Maximum number of zero-crossings per step
Maximum number of zero crossings to locate in a single time step
Model Configuration Pane: Solver
When a discontinuity, or zero crossing, is detected in a simulation where you have zero-crossing detection enabled, the solver tries to determine the time at which the zero crossing occurred through an iterative process. This parameter specifies the maximum number of zero crossings the solver tries to locate within a single simulation time step.
You can adjust the bounded computational cost of the fixed-step zero-crossing algorithm using this parameter and the Maximum number of zero-crossings per step parameter.
To enable this parameter:
Set the solver Type to
Set Solver to any value except
discrete (no continuous states).
Select Enable zero-crossing detection for fixed-step solver.
2| positive scalar integer
Allowing the solver to detect more zero crossings per step can produce a more accurate solution but is more computationally intensive.
The table summarizes recommended values for this parameter based on considerations related to code generation.
|Safety precaution||No impact|
|Value: positive scalar integer|
Introduced in R2022a