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Yaroslav

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Yaroslav submitted a Comment to Solution 1422711

Hi! You are overdoing it by using a "for" loop with the recursion: it takes too long and an error is thrown. Remove the loop and try again. Good luck! Regards, Yaroslav

on 24 Jan 2018

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Yaroslav submitted a Comment to Solution 711049

Have you tried to to the same for your "Gain2" port? A simple check yields: >> 20.02 - 0.1/(0.5*0.01) - 0.01^2/(0.5*0.01) >> ans = -4.2674e-16. Perhaps this is what throws you out of tolerance. Another thing I can recommend is trying with a different circuit. Nonetheless, I do agree with you that the tolerances ought to be looser. You may suggest it to Guy and Seth: http://blogs.mathworks.com/seth/2015/08/07/modeling-and-simulation-challenge-in-cody/

on 12 Aug 2015

Yaroslav submitted a Comment to Solution 711049

Go to Matlab and write: >> format long; >> 60/(2*pi) ans = 9.549296585513721 That is the conversion constant of rpm to rad/sec. Using |format long| gives you the answer within Matlab's working precision.

on 7 Aug 2015

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