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Need help with data store memory block of simulink
I am using some global variables in .m file so that their values generated in previous time step can automatically be used in th...

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Error while using ode15i:Not enough input arguments.
I am facing problem running the follwoing code..It gives results when it was 8x1 differential equation problem..Now adding two m...

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saving and writing variables in files
Hi I am using a main function ..In that function, in a loop I am calling another function...In that another function there are...

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substitute of persistent command
Hi, I am using persistent command for 4 varibles within a local function...That function is being called in ode15i solver ...Th...

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Parametric study of coupled pendulum
The coupled pendulum is a 2-DOF system and involves two equation of motion for each pendula.A parametric study is done on CP

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Parametric study of Compound pendulum
Compound pendulum_Equation of motion _parameteric study

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Need solution of coupled ordinary differential equation

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Need solution of coupled ordinary differential equation
And in this system i have not written dzdt equations because for the next iteration, its value depends on solution of ode15i. I ...

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solving Coupled nonlinear differential equation?
theta(s)=Const(c1*cos(theta_initialvalue-alpha)+(yfinal-y(s))*cos(alpha)-(xfinal-x(s)*sin(alpha)) diff(x(s))=cos(theta(s)) dif...

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Matlab Code for Rectangular Wave
I want to generate a rectangular wave of 5 Amplitude with duty cylce 70% and for remaining 30% amplitude is zero. The wave shoul...

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