Estimation of Optimal Time Step and Compare with of ODE Solver of MATLAB Package of RLC Circuit using Numerical Methods
In this paper analysis of a RLC circuit model that has been described optimal time step and minimize of error using numerical method. The goal is to reach the optimal time response due to the input for which optimal output response reaches a minimum error and also compared with ODE solver of MATLAB packages for the different cell (mesh) size of the RLC model. Table is constructed of the model to evaluate optimal time step and also CPU time into the simulation using MATLAB 7.6.0(R2008a).The values of register, capacitor and inductor as well as electromagnetic force are obtained through the mathematical relations of the model. The general analysis of the RLC circuit due to the optimal time step and minimum error is developed after several analysis and operations. The theoretical results show effectiveness of optimized of the model.
Keywords: Optimal time step; MATLAB; Trapezoidal; Implicit Euler; Runge-Kutta method; RLC circuit.
Daffodil International University Journal of Science and Technology Vol.7(1) 2012 67-73
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