Voffset:
Starting time, Tstart : [sec]



Time table:

You can edit the formula using embedded QuickField functions (trigonometric functions in QuickField use degrees):
ABS ACOS ASIN ATAN ATAN2 COS EXP IMPULSE LOG MAX MIN POW SAW SIGN SIN SQRT STEP TAN
Arithmetic operators: + - * /
Embedded constants: pi, e
Variables: t, x, y, z, r, phi

QuickField formula:

Plotting parameters
Independent variable range: .. .
Number of steps:

Other argument values for plotting:
t = , x = , y = , z = , r = , phi =