I want to know the dependent states of my model, to use them in a general procedure for generate intitial conditions.

Is there a function??

Thanks

## The model has dependet states

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### Re: The model has dependet states

Process your model first. Then when you open the variable chooser (Model -> Show Variables, etc) you can specify with the checkboxes in that dialog that you only would like to see the Dependent/Algebraic variables. Now you see the dependent states and algebraic variables that you requested.

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### Re: The model has dependet states

I’ve solve the problem build a generic “switch power junction”.

Now I need to know the initial conditions of my switching mode system. To do this, I need to know the states of my model (dependent and independent) to create a general equation submodel.

I want to know the states of my model before process de model.

Can I do this?

Thanks

Now I need to know the initial conditions of my switching mode system. To do this, I need to know the states of my model (dependent and independent) to create a general equation submodel.

I want to know the states of my model before process de model.

Can I do this?

Thanks

### Re: The model has dependet states

I assume that you mean the initial value of the states?

These initial values are specified in the Parameters dialog in the Initial Values tab.

Here's more information from the 20-sim web help:

http://www.20sim.com/webhelp/simulator_ ... parameters

You can also after a run copy the current state values back to the initial values as a new starting point.

Use the command "copy states" from the 20-sim Simulator.

http://www.20sim.com/webhelp/simulator_ ... opy+states

hope this helps

These initial values are specified in the Parameters dialog in the Initial Values tab.

Here's more information from the 20-sim web help:

http://www.20sim.com/webhelp/simulator_ ... parameters

You can also after a run copy the current state values back to the initial values as a new starting point.

Use the command "copy states" from the 20-sim Simulator.

http://www.20sim.com/webhelp/simulator_ ... opy+states

hope this helps

member 20-sim development team