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How can I tune a block parameter till I retrieve a desired output?

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arturo pietri
arturo pietri 2020 年 9 月 11 日
コメント済み: arturo pietri 2020 年 9 月 15 日
I would like to be able to run a simulation which tunes the gain value 'A' (The amplitude of my sine wave) so that for a given maximum amplitude of {\theta}, the simulation runs till it finds an appopriate gain 'A' value.
For example: If I would like my {\theta} amplitude to be no more than 2, then for all other values which my {\theta} maximum amplitude does not reach or surpass 2, tune 'A' for values which my {\theta} would achieve a maximum amplitude of 2.
I have tried:
a) Work with If / Else. But this does not allow subsystems with multiple actions.
b) Try using the Logic function 'Compare'. But did not find a proper way to tune 'A'
c) I tried adding a PID, rather than using 'A' as a gain, I would use P as my 'A' value. But did not try further with the I nor D controller for tuning the signal.
d) I tried reworking the whole system. Rather than start integrating from \ddot{\theta}, I started to differentiate from {\theta} (as then I would define my {\theta} as an input rather than a fixed ouput). Never tried this one before, therefore my system would give strange results.

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sruthi gundeti
sruthi gundeti 2020 年 9 月 13 日
Define Gain 'A' Value From Workspace and Output Variable as To workspace variable and use Data Inspector to record each simulation output
By using m- script
In a for loop
1. change the value Gain A
2. Run the simulation
3.When the Output variable satisfies the criteria ,Break the loop
4.Going over large number of simulations can collapse matlab so limit the iterations of Gain A values and check the results manually to decide the appopriate gain 'A' value.

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arturo pietri
arturo pietri 2020 年 9 月 14 日
Thank you for your reply.
I gotta check on my side now. I got a little bit stuck with the m- script and the For loop. Because when I used the From Workspace block in simulink, it would run in a double variable (time series).
So I am here still learning how to write the m- script, the for loop.
arturo pietri
arturo pietri 2020 年 9 月 15 日
Hello!
I tried following your suggestion. This is what I did:
1) Defined my Gain A value as a variable From Workspace block.
2) Defined my output (phi) as a variable To Workspace block.
3) Created a for loop m-script which looks as the follow:
for i = 0.001:0.0025:0.1
A = [0 i];
%Load model
load_system('Model1');
%Simulate Model
sim('Model1');
% Open the Simulation Data Inspector
Simulink.sdi.view;
% retrieve phi values from output Simulation
phi = ans.get('phi')
if phi == 2
break
end
end
Thank you again for your suggestion!!
Only detail that I am missing is the break condition (to stop simulation when phi == 2). Which is not working.
I am not sure if I am retrieving correctly the To Workspace variable (phi) by: phi = ans.get('phi') , or if my If statement is quite vague. Do I create a new post and accept your answer?

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