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Dwarf

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Simulink and finite difference
Posted: Sep 7, 2000 10:18 AM
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Hello all,

I'm trying to implement a finite difference type alogrithm using
Simulink. The goal is to simulate a pipe network including a control
system.

Among other things I'm having trouble passing information back 'upstream'.
The immediate goal is for me to create a subsystem representing a straight
length of level pipe that can be connected together to form a simple
series/parallel pipe system. My problem is figuring out how to pass the
pressure and flow demands from one pipe section to the previous section.

Any suggestions are welcomed (except possibly 'find another system in
which to work', because the people here are have already spent their money
on Matlab and so are quite fond of it. I don't really want to tell them
they've misspent.)

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