# Error when solving differential equations

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nune pratyusha 2021 年 3 月 8 日
コメント済み: Walter Roberson 2021 年 3 月 9 日
function dydt = vdpi1(t,y)
syms n
a=3.5*10^-6;
Gm=0.02
Sp=2.75*10^-5;
yon=0.01;
b=3.1;
son=0.10;
B=90;
% vm=0:0.5:2.5;
% gp=sinh(vm);
A=2.5;
soff=0.07;
beta=300;
yoff=0.091
v=symsum((1/n)*sin(2*n*pi*20*t),n,1,100)
i=v.*(y(1)*Gm+(1-y(1))*a.*exp(b*sqrt(abs(v))))
p=v.*(y(1)*Gm+(1-y(1))*a.*exp(b*sqrt(abs(sin(t))))).*v
dydt1 = B*sinh(v/son).*exp(-y(1).^2/yon^2).*exp(p/Sp)*heaviside(t)
% p1=v.*(y(2)*Gm+(1-y(2))*a.*exp(b*sqrt(abs(sin(t))))).*v
dydt2=A*sinh(v/soff).*exp(-yoff^2./y(2).^2).*exp(1/(1+beta*p))
dydt=[dydt1;dydt2]
[t,y] = ode45(@vdpi,[-10 10],[0.1,0.02]);
% Plot the solutions for \$y_1\$ and \$y_2\$ against t.
Gm=0.02
Sp=2.75*10^-5;
yon=0.01;
b=3.1;
son=0.10;
B=90;
plot(t,y(:,1))
k=real(i)
k(41:44)=[]
% v=sin(t);
figure
plot(t,y(:,2))
% plot(v,-k)
i am getting error :
Error using odearguments (line 95)
VDPI returns a vector of length 1, but the length of initial conditions vector is 2. The vector returned by VDPI and the
initial conditions vector must have the same number of elements.
Error in ode45 (line 115)
odearguments(FcnHandlesUsed, solver_name, ode, tspan, y0, options, varargin);
Error in vdpi_1 (line 1)
[t,y] = ode45(@vdpi,[-10 10],[0.1,0.02])

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### 回答 (1 件)

Alan Stevens 2021 年 3 月 8 日
function dydt = vdpi1(t,y)
but you really want dy returned, not dydt.
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Walter Roberson 2021 年 3 月 9 日
Error in usha(line 1)
[t,y] = ode23(@usha,[0 10],0.01);
So file usha line 1 has a call to ode23 specifying @usha as the code to execute, which is the same as the name of the script containing the call to ode23 . If that were going to work at all, it would set up an infinite loop .
You also have function usha somewhere. If it is in the same file, then you have a name conflict with the name of the file, unless function usha is the first function in the file . In particular you cannot have a script named usha that defines a function named usha .
Also symsum() returns a symbolic expression, so v will be symbolic, and so i will be symbolic, and p will be symbolic, and so dydt will be symbolic. But your function must return single or double, never symbolic.

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