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Index in position 1 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 1).

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mukul anand
mukul anand on 27 Aug 2019
Commented: mukul anand on 27 Aug 2019
clear all;
clc;
YBUS
IP_DATA
e=busdata(:,3);
f= 0;
V=e+1i*f;
g=abs(ybus);
b=0;
y=g+1i*b;
J1=zeros(1,n);
for i=2:nbus
for k=2:nbus
if i==k
J1(i,i)=2*e(i)*g(i,i)+g(i,k)*e(k)-b(i,k)*f(k);
else
J1(i,k)= (e(i)*g(k,i))-(f(i)*b(i,k));
end
end
end
J1;
In J1 (i,k) eroor is coming...Please help asap...

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Jan
Jan on 27 Aug 2019
Avoid "asap", because it is impolite to puish voluntary helpers.

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Jan
Jan on 27 Aug 2019
Edited: Jan on 27 Aug 2019
We cannot know, what YBUS and IP_DATA is. It is your turn to check, if the error message concerns the variable e, g or f. Do this using the debugger. Type this in the command window:
dbstop if error
Run your code again. When Matlab stops at the error use size() to check the sizes of the potentially concerned variables.
My guess: After
b=0;
the expression b(i,k) does not work for i or k > 1.

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