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- fsolve (preinstalled with MATLAB)
- Use Block Decomposition: Activates a Dulmage-Mendelssohn Decomposition to divide the algebraic equation system into blocks, which can be solved individually by MATLAB.
- TolFun: MATLAB’s option to set the convergence criterion for fsolve. For more information refer to MATLAB’s documentation
- Use Analytic Derivatives: If this option is set to “yes”, MOSAIC provides a symbolic form of the Jacobian matrix to fsolve.
- MaxIter: MATLAB’s option to set the maximum number of iterations for fsolve. For more information refer to MATLAB’s documentation.
- Use Sparse Jacobian: If this option is set to “yes”, MOSAIC provides the Jacobian in a sparse form to fsolve.
Usage for Simulation
- Open an NLE Evaluation in MOSAIC
- Set the variable specs to obtain a degree of freedom of zero.
- Select the Predefined Language Specification “MATLAB NLE”.
- Choose the Code Generator and Solver Properties in accordance with the User Options above.
- Press Generate Code.
- Copy everything from the View Code tab and paste it to a new m-file inside MATLAB’s IDE.
- Save the new m-file
- Press run inside MATLAB’s IDE.
- After completion the results appear in MATLAB’s command line window.
- Copy the lines containing the variable names and their final values and paste them into the Import tab of MOSAIC’s evaluation environment.
- Select the Predefined Language Specification “MATLAB NLE” and press Import.
- The results will automatically update the Initial values in the Variable Specification tab and can be saved for future use by pressing Save As.