Error: Not enough input parameters

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Whitewater
Whitewater on 8 May 2015
Commented: Stephen23 on 8 May 2015
When I compile the following function I receive an error message that indicates there are not enough input parameters. For background, I am putting together functions for a solving a 2nd order nonlinear ODE BVP using bvp4c and the code below is establishing the system of ODEs generated when I split up my 2nd order ODE. The x and y values are generated by bvcinit and thus y has two rows.
function rhs = rhs_bvp (x, y, mu_bulk, mu_x, F, ereo, z, c_bulk, Vt)
call_all
rhs = [y(2); 2*z*F*c_bulk/ereo/Vt*exp(mu_bulk-mu_x)*sinh(z*y(1))-y(2)/x];
end
I have been over and over all the parameters and I can't seem to find where I have gone wrong. Assistance please??
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Stephen23
Stephen23 on 8 May 2015
Although of course this is the start of many great arguments on the internet...

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Answers (1)

Thomas Koelen
Thomas Koelen on 8 May 2015
Edited: Thomas Koelen on 8 May 2015
In your main function, before you call this function can you put this and post results?
(Or whatever you called your variables)
x
y
mu_bulk
mu_x
F
ereo
z
c_bulk
Vt
Just to make sure!
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 8 May 2015
Please also show us the code for making the call.

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