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# Peter O

### Automotive Industry

Last seen: 22 days ago Active since 2011

Primarily specializing in electrical systems and optimization for MATLAB and Simulink.

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Python, C++, C, Javascript, MATLAB, HTML, CSS, Arduino, Shell, Fortran

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Why does differentiating PID feedback break the system?
Numerical differentiation is a very tricky thing to get right for a lot of controls cases. The reason is because unless you have...

9 months ago | 0

How to use python code with numpy in Matlab?
To my knowledge, the Anaconda distribution remains an unsupported version of Python for MATLAB. Numpy fails with Anaconda becaus...

11 months ago | 1

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In wind turbine with induction generator system, I keep getting NAN EM torque. How to fix this?
So you're generating, fixing the rotor speed of the machine to 1.09 per unit and supplying the machine from an infinite 3-phase ...

11 months ago | 0

convert 12 hour data to 24 hour datetime data for timetable
Once imported, you could query the AM/PM column, and if the answer is PM, add 12 hours to the value, and then delete the AM/PM c...

11 months ago | 0

How to stop simulink from terminating with position violation error?
Wrap it in a try catch block? %for loop try % set_param calls and stuff... outs = sim('model', ...) catch disp...

11 months ago | 0

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write a Program to model random motion of electron
You can use randi to place the 'electrons' at random points on the grid by picking the grid indexes at random. The distribution ...

11 months ago | 0

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To confirm, you're saying that result of importing the file as UINT8 is double the array size as importing as UINT16? That's to ...

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The Piggy Bank Problem
Given a cylindrical piggy bank with radius g and height y, return the bank's volume. [ g is first input argument.] Bonus though...

1 year ago

How to plot recursive definition in Matlab/Simulink?
Sure. Use a while loop and call functions for each. However, for this problem, consider using a for loop. It will be much more e...

1 year ago | 0

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How to simulate a limit switch in SIMULINK?
Try something like this. It's a little quickly done, so I'm sure there's room for optimization or elegance, but this works. You...

1 year ago | 1

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How to create pulsed sine waves in SIMULINK - that turns off at intervals?
Assuming that the sine wave is allowed to restart at an arbitrary position, I think the cleanest way might be route the sine wav...

1 year ago | 0

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random select n elements from n arrays
With a little programming and a for loop you can handle all possible combinations. If you want to be able to draw repeated ele...

1 year ago | 0

I am not able to understand how to implement this into simulink.
Fortunately, that current map looks very smooth. Consider using the 2D lookup block: https://www.mathworks.com/help/simulink/slr...

1 year ago | 0

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how to do model prediction using python in matlab
So it looks like it's launching into Python fine. A couple things to try: Standard Python or Anaconda? Sometimes Anaconda doesn...

1 year ago | 0

Derivative of state '1' in block 'model4/PMSM /Integrator' at time 1.09996 is not finite
This error can occur when the feedback loop creates positive feedback. As you step through time your derivative input into the i...

1 year ago | 0

Multi phase motor with more than one FEM-Parameterized Rotary Actuator ?!?
Federico. A two or three phase machine is better expressed using a machine model such as the ones found in the Simscape Electri...

1 year ago | 0

Problem with fmincon in case of using variables have various order
Ghost, Good observations. Yes, c has the greatest sensitivity. Sometimes it's possible to get a better fit by massaging the in...

1 year ago | 0

Segmentaion fault while calling Python script using system()
A couple thoughts: Regarding your python call: are you on a recent version of MATLAB? You can call the script directly using MA...

1 year ago | 0

How to fit integral function
Hi, A couple things I notice: integral2 expects max and min bounds, but you're passing it the entire grid. Instead of x and y,...

1 year ago | 0

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store data from different structures into one variable
Hi, Yes this is very possible to do. Are are 320 values stored as a vector in the acc field? If so, try using the arrayfun to l...

1 year ago | 0

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Move diary in file to newfolder
Hi Armin, Try this at the start of your code. You may need to ensure the path exists before creating the diary file. You should...

1 year ago | 1

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Start Simulink Simulation non-blocking with outputs
Hi, Yes sim is a blocking command. You can configure a simulation to dump its output to the workspace and access it from there....

1 year ago | 0

Detecting a local minima within a specific splice of data
I'm very unfamiliar with ECGs. Two ideas: Is the Q peak always the "lowest"? Flip/Invert the signal to search for the peak of Q...

1 year ago | 0

Hi, I'm having trouble solving a non-liner 2nd order ODE, could someone help me? I'm not able to assemble the code.
Ah, this is a nice heat transfer homework problem! The function you're looking for in MATLAB for coding up the solution is calle...

1 year ago | 0

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Increasing datatip display precision (MATLAB 2019a)
Quick and dirty way (works in 2021, I think should still work in 2019): Create a data tip and right-click on it. Edit content a...

1 year ago | 2

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missing parameter to change fixed step size via code
CurrentTimeStep = get_param(gcs, 'FixedStep'); set_param(gcs,'FixedStep','0.1') gcs is a MATLAB call for "get current system"....

1 year ago | 0

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From workspace does not receive data properly.
Are you using the auto solver? What is the smallest timestep taken at the start? It's possible that the solver needs to be confi...

1 year ago | 0

Accessing specific values in every matrix in a cell array
Sure, use cellfun: A = {[1,2,3],[4,5,6],[7,8,9];[10,11,12],[13,14,15],[16,17,18]}; B = cellfun(@(x) x(3), A) disp(B)

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