Using vectors as input in simscape interface

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Nicholas Ootani
Nicholas Ootani on 5 Jul 2021
Answered: David John on 3 Aug 2021
Hello everybody,
I have the following problem. A sine wave as an input to a gain circuit. The gain is set to 2, so as a response in the scope block should be double of the input signal.
My question here is, is there a way to input a vector into the simscape interface?
something like,
set_param('Simplified_vector/Sine', 'Amplitude', [1; 2; 3] );
and get the output in the scope as 3 curves multiplied by 2.

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David John
David John on 3 Aug 2021
Vectors are usable in Simscape, but only if the blocks in your model also support vectors. In this case, they don't. The electrical domain is scalar, so you would either need to define three separate networks that are all identical (easiest if you use subsystem reference) and split out the components of your input vector, or you would need to define blocks in a three-phase domain.

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