Summing results of ode45

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gorilla3
gorilla3 2017년 10월 13일
댓글: Jan 2017년 10월 18일
Hello, using ode45 I solved 3 differential equations. I now want to create a function x that adds all the 3 components of the diff equations. Could you help me set it up?
Fx=@(t,xqxc)[ (-xqxc(1)+G_q .*(q-q_b)./q_b)./tau_q ;
(-xqxc(2) +0.3+3.*tanh(Pa_co2./Pa_co2_b -1.1))./tau_co2 ]
[t, xqxc]=ode45(F,[0 100], [0 0 0]);
xq= xqxc(:,1);
xc= xqxc(:,2);
syms xm(t)
[V] = odeToVectorField(diff(xm, 2) == (-tau2*diff(xm) -xm)/tau1^2)
M = matlabFunction(V,'vars', {'t','Y'})
sol = ode45(M,[0 20],[2 0]);
x= sol+ xc -xq;
the error I get is Undefined operator '+' for input arguments of type 'struct'.
Error in CBF_v2 (line 56) x= sol+ xc -xq;
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gorilla3
gorilla3 2017년 10월 17일
Oh, I made such a silly mistake! Thank you, Torsten!!

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Jan
Jan 2017년 10월 15일
sol = ode45(...) replies a struct, as the error message tells clearly. Either use:
x = sol.y + xc - xq;
Or use two outputs
[t2, x2] = ode45(...)
You obtain xc from t=0 to 100, but the 2nd integration goes from 0 to 20. Are you sure that you can add them directly? Is this meaningful?
You provide an initial with 3 elements in:
[t, xqxc] = ode45(F,[0 100], [0 0 0]);
But F replies a [2 x 1] vector only.
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Jan
Jan 2017년 10월 18일
You can convert the 2nd order system to a 1st order system easily. Then you can integrate both trajectories together. Or you define tspan as a vector, such the output of the integrator is calculated for the same time points. Then you can add the trajectories directly.
But currently you integrate one trajectory from 0 to 100, and the other from 0 to 20. Then it does not look logical to sum the trajectories.
Summary: I still do not understand exactly, what you are asking for.

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