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 refining_setting_weight_percents_directly [2013/05/02 17:19]alancoelho refining_setting_weight_percents_directly [2020/07/16 11:29] (current) Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2015/10/29 06:33 rowlesmr3 2015/10/29 06:09 rowlesmr3 2013/05/02 17:19 alancoelho 2012/07/23 08:28 johnsoevans 2011/08/25 19:14 alancoelho 2011/08/25 09:01 alancoelho 2011/08/25 08:51 alancoelho 2011/08/25 08:49 alancoelho 2011/08/25 08:46 alancoelho created Next revision Previous revision 2015/10/29 06:33 rowlesmr3 2015/10/29 06:09 rowlesmr3 2013/05/02 17:19 alancoelho 2012/07/23 08:28 johnsoevans 2011/08/25 19:14 alancoelho 2011/08/25 09:01 alancoelho 2011/08/25 08:51 alancoelho 2011/08/25 08:49 alancoelho 2011/08/25 08:46 alancoelho created Line 14: Line 14: Known_Weight_Percent(wt1) Known_Weight_Percent(wt1) - At least one phase needs to have its scale parameter defined, Known_Weight_Percent is then optional for the rest of the phases. ​ + Only one phase can have its weight percentage set by this macro. All remaining ​phases ​must have a scale factor. ==== Version 4.1 ==== ==== Version 4.1 ==== Line 43: Line 43: x2 = w2 / (m2 (1 - w2)) x2 = w2 / (m2 (1 - w2)) x3 = w3 / (m3 (1 - w3)) x3 = w3 / (m3 (1 - w3)) - x4 = w4 / (m4 (1 - w4)) + x4 = w4 / (m4 (1 - w4)) + + + + If you have need for up to 9 phases, please see [[refine_weight_percentage|this macro]] for help. + We need to solve the four equations for three of the scale parameters. We will choose to solve for s1, s2 and s3. We need to solve the four equations for three of the scale parameters. We will choose to solve for s1, s2 and s3.