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Integration time step in ODE45 Matlab

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Chiara Vieceli
Chiara Vieceli il 13 Lug 2023
Commentato: Steven Lord il 15 Lug 2023
Hello, I hope you can help me with this problem: I have to find out which is the time step used by the Matlab ode45 during integration. I have to set a value for the variable InitialStep through odeset, but I want to take a number which is similar to the time step used by the solver (I know it has a variable time step size, but I just need to discover the order of magnitude). I don't have to change or work on the output time interval, I am interested in knowing the integration time step size.
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James Tursa
James Tursa il 15 Lug 2023
Usually you don't have to do this, but in your case it is necessary? What differential equations are you solving?
Steven Lord
Steven Lord il 15 Lug 2023
In addition to James Tursa's question, how will your code handle the situation where the time step is negative? Yes, this can happen, if ode45 rejects a step and tries again with a smaller step. If it tries to step from t = 1 to t = 1.5, rejects it, then tries to step from t = 1 to t = 1.25 would that be detected as a time step of -0.25?

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Jan il 13 Lug 2023
The output time interval is the integration interval, so you can grab it e.g. in the outputfcn.

Torsten il 13 Lug 2023
Modificato: Torsten il 13 Lug 2023
If you use a two-element vector for tspan only giving the start and end time of integration, the values T(i+1)-T(i) (i=1,...,end-1) (computed from the array T returned by the solver) give the basic integration stepsizes taken. Of course, there will be function evaluations also in between the T-values due to the Runge-Kutta formulas.




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