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Hello Community,

is it possible to run a simulation by a command?

 

I would like to run two simulations of two different models.

The results of the first simulation are input values for the second.

 

Regards,

 

Nils

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Hello Nils,

Short answer is: Yes you can.

Let us consider that we have two Models: (A and B).

If you want to share signals. A must create the signal using the SignalOut block and B will read the Signal using the SignalIn block.

In that case the oml function will be

function run_sims()
    vssRunSimulation('modelA',[],getcurrentenv);
    vssRunSimulation('modelB',[],getcurrentenv);
end

 

note the third argument is where the signal created by A is stored. In the example, it is the current environment, so you can directly access that signal, process it if needed before calling the second simulation.

 

Hope this help.

 

Thanks

 

Fady

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Thank you Fady,

basically your solution is working. It worked several times...

 

But after some time without any changes in the model this Error occoured:

image.png.c8aafd83c0a6cd58a4ef54632a10a198.png

 

I had the same error with a "toMat-file" Block and 'solved' the issue by deleting the block.

 

@RoKet The Simulations run one after the other.

 

Regards,

 

Nils

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