smdoc_compound_link

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Cosimo Mercuro
Cosimo Mercuro on 16 Oct 2017
Answered: Cosimo Mercuro on 17 Oct 2017
Hi! I can't find this model smdoc_compound_link that is explained in https://it.mathworks.com/help/physmod/sm/ug/compounding-body-elements.html
May you help me?
Thanks in advance

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Nicolas Schmit
Nicolas Schmit on 17 Oct 2017
I don't know why the command is now working, but you can open a similar model with the following command.
sm_compound_body

Cosimo Mercuro
Cosimo Mercuro on 17 Oct 2017
Hi Nicolas. Thanks for your reply. On your PC the model is available ? I've just examined the ..._compound_body but it seems to me a little bit different
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Nicolas Schmit
Nicolas Schmit on 17 Oct 2017
It is not available on my PC either (R2017b).
I reported the problem and will post an update when I have a solution.
Cosimo Mercuro
Cosimo Mercuro on 17 Oct 2017
Edited: Cosimo Mercuro on 17 Oct 2017
Hi Nicolas. Because I've urgency to teach to my students about simscape, may you provide me a link from which I could download the missing model ? Thanks in advance

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Cosimo Mercuro
Cosimo Mercuro on 17 Oct 2017
Hi Nicolas, following even the model in this tutorial don't work : https://it.mathworks.com/help/physmod/sm/ug/frames-and-frame-transforms.html?s_tid=srchtitle
_ smdoc_lbeam_inertia_
Like the smdoc_compound_link , even in this case is impossible to start the "Try it" tutorial. I don't understand why. May you help me?

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