the results from one timestep feed into the subsequent timestep?
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Wesser on 19 Jan 2021
Commented: Wesser on 21 Mar 2021
I have the following equaiton:
This is a single compartment toxicological model. I want to generate what the dCs would be at 6month timesteps for 50 years. However the results are additave/compounding with time.
So for example:
at (t)=1, Cs(t)=0, and dCs(t) ends up being 12;
at (t)=2, Cs(t)=12...the result from the first timestep, and dCs(t) ends up being 23;
This pattern continues until 100 time steps have passed. All the other variable in the equation are fixed. How would I code this in a way where the results from one timestep feed into the subsequent timestep?
Many thanks for any and all help!
Chaitanya Mallela on 2 Feb 2021
You can implement this equation inside a MATLAB function block in Simulink with dCs(t) output given as a feedback input to the MATLAB function block using a time step delay.
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