Running two different models in one simulink code with subsystems

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Aishwarya Rao
Aishwarya Rao 2022 年 11 月 27 日
回答済み: Sameer Pujari 2022 年 11 月 30 日
Hi All,
I want to run two different Ordinary differential equation at the same time in Simulink. For that I am using Atomic subsystems. From my knowledge each subsystem runs as a separate function. But I am not sure whether running two different models will have any interaction in the outputs. Is it the right way? If not, can you please suggest me the alternative? Also, which one of the following way is suitable for reducing file size - using subsystems or creating a new separate code for each ode?

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Sameer Pujari
Sameer Pujari 2022 年 11 月 30 日
Hi Aishwarya
As per my understanding of your question, As you are using an atomic subsystem and there are no dependencies between 2 subsystems, Both subsystems will work independently of each other.
Size wise using subsystems will consume less size as configuration settings will only take the size of one. Although execution time may slightly increase I think that may not cause an issue


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