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how to chose simulink solver for power electronics?

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i am simulating a DC to DC converter using simulink. i have voltage sensing on the converter output which i run through a simple controller, PI feedback system.

when i set my Kp (gain) from 0.2 to 0.8 the simulation just craps out!

the solver i am using is 23T

then, i change the solver to a different one and if i select a "good" one i get a simulation!

why the 23T vsolver crap out on me?

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Mr.Cool said:
i am simulating a DC to DC converter using simulink. i have voltage sensing on the converter output which i run through a simple controller, PI feedback system.

when i set my Kp (gain) from 0.2 to 0.8 the simulation just craps out!

the solver i am using is 23T

then, i change the solver to a different one and if i select a "good" one i get a simulation!

why the 23T vsolver crap out on me?

Mr.Cool

DCDC is a hybrid system, so you should use hybrid solver.

continous solver is no suitable
 

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