Posts about Simulink
I am ME interested in control systems. I want to learn how to create systems like autopilot, cruise control, etc. Something more complex than self-balancing robot.
I checked Dorf's and Nise's textbooks and I think it's great but lack actionable Simulink schematics examples where I can work or do my own.
Any book recos? Thanks.
I want to have Simulink is because I want to self-study control systems engineering. Specifically I want to learn aerospace, automotive, robotics controls - more like cruising not too deep on each topic.
The problem is my univ doesn't have any license for free. Any suggestions for Simulink alternative? I tried Scilab but I think it sucks. Or should I buy the student suite?
I am learning to model an FCHEV on Simulink. The goal of the simulation is to create an in-direct topology for the vehicle and review the hydrogen consumption. By in-direct, I mean that the fuel cell is connected to a DC/DC converter before connecting to the main DC bus, and the auxiliary battery is also connected to a DC/DC converted before connecting to the main DC bus.
I would also like to make sure it uses a backwards modelling method where I can use a driving cycle from the Powertrain Blocket to set the vehicle's velocity.
I have vehicle, battery and fuel cell data from online literature but I am stuck on how I can apply calculations into the Simulink model.
If anyone has experience of FCHEV modelling in Simulink, please could I get some guidance on where to start and what I need to consider! I have looked on file exchange, and there are good examples but they are very complex to unravel!
Any guidance would be appreciated :)