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Error compiling simscape network

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aymen
aymen on 21 Apr 2018
Commented: Ameer Hamza on 21 Apr 2018
Dear Mr
i have this error message.
how i can fix it please.
Error compiling Simscape network for model HEV_SeriesParallel. Caused by: ['HEV_SeriesParallel/Electrical/System Level/DC-DC Converter/Thermal Model/Thermal Mass']: Type mismatch for equation. The left hand side of the equation is {[1x1 double], 'C'} and the right hand side of the equation is {[1x1 double], 'K'}. T = {[1x1 double], 'C'} M.T = {[1x1 double], 'K'} In foundation.thermal.elements.mass (line 45)

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Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 21 Apr 2018

This model has several versions. I ran the one in HEV_SeriesParallel_R18a folder and it is working fine on my machine. Can you specify which version you are trying to run?

aymen
aymen on 21 Apr 2018
Thank you Ameer actually i use the version of R2014 and may machine compose matlab R2016A.
Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 21 Apr 2018

try following steps:

  • run following commands to restore MATLAB paths and clear workspace.
clear all; path(pathdef); clc;

You might also try to restart the MATLAB.

  • Add only HEV_SeriesParallel_R14a folder and all of its subfolders to MATLAB path, remove all other versions from MATLAB path. For this, you might want to delete remaining versions if you don't intend to use them now.
  • Run the script 'startup_HEV_Model.m' in HEV_SeriesParallel_R14a and run the simulation.

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aymen
aymen on 21 Apr 2018
tHIS IS A SCREENSHOT FOR THE APPEARED PROBLEM.

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aymen
aymen on 21 Apr 2018
Also you can run this code and see directly the problem
https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/28441-hybrid-electric-vehicle-model-in-simulink

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aymen
aymen on 21 Apr 2018
I have used the version 2014B on matlab R2016a
Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 21 Apr 2018

Please refer to comment section of your question and avoid posting your comments as answers. This creates confusion for other people searching for the same problem.

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