Recharge battery by induction on simulink

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Titouan . 2014년 12월 12일
답변: Sara BENHAR . 2018년 10월 22일
Hi, I'm trying to simulate an electric car powered by induction with Matlab Simulink. I already have the scheme of the car, I only have to change the power source. I have to "send" the electricity from under the road and the car "receive" the power over the road. I don't really know how to do it w/ Simulink... Here is a capture of my file I surrounded the part which is certainly the cause of the error displayed when I launch the simulation : "Number of variables exceeds number of equations. Check for missing reference node.". At the moment if want to omit the battery of the car : I want the electricity to go directly to the motor. When this problem will be fixed I'll consider adding battery. Ask me for the original file is you need is. Thank's :-)

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Javier Gazzarri
Javier Gazzarri 2014년 12월 15일
Hello, Titouan,
Please try inserting an electrical reference block on the right hand side of your magnetic circuit. It needs a reference on both sides of it for the system of equations to be consistent.
Best regards,

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Sara BENHAR 2018년 10월 22일
Hi, Did the model work after this modification please? I'm working in the same project and I have this problem too. Thank you,


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