# Multiple Output with OutputResponse in Mathematica

I have a question here regarding how to derive multiple output from OutputResponse or in general. Here is a screenshot of the codes As seen, I have only one quantity plotted. Tried google but didn't manage to find a solution.

The codes are here:

ω = 2. Pi*50; Mag = 1; θ = 0.;

Tαβ2dqInv22 = {{Cos[ω t], -Sin[ω t]},
{Sin[ω t], Cos[ω t]}};
Tαβ2dq22 = {{Cos[ω t],
Sin[ω t]}, {-Sin[ω t], Cos[ω t]}};

Inputαβ22 = {Mag Cos[ω t + θ],
Mag Cos[ω t + θ]};
(*Inputαβ22={Mag ,Mag};*)

Outαβ2dq22 =
FullSimplify[Tαβ2dq22.Inputαβ22] //
TrigReduce;

g[t_] = OutputResponse[
TransferFunctionModel[(0.67/(0.0025 s + 1) + 1)/(0.0025 s), s],
Outαβ2dq22[], t];
f[t_] = OutputResponse[
TransferFunctionModel[(0.67/(0.0025 s + 1) + 1)/(0.0025 s), s],
Outαβ2dq22[], t];

Plot[{g[t], f[t]}, {t, 0, 0.2}, PlotRange -> Automatic]

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Is this what you are looking for? The response to the two inputs:

res = Chop@Expand@
OutputResponse[
TransferFunctionModel[(0.67/(0.0025*s + 1) + 1)/(0.0025*s),
s], #1, t] & /@ Outαβ2dq22;
Plot[res, {t, 0, 0.05}, PlotRange -> All] • Yes, that is what I want! Thank you! – Peng Dec 14 '16 at 19:42

tf = TransferFunctionModel[(0.67/(0.0025 s + 1) + 1)/(0.0025 s), s];
Outαβ2dq22 = FullSimplify[Tαβ2dq22.Inputαβ22] // TrigReduce // Chop;
Plot[Outαβ2dq22, {t, 0, 0.1}] out1 = OutputResponse[tf, Outαβ2dq22[], {t, 0, 0.2}];
out2 = OutputResponse[tf, Outαβ2dq22[], {t, 0, 0.2}];

out3 = OutputResponse[tf, #, {t, 0, 0.2}] & /@ Outαβ2dq22;


You get the same output with out1 + out2 or out3:

Plot[{out1, out2}, {t, 0, 0.2}] Plot[out3, {t, 0, 0.2}] You have a network that only one source works. If both sources act, they must be linked to each other. Now a network on which two sources work and thus the answer to your question at the beginning " I have a question here regarding how to derive multiple output from OutputResponse or in general." g1 = (uR - u1) s C1 + uR/R + (uR - u2)/(s L1);
sol = Solve[g1 == 0, uR];
iR = uR/R /. sol;
h1 = iR/u1 /. u2 -> 0;
h2 = iR/u2 /. u1 -> 0;
tf = TransferFunctionModel[{Join[h1, h2]}, s] T = 10^-3;
params= {L1 -> 1, C1 -> 0.1*10^-6, R -> 1000};
q1 = SquareWave[{0, 1}, (t + T/4)/T];
q2 = SawtoothWave[{0, 1}, t/T];
out = OutputResponse[tf /. params, {q1, q2}, {t, 0, 5 T}];

Show[
Plot[{q1, 1000 out}, {t, 0, 5 T}, ExclusionsStyle -> Automatic, PlotStyle -> {Blue, Thick}],
Plot[q2, {t, 0, 5 T}, ExclusionsStyle -> Automatic, PlotStyle -> Darker[Red]]
] • Thanks for another solution to the problem! Strangely, when I use function without defining time range in OutputResponse, the plot seems wrong. Why is that? g[t_] = OutputResponse[tf, Out\[Alpha]\[Beta]2dq22[], t];' f[t_] = OutputResponse[ResoantFilter, Out\[Alpha]\[Beta]2dq22[], t]; Plot[{g[t], f[t]}, {t, 0, 0.2}] – Peng Dec 14 '16 at 19:36
• Peng, look at the output of $f[t]$ or $g[t]$. Then you will see why I used Chop and Expand. If you add that, I think the problems you are seeing will go away. – Suba Thomas Dec 14 '16 at 19:55
• @rewi a lot for me to learn from your latter part. Thanks! – Peng Dec 14 '16 at 22:29
• @Suba Thomas you were right. I can see what Chop is doing but for expand, I am not sure how it helps... – Peng Dec 14 '16 at 22:31
• Peng, I used Expand to get a cleaner picture of what was getting chopped. – Suba Thomas Dec 14 '16 at 22:55