Examples to use the Simulink model kalmanfilter. By Yi Cao at Cranfield University on 25 January 2008
This page provides examples of the commands needed to find library links in a model. For a graphical way to investigate library links, see the Model Advisor.
- Low speed model is not perfect, review the effect on pneumatic trail (t) and aligning torque (Mz) - Turn slip equations needs to be reviewed, specially for Mz
This demonstration shows how you can customize the Simulink graphical user interface (GUI).
This demo shows how a model of a variable-step solver can be exploited to make stiff hybrid dynamic systems amenable to model checking technology. Specifically, a feedforward control
Examples to run the Simulink model kalmanbucy in the command window. By Yi Cao at Cranfield University on 28 January 2008
Illustrates a MATLAB® Coder™ based workflow for running MATLAB code on Raspberry Pi. MATLAB Coder generates readable and portable C / C++ code from MATLAB code, supporting most of the MATLAB
This script file will show the following: 1) How to interrogate Simulink's state definition 2) leveraging Simulink's state definition to map to your own 3) aligning state definition with
Illustrates a workflow for modeling an audio processing application in MATLAB and deploying C/C++ code to create a standalone application on a Raspberry Pi. MATLAB coder generates
Use a Bus to Vector block to convert a bus signal to a vector, to provide a signal that the Gain block can accept.
Adding In Bus Element and Out Bus Element blocks to create bus element ports in a subsystem for selecting signals from an input bus and creating an output bus signal.
Use the Callback Button block to perform initialization routines on your model.
Use a Bus Assignment block to change a bus element value without adding Bus Selector and Bus Creator blocks to select bus elements and reassemble them into a bus.
Models control of a system that consists of two masses attached on either side of a spring. A control loop damps the oscillation of the spring that results when an external force acts on the
Consider a point mass m suspended by a massless rod of length l under the influence of gravity. The position of the mass can be expressed in in Cartesian coordinates by (x,y).