How to specify initial voltage or current of a series RLC branch when using power_statepace command?

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orhan Bugur
orhan Bugur on 15 Aug 2011
Answered: Joel Van Sickel on 18 Aug 2021
I can generate statespace representation of a circuit using 'power_statespace' command of matlab.
Eventhough 'power_statespace' outputs initial conditions of reduced states 'x0', I cannot specify the initial voltage of a capacitor or initial current of an inductor.
Doesn't 'power_statespace' command support specifying initial current or voltage of a series RLC branch?

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Joel Van Sickel
Joel Van Sickel on 18 Aug 2021
Hello,
I realize this answer is too late for the asker, but as part of a cleanup effort, I will be answering this question: This command actually computes initial values based on the topolgy and switching states so it will not necessarily use the initial conditions that you specify in the model.
Regards,
Joel

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