Want to understand how to implement in matlab the following differential equation?

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Meri on 27 Jun 2024
Commented: Meri on 27 Jun 2024
This is the equation I want to write in matlab, so I can have a solution for Q:
Q(t)=(P1(t)-P2)/R +C(dP1/dt) I know P1(t) is a time varing parameter and I know its pattern in time P2 is a costant, R is a costant knows also C. I started implementing it using ode45 to solve differential equations of 1st order and noticed it is not the right manner, because I want to know Q and in the defination of ode45 it finds exactly the first order derivative. Can someone help me by giving adive on how to procced?

Torsten on 27 Jun 2024
Edited: Torsten on 27 Jun 2024
If you know P1 over time, you don't have a differential equation, but simply an algebraic relation to determine Q:
where P1, T are vectors of the same length. T is the time vector corresponding to P1.
Meri on 27 Jun 2024
Thank you very much, only now I realised that it was so simple. Thank you again for your help

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