You can use Simulink® to teach control system engineering with Humusoft® lab experiments. The lab experiments are designed to help students apply control engineering principles with real-time dynamic systems. Three lab experiments are available: helicopter, ball and plate, and magnetic levitation.
These lab experiments operate from Simulink and Simulink Desktop Real-Time™. With Simulink Desktop Real-Time, you can run Simulink models in real time and interface with physical devices. You can create and control a system for real-time testing applications, including rapid prototyping and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation, directly from Simulink using your laptop or desktop running Windows® or Mac OS X.
Humusoft lab experiments and Simulink enable students to work on sophisticated experiments, including system identification, state estimation, and adaptive, nonlinear, fuzzy, and neural network-based controller design.
Humusoft lab experiments include the following:
Using Simulink and Humusoft lab experiments, students can develop a graphical model of a control system, monitor performance during simulation, and execute the control system in real time to observe performance with actual hardware.
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Use Computer Vision Toolbox for CE 151 Ball and Plate Model.
Use Image Acquisition Toolbox for CE 151 Ball and Plate Model.
Use DSP System Toolbox for CE152 Magnetic Levitation Model.
Use Simulink 3D Animation, a recommended product, for CE 150 Helicopter Model and CE 152 Magnetic Levitation Model.
Use Simulink Coder, a recommended product, for CE 150 Helicopter Model and CE 152 Magnetic Levitation Model.