Videos

  • Model and simulate electronic and mechatronic systems.
  • Design mechatronic systems using Simscape Electronics ™ . An electromechanical actuator is used to show the value of simulation in a design process.
  • Model a mechatronic actuation system using electrical and mechanical components in Simscape™.
  • Model a mechatronic actuation system using electrical and mechanical components in Simscape™.
  • Tune parameters of a Simscape Electronics™ model automatically until simulation results match measurement data.
  • Model a custom electronic component. Simscape™ extensions to MATLAB ® are used to define a temperature dependent resistor.
  • Import measured data on fuel consumption to estimate fuel economy. A surface is fit to the measurement data and used in simulation of a hybrid-electric vehicle.
  • Detect system integration issues in simulation. Mechanical, hydraulic, electrical, and control systems are gradually integrated into a full system model.
  • Automatically log all simulation data from the physical system to the MATLAB ® workspace. Explore data using Simscape™ Results Explorer.
  • Use the Simulink ® Solver Profiler to find the causes for slow simulations. Plots and tables showing solver behavior during simulation help identify modeling issues.
  • Use optimization algorithms to tune a Simscape Electronics™ model of a mechatronic system to meet system requirements.
  • Select model variants and simulation modes appropriate for your simulation needs. Nonlinearities and switching effects are added to Simscape Electronics ™ models to assess their effect on a design.
  • Create a bidirectional link between the simulation model and the requirements document. Integrate the requirements document into the development process.
  • Automatically run tests and generate a report documenting simulation results.
  • Convert a mechatronic actuator model to C code and simulate in a hardware-in-the-loop configuration. Simscape ™ parameters are tuned on the real-time target.
  • Convert a hydraulic lift model to C code and simulate in a hardware-in-the-loop configuration. Simscape™ parameters are tuned on the real-time target.
  • Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) is simulated on a real-time target.
  • Use HIL testing instead of hardware prototypes to test control algorithms. Convert physical model to C code and simulate in real time on controller hardware.
  • Share models without requiring licenses for Simscape™ add-on libraries. Open models in Restricted Mode and perform tasks such as simulation, parameter tests, and code generation.
  • Share Simscape™ language source code without exposing your intellectual property. The protected components can be used for simulation and parameter testing.
  • Share physical models without exposing intellectual property. The protected subsystems can be used for simulation and parameter testing.