You choose global, or model-wide, solvers through Simulink®, by using the model configuration parameters. You can also use a local Simscape™ solver for parts of the system, and adjust other options in the Solver Configuration block. For recommended choices, see Making Optimal Solver Choices for Physical Simulation.
|Simscape Variable Scaling Analyzer||Resolve variable scaling issues and improve simulation speed of Simscape models|
Explains how to harmonize global, or model-wide, Simulink solvers with local Simscape solvers for physical simulation.
Provides background information on advanced concepts and trade-offs to consider when you select solvers and configure other simulation settings.
Detailed how-to information on solver selection for physical simulation.
Detailed how-to information and best practices on using
solver for physical simulation.
Detailed explanation of how the Partitioning solver formulates the equations and why it is much faster than the other solvers.
Ways to provide time derivatives of the input signals, required by the selected solver, and benefits of input filtering.
Improve simulation robustness by providing scale of variables to solver.
Example of applying scaling by nominal values to improve simulation robustness.
Improve Simscape model convergence by analyzing for problematic variable scaling.
Increase simulation speed for systems with a single base frequency.
Analyze the effect of particular block variables on overall system stiffness of a Simscape network.