Examples to use the Simulink model kalmanfilter. By Yi Cao at Cranfield University on 25 January 2008
- 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 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.
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
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 demonstration shows how you can customize the Simulink graphical user interface (GUI).
Examples to run the Simulink model kalmanbucy in the command window. By Yi Cao at Cranfield University on 28 January 2008
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).