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Obtain max output value Simulink

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Hello, I have a little doubt, someone could tell me how to get the maximum value of the output (curve shown in blue on the oscilloscope)
Thank you so much.


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Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 7 Nov 2020
Edited: Ameer Hamza on 7 Nov 2020
max block is not suitable for saving the maximum value. See the example in the attached file (Saved in R2020b).


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Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 7 Nov 2020
data(end) will not be available until simulation is completed. You can not use it in the test. Note that Simulink will not input a vector 'data'. At each iteration, 'data' will be a scalar number. Since you already now that data(end) is 1, so directly use it. Something like this
function Ts = fnc(data,t)
persistent flag
persistent T
if isempty(flag)
flag = 1;
T = 0;
if flag && (abs(data-1) < 0.05 * 1)
flag = false;
T = t;
Ts = T;
However, it will note the time when the output is rising, not when it is settling.
Alejandro Fernández
Alejandro Fernández on 7 Nov 2020
And where can I get the t-value of what I have in simulink? I tried with a Clock but I don't know if it's correct..
Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 7 Nov 2020
No, clock is the correct block to use here. I should be giving the correct time values.

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