Incrementing a loop for the next set of values

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Ritika Srinivasan
Ritika Srinivasan on 4 Jan 2022
Commented: VBBV on 5 Jan 2022
Hi,
I have an array of Pv generation data of size 8760x1 this is code I have :
poweredbypv=(zeros(size(8760)));
for i=1:24
if Egenpv(i) > Eelectrolyzer
poweredbypv(i)=Eelectrolyzer;
else
poweredbypv(i)=Egenpv(i);
end
end
I need this piece of code to run 8760 times but each time 'i' has to be incremented for the next set of 24 values for example when the loop runs the second time the values from 25 to 48 must be considered and so on.
I would appreciate any help
Thank you!

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VBBV
VBBV on 4 Jan 2022
poweredbypv=(zeros(size(8760,24)));
for j = 1: length(poweredbypv)
for i=1:24
if Egenpv(i) > Eelectrolyzer
poweredbypv(j,i)=Eelectrolyzer;
else
poweredbypv(j,i)=Egenpv(i);
end
end
end
Add another for loop and try as above.
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VBBV
VBBV on 5 Jan 2022
You don't have to increment it separately as the for loop with j is meant for it.

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