Required and commonly used blocks for setting simulation environment, interfacing with Simulink® models, and generating custom components on-the-fly
This library contains required and commonly used blocks for setting simulation environment, interfacing with Simulink models, and generating custom components on-the-fly.
The blocks in the Network Couplers library provide you with starting points for splitting your Simscape™ network into separate smaller networks interfaced to each other through Simulink connections.
|Connection Label||Virtual connection between conserving ports|
|Connection Port||Physical Modeling connector port for subsystem|
|Probe||Output block variables as signals during simulation|
|PS-Simulink Converter||Convert physical signal into Simulink output signal|
|Simulink-PS Converter||Convert Simulink input signal into physical signal|
|Simscape Bus||Bus for conserving connection lines|
|Simscape Component||Deploy Simscape language component as custom block in model diagram|
|Solver Configuration||Physical network environment and solver configuration|
|Variant Connector||Remove or disconnect physical components from network|
|Network Coupler (Compressible Link)||Split network at a mechanical translational connection|
|Network Coupler (Flexible Shaft)||Split network at a mechanical rotational connection|
|Network Coupler (Inductor)||Split network at an electrical connection by replacing an inductor|
|Network Coupler (Capacitor)||Split network at an electrical connection by replacing a capacitor|
|Network Coupler (Current-Voltage)||Split network at an electrical connection|
|Network Coupler (Voltage-Current)||Split network at an electrical connection|
|Network Coupler (Voltage-Voltage)||Split network at an electrical connection|
|Network Coupler (Thermal Mass)||Split network at a thermal connection|
|Network Coupler (Constant Volume Chamber (IL))||Split network at an isothermal liquid connection|
|Network Coupler (Constant Volume Chamber (TL))||Split network at a thermal liquid connection|
|Prediction (discrete->continuous)||Prevent accuracy loss when connecting fixed-step network to variable-step network|
|Prediction (slow->fast)||Prevent accuracy loss when connecting fixed-step networks with different step sizes|
|Smoothing (continuous->discrete)||Apply output smoothing when connecting variable-step network to fixed-step network|
|Smoothing (fast->slow)||Apply output smoothing when connecting fixed-step networks with different step sizes|
|Spectrum Analyzer||Display frequency spectrum|
|Create new Simscape model populated by required and commonly used blocks|
|Specify properties of physical connection buses|
|Specify properties of elements of physical connection buses|
- Creating a New Simscape Model
Quick way to create a new model.
- Essential Physical Modeling Techniques
Brief summary of physical modeling rules and techniques.
- Modeling Best Practices
How to use best practices in your model architecture to avoid numerical simulation issues.
- Design Rigid Interface Specifications for Conserving Connections
Lock down connection types for Simscape Bus and Connection Port blocks.
- Using Network Couplers to Split Physical Networks
General workflow and types of models that can benefit from splitting their network.
- Using Variant Connectors to Implement Variations in Physical Networks
Implement variations in physical network.
- Model Variants in an Electrical Circuit Using Variant Connector Blocks
Restrict propagation of Variant condition in an electrical circuit using primary and nonprimary type Variant Connector blocks.
- Model Variants in a Mechanical System Using Variant Connector Blocks
Restrict propagation of Variant condition in a mechanical system using leaf type Variant Connector block.