Article decribing the use of Simulink and xPC Target in a graduate-level automotive research course
|19 Jun 2009||MathWorks Classroom Resources Team||
In a graduate-level course at Penn State, engineering students use MathWorks tools to facilitate the study of electric, hybrid-electric, and fuel cell vehicle technology using hardware-in-the loop (HIL) methodologies. The MathWorks tools allowed the students to do modeling, analysis, and controller design using a single software tool. Students used MATLAB and Simulink to analyze, explore, and visualize systems.
Target audience: Graduate
Academic institution: Penn State GATE Center
Materials available: Course outline/syllabus
Products: MATLAB,Simulink,Control System Toolbox,Real-Time Workshop,Stateflow,xPC Target