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simulink SVPWM SVPWM3L_Ti​mingCalcul​ation函数定义怎​么查看

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pian zhou
pian zhou el 13 de Mayo de 2022
Respondida: Riya el 21 de Dic. de 2023
simulink SVPWM example中, SVPWM3L_TimingCalculation函数定义怎么查看

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Riya
Riya el 21 de Dic. de 2023
Hello pian,
由于中文不是我的母语,我将尝试用英文回答这个问题
As per my understanding, you want to know hHow to view the definition of SVPWM3L_TimingCalculation function in Ssimulink SVPWM example
Please note that, in Simulink, to view the definition of a function like `SVPWM3L_TimingCalculation`, which is used in an example model for Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation (SVPWM), you typically need to navigate to the function's implementation within the model. Here's how you can do it:
  • Open the Simulink Model and locate the function, you'll need to locate where the `SVPWM3L_TimingCalculation` function is being used.
  • Open the Function Definition:
- If it is a ‘MATLAB Function block’, double-clicking on the block will open the MATLAB function editor where you can view and edit the code.
- If it is a ‘Stateflow chart’, double-clicking on the chart will open the Stateflow editor where you can view the state machine and any associated functions.
- If it is a ‘Simulink Function block’, double-clicking on the block should open the block editor where you can see the inputs, outputs, and the function-call subsystem associated with the function.
  • Once you've located and opened the function definition, you should be able to view the code and see how the `SVPWM3L_TimingCalculation` function is implemented.
If this function is part of a MATLAB file or script rather than being embedded in the model, you may need to open the corresponding MATLAB file. You can do this by navigating to the file in the MATLAB Current Folder window and double-clicking it, or by typing the file name into the MATLAB Command Window.
For more information you can refer following articles for more information:
I hope it helps!

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