Hello, everyone!

I have some trouble with simple electric circuit: voltage source and custom RC.

If R isn’t equal to zero everything is good, code works.

```
using ModelingToolkit, DifferentialEquations
import ModelingToolkitStandardLibrary.Electrical, ModelingToolkitStandardLibrary.Blocks
import ModelingToolkit: t_nounits as t, D_nounits as D
@mtkmodel myCapacitor begin
@parameters begin
r = 0.1
C = 1e-3
end
@variables begin
v_C(t)
end
@extend v, i = oneport = Electrical.OnePort(; i, v)
@equations begin
v ~ i*r + v_C
i ~ C*D(v_C)
end
end
@mtkmodel mtkModel begin
@components begin
cap = myCapacitor(r=0.5, C=1e-3)
source = Electrical.Voltage()
voltage_signal = Blocks.Sine(frequency=5.0)
ground = Electrical.Ground()
end
@equations begin
connect(source.p, cap.p)
connect(source.n, cap.n, ground.g)
connect(voltage_signal.output, source.V)
end
end
@mtkbuild model = mtkModel()
problem = ODEProblem(model, [model.cap.v_C => 0.0], (0, 2.0))
solution = solve(problem, Tsit5(), dt = 1e-3, adaptive=false)
```

but if R is equal to zero I have a warning.

```
Warning: Instability detected. Aborting
```

I understand that the problem is now incorrect and voltage cannot be a state variable anymore. I fixed it by replacing the

```
v ~ i*r + v_C
```

equation with the

```
D(v) ~ D(v_C)
```

equation.

But it only works correctly if r=0 because I don’t use “r”.

How can I combine two equations in one?

I tried if/else construction but it doesn’t work.

Thanks in advance for any feedback!