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Visualization During Simulation

View linearized system characteristics, such as Bode response and gain and phase margins, during simulation

During simulation you can view the linearized characteristics of a nonlinear Simulink® model including its Bode plot and gain and phase margins. To do so, add a Linear Analysis Plots block to your model, and specify the snapshot times at which to linearize the model.

Blocks

Bode Plot Bode plot of linear system approximated from nonlinear Simulink model
Gain and Phase Margin Plot Gain and phase margins of linear system approximated from nonlinear Simulink model
Linear Step Response Plot Step response of linear system approximated from nonlinear Simulink model
Nichols Plot Nichols plot of linear system approximated from nonlinear Simulink model
Pole-Zero Plot Pole-zero plot of linear system approximated from nonlinear Simulink model
Singular Value Plot Singular value plot of linear system approximated from nonlinear Simulink model

Topics

Visualize Bode Response of Simulink Model During Simulation

You can visualize time-domain and frequency-domain characteristics of linear systems computed from nonlinear Simulink models during simulation.

Visualize Linear System at Multiple Simulation Snapshots

Visualize linear system characteristics of a nonlinear Simulink model at multiple snapshot times.

Visualize Linear System of a Continuous-Time Model Discretized During Simulation

Discretize a continuous-time model during simulation and visualize the discretized linear behavior of the model.

Plotting Linear System Characteristics of a Chemical Reactor

Visualize linear system characteristics of nonlinear Simulink models at .triggered simulation events.

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