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Ilkay Meseli

Can we run simulink by m file when simulink interface is not opened

Asked by Ilkay Meseli
on 7 Mar 2013
Latest activity Answered by Abdullah Tahir on 13 May 2014

ı want to run a simulink file by m file .So, ı use 'sim' command.

but when ı use it , simulink interface is opened.

Can we run simulink by m file when simulink interface is not opened

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Answer by Teja Muppirala
on 7 Mar 2013
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Yes, you can use the LOAD_SYSTEM command to load the model into memory without bringing up the Simulink interface, for example:

>>  model = 'sldemo_househeat';
>>  load_system(model)
>>  sim(model)

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Ilkay Meseli
on 7 Mar 2013

thanks teja...=)


Answer by Azzi Abdelmalek
on 7 Mar 2013
Edited by Azzi Abdelmalek
on 7 Mar 2013

Yes you can do it, without even loading or opening your model

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Teja Muppirala
on 7 Mar 2013

Hey, yeah, you're right, SIM automatically loads it. I didn't know that before.


Answer by Abdullah Tahir on 13 May 2014

Can you please tell how to pause and resume the Matlab simulation from script file?

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