any input function to transfer functionm

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John Krzykacz
John Krzykacz on 12 Mar 2019
Commented: Aquatris on 13 Mar 2019
In Matlab ezxamples the input to transfer functions are definite i.e. defined mathematically.
I need to enter to a transfer function my own a function/array created in my Matlab code. It is a random array, without any analytical /mathematical expression.
Can I use this array as an input to a transfer function? (I suspect Matlab should calculete its Laplace transform "on line").
Thanks- bj

Answers (1)

Aquatris
Aquatris on 13 Mar 2019
I think the function you are looking for is lsim().
The usage is pretty simple.
t = 0:1e-3:10; % time vector
u = rand(length(t),1);% random inputs
sys = tf(100,[1 2*0.1*10 100]); % transfer function
[y,t] = lsim(sys,u,t);
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Aquatris
Aquatris on 13 Mar 2019
I can't help much more with the limited information. However, I can suggest converting the transfer function in to state space form and writing your own solver using Euler integration or Runge-Kutta. This way you can calculate the input however you want.

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