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Back-calculating a variable in equation to give a value of zero

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I have a non linear equation with many variables that run through a column array. I am trying to backcalulate the value of one of the variable that would produce a value of zero at each output of the column array. I am using root2d function, which is working fine, but I am only getting the last value. I am not sure how to save the output at each increment of j because the function runs througha for loop and doesn't stop till the last value. I would like the output of my variable rd to be spit out as a column or row array for each increment. Here is what I am doing:
%Calling the function
fun =@root2d;
rd0 = [0.05];
rd = fsolve(fun,rd0)
%loading input and defining variables
function F=root2d(rd)
load 'S71'
gammap=8; %in kN/m3
%for loop inside the function
for j=9:numel (depr1)
pm (j)
F= qdynr(j)-(((Nkt*0.5*((6*sin(phicv))/(3-sin(phicv)))*exp(Q-1/rd)))+strainterm (j)*((((c0*(pm(j)^c1)*exp(rd*c2))-(Nkt*0.5*((6*sin(phicv))/(3-sin(phicv))))*exp(Q-1/rd)))));

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Paresh yeole
Paresh yeole 9 Jul 2020
편집: Paresh yeole 9 Jul 2020
k = 1; % outside the loop
% inside the loop
F(k) = ... %rest remains unchanged
k = k+1;

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi 9 Jul 2020
XD, it’s always a good idea to preallocate.
Paresh yeole
Paresh yeole 9 Jul 2020
The whole point of answering almost the same thing was to put the point that instead of using a cell array, try using an array..
And yes you are correct, preallocating is a good idea.
Reem Jaber
Reem Jaber 9 Jul 2020
Well, thanks guys! I have tried doing that before but it didn't work. Once I index F with k, the solution doesn't work anymore. I have attached the data file for your reference.

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi 9 Jul 2020
% outside the loop
F = cell(9:numel(depr1), 1);
k = 0;
% inside the loop
k = k + 1; % the first line
F{k} = ... rest remains unchanged

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Reem Jaber
Reem Jaber 9 Jul 2020
Thank you! But it doesn't seem to be working, I think the problem is in F{k), it is resulting in an error in the fsolve: "FSOLVE requires all values returned by functions to be of data type double". Also, the size of the cell is resulting in an error too once I define it as you did, it worked when I changed into a scalar.
madhan ravi
madhan ravi 9 Jul 2020
I can’t help because I don’t have your data

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