i want to convert (.slx) format to (.mdl)format at this link: http://www​.mediafire​.com/?c5p0​2776wo6ly6​6

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hany on 10 Jul 2013
Commented: Walter Roberson on 14 Feb 2021
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 14 Feb 2021
@Lijo Jacob Varghese which release do you need the mdl for? And can you confirm that you definitely need mdl and not just an slx for an earlier release? For example are you needing to run the code with a release earlier than slx files existed at all?

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Kaustubha Govind
Kaustubha Govind on 10 Jul 2013
If you have R2012a or a newer version, you can use 'Save As...' on the model to do the conversion.
Prasad Kalane
Prasad Kalane on 14 Jul 2014
Kaustubha mam, when we save as .slx to .MDL then sometime when we open that model in lower version then only whitewhite screen appear. So export it instead of save as.

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Darin on 10 Sep 2013
Hi Hany,
I came across your simulink files for the IEEE123
I was hoping you have more of these files especially the .m files
It would really help me out.

Vinh Tran
Vinh Tran on 21 Jan 2016
can you help me to convert files to 2011a, thansks http://www.mediafire.com/download/76yltyt0kn3cd89/TaiLieu.rar
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 14 May 2016
Here are the converted files. Be warned that all of them have problems. The m* file is missing nearly all connections. The PV is missing definitions for some of the signals needed in MPPT. The non-PV is missing inputs for the bottom left item.

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SALIM MUHAMED on 20 Nov 2019
can you please convert this .slx file. m file, plz.

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Tushar Thakre
Tushar Thakre on 14 Feb 2021
Can you pls convert this slx file to mdl so that I can open the in Matlab 2011a
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 14 Feb 2021
That model cannot be converted to earlier than R2013a.
At the moment I am not sure if that is a limitation on export from the version I am using, or if it has to do with the blocks that are used.
The model has several problems:
  • A fair number of GOTO blocks for which there is no corresponding FROM block
  • even more FROM blocks for which there is no corresponding GOTO block
  • division by 0 in a number of places, for a number of time samples. The situation looks as if there is division by values that have not had time to switch away from 0, and that the bad output appears to cause problems for future calculations

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