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Electrical & Mechanical Modeling in Simulink

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Electrical & Mechanical Modeling in Simulink


Terry Denery (view profile)


25 Aug 2005 (Updated )

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Included are demonstration files that were used, or referred to in the webinar "Electrical & Mechanical Modeling in Simulink®" designed to introduce attendees to electrical and mechanical modeling in Simulink. The webinar demonstrated the use of the tools SimMechanics™ and SimPowerSystems™ being used together to model and simulate electrically actuated mechanical systems.
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This file inspired Half Wave Rectifier.

Required Products Simscape Driveline
Simscape Multibody
Simscape Power Systems
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.0.4 (R14SP2)
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26 Apr 2016 Younousse HADJEE

Hi Dr Terry, I have to
1. Build up a whole hybrid Vehicule Network with PSPM and inverter and Control and so on...directly in SIMULINK or SIMSCAPE
2. cosimulate JMAG-RT with SIMULINK or SIMSCAPE by the use of S-function BLOCK, and
Hope that you could share some highlight on these two matter (in particular for cosimulating with S-Function and the right SIMSCAPE Module to use for the overall hybrid Network).

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09 Feb 2012 Foo How

Dear Terry, would it be possible to re-upload the webinar titled, "Electrical & Mechanical Modeling in Simulink®" again? or would you possess the link? I am in desperate need to distinguish the differences between electrical and mechanical modelling in simulink. I had encountered several papers which shows this two separate models illustrating a certain machine; thus, the need for me to understand the subtle differences. Hope that you could shed some light on this matter thank you.

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20 Aug 2009 Erdal Bizkevelci

02 Jun 2008 Ismail Anageem

hi, could you please to send me any topic shows how can modeling the electrical machines DC & AC

thank you indeed

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02 Jun 2008 Ismail Anageem

free download avaliable

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10 Mar 2008 Ali Abdel-Hadi

Would you be kind enough to send me the power point presentation.

Thank you,

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28 Jun 2007 YC Choo

Hi Terry,
is that possible to send the powerpoint presentation file to me?


yin chin

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23 Apr 2007 SANG IL KO

Could you send a ppt presentation file for me?

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10 Apr 2007 shehab ahmed

plz send the power point presentation

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22 Mar 2007 Godwin Zhang

There is no PowerPoint file inside

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03 Jan 2007 Vishnuvenkatesh Dhage

please send me presentation on powerpoint if possible.

05 Dec 2006 gil reyes

Would be nice if you could send me the pwrpoint presentation to my mail.

19 Aug 2006 Jose Manuel Andrade

01 Aug 2006 po-g kassim


29 Jun 2006 Lisha Duttani

I will be really thankful if you can forward the powerpoint presentation that u have mentioned to my email id.

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17 Feb 2006 Bas van Loon

Could you please send me the PowerPoint presentation you named? Thanks a lot!

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12 Jan 2006 Kye Kyongtae

02 Nov 2005 Ken Rotter

No power point file found. Can't find instructions on the order to load the simulink models, and some parameters appear not to work. Must I have the simulink accelerator for it to work at all?

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03 Sep 2005 Chuan-Shen Chen

Thanks Terry for your contribution. But I fail to find the powerpoint file.

Best regards

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Updating BSD License.

01 Sep 2016

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