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Is there a block in Simulink to load equations in state variables ?

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Roberto Carabajal
Roberto Carabajal 2021년 9월 7일
댓글: Paul 2021년 9월 10일
I remember having seen some time ago a custom block in Simulink, that allowed to place a system of equations written in the format of state variables (in several lines). I haven't found it again and I don't see it in the repositories. I would be very grateful if someone could tell me about it.
My best regards.


Paul 2021년 9월 7일
This one?
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Paul 2021년 9월 10일
One can enter user defined differential equations in a Matlab Function block. The body of the function would look like:
function xdot = pendulum(x)
g = -9.81;
L = 1;
xdot(1) = x(2);
xdot(2) = -g/L*sin(x(1));
Mabe this is what you're looking for?
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Roberto Carabajal
Roberto Carabajal 2021년 9월 8일
No, it was something like
x(1)= .........
x(2)= .......
x(3)= ........
where x(n) means derivative of x(n-1)
x(1) means x dot.
Each x() is placed in one line in the box
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Paul 2021년 9월 9일
Now I'm confused about what the equations are that need to be implemented. Can you write a few lines of Matlab code that illustrates an example set of equations?

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Roberto Carabajal
Roberto Carabajal 2021년 9월 9일
Suppose the sinple pendulum differential equation:
ẋ2= -g/l*sin(x1)




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