creating blocks in simulink

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alex moore
alex moore on 21 Nov 2021
Answered: Sivani Pentapati on 10 Dec 2021
I'm looking to make blocks in Simulink to represent : s, 1/s, and 1/s+a.
Reason for this is because I can't use the "s", "z" or "dx/dt" blocks in simulink since its internal representation of time is not real-time.
Any help on how to create equivilent blocks/models is much appreciated!

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Sivani Pentapati
Sivani Pentapati on 10 Dec 2021
Hi Alex
The code generated from continuoues blocks is generally not recomended as production quality code because of resource constrains on the target device. Please refer to this link to know more code generation support for continuous blocks.
You can consider using the Simulink Model Discretizer to map continuous blocks into discrete equivalents that support production code generation.

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