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In maths, hyperbolic values of sinusoidal functions are also used. Also, Matlab® has special functions to calculate these hyperbolic values of sinusoidal functions. In this article on Mechanical Base, we will explain how to calculate hyperbolic values of sinusoidal functions in Matlab® with very basic examples.
>> a = sinh(pi/2) b = cosh(90) c = atanh(0.5) d = a+b+c a = 2.3013 b = 6.1020e+38 c = 0.5493 d = 6.1020e+38 >>
The calculation of hyperbolic functions is very easy in Matlab®. For example, we calculated the hyperbolic sinusoidal value of sin90. But the 90 degrees value is typed as in radians as shown above.
So what you need to do is the only type, sinh, cosh, tanh, asinh, acosh, atanh to calculate the hyperbolic values of sinusoidal functions in Matlab®.
Spot the difference that if you type the angle value as degrees directly, Matlab® takes this value as radians and your calculations probably will be wrong.
Also, you can calculate the reverse hyperbolic sinusoidal values in Matlab®. What you need to do is, type atanh, acosh, asinh, etc. as shown above.
You can do mathematical calculations such as addition, extraction or multiplications, etc. with hyperbolic sinusoidal values in Matlab® as shown by magenta arrows.
The use of hyperbolic sinusoidal functions is like that in Matlab®. We expressed them with very basic examples. But we can make other complex engineering examples about hyperbolic sinusoidal functions in Matlab® if you wish.
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