Learn how to run an aerospace model in the Simulink® interface, examine the results, and modify the model settings and parameters.
Build models with your Aerospace Blockset™ software.
Access product examples.
Calculate indicated and true airspeed.
Model the airframe, environment, and pilot of the first aircraft, the Wright Flyer.
Model the airframe of a NASA HL-20 lifting body, a low-cost complement to the Space Shuttle orbiter.
Generate code for real-time execution in rapid prototyping and for hardware-in-the-loop systems using Simulink Coder™ software.
Use quaternion functions in the MATLAB Function block.
Use Simulink Projects (Simulink) to help organize large flight simulation modeling projects and makes it easier to share projects with others.