error using ode23

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nune pratyusha
nune pratyusha 2021 年 4 月 27 日
コメント済み: Jan 2021 年 4 月 27 日
function dydt = parasi12(t1,y1)
a=7.2*10^-6;
Gm=2.5*10^-2;
Sp=2.75*10^-5;
yon=6*10^-2;
b=4.7;
son=4.5*10^-1;
B=10^-4;
vm=0.1:0.001:0.2;
gp=sinh(vm);
A=10^-10;
soff=1.3*10^-2;
beta=500;
e1=52;
e2=55;
s=10*10;
D=20;
yoff=1.3*10^-2;
f=50;
v1=sawtooth(2*pi*f*t1);
% v=v+1;
i1=v1.*(y1*Gm+(1-y1)*a.*exp(b*sqrt(gp)));
p1=i1.*v1;
dydt = B*sinh(v1/son).*exp(-y1.^2/yon^2).*exp(p1/Sp).*heaviside(v1)+...
A*sinh(v1/soff).*exp(-yoff^2./(y1.^2)).*exp(1/(1+(beta*p1))).*heaviside(-v1);
vm=0.1:0.001:0.2;
t1=0.01:0.0009:0.1;
[t1,y1] = ode23(@parasi12,t1,0.01)
e1=52;
e2=55;
s=10*10;
D=20;
a=7.2*10^-6;
Gm=2.5*10^-2;
b=4.7;
sp=2.75*10^-5;
yon=6*10^-2;
son=4.5*10^-1;
B=10^-4;
A=10^-10;
soff=1.3*10^-2;
beta=500;
yoff=1.3*10^-2;
gp=tanh(vm);
f=50;
v1=sawtooth(2*pi*f*t1);
plot(t1,y1)
in command window error is coming like
Error using /
Matrix dimensions must agree.
Error in parasi12 (line 25)
A*sinh(v1/soff).*exp(-yoff^2./(y1.^2)).*exp(1/(1+(beta*p1))).*heaviside(-v1);
Error in odearguments (line 90)
f0 = feval(ode,t0,y0,args{:}); % ODE15I sets args{1} to yp0.
Error in ode23 (line 114)
odearguments(FcnHandlesUsed, solver_name, ode, tspan, y0, options, varargin);
Error in Untitled3 (line 3)
[t1,y1] = ode23(@parasi12,t1,0.01)
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Jan
Jan 2021 年 4 月 27 日
As said already: The readers have no chance to know, if your code matchs the mathematical formula. So we cannot debug the code with onbly knowing that there is a bug anywhere.
Use the debugger to step through your code line by line to examine, what's going on.

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Jan
Jan 2021 年 4 月 27 日
dydt = B * sinh(v1 / son) .* exp(-y1.^2 ./ yon^2) ...
.* exp(p1 ./ Sp) .* heaviside(v1) + ...
A * sinh(v1 / soff) .* exp(-yoff^2 ./ (y1.^2)) ...
.* exp(1 ./ (1 + (beta * p1))) .* heaviside(-v1);
I've replaced all / by ./ for an elementwise division. But without seeing the formula, which you want to calculate, this is pure guessing only. In general it is impossible to fix code only by seeing the failing code. The comments are missing.
By the way, 4.5*10^-1 is a multiplication and an expensive power operation, while 4.5e-1 is a cheap constant. Therefore this simpler notation is not only easier to read, but faster also.

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