Updated 30 Oct 2020
This library contains library blocks and a configurable vehicle model that you can use for a wide range vehicle design tasks. This video shows you some of the capabilities: https://youtu.be/kWfv_zZrO-4
For more details, see this page:
Here are some of the tasks you can perform:
1. Configure the powertrain architecture to model conventional, hybrid, battery electric, and even fuel cell vehicles.
2. Modify the suspension design by moving hardpoints obtained from a CAD.
3. Connect custom multi-link suspensions to passive and active hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
4. Design active chassis controls by integrating controls for anti-lock brakes, stability, and active roll control systems
5. Develop regenerative braking algorithms by incorporating electrical networks into your vehicle model.
6. Test your embedded software against a virtual vehicle by converting your Simscape model to C Code and running it on a real time computer, such as Speedgoat.
The templates are designed to be extendable. Create your own variant for any portion of the vehicle model (such as the brakes, suspension, or drivetrain) and you can adjust the libraries so that variant can be selected. It includes the tire modeling software MFeval, another submission on the File Exchange, which inspired this submission.
Please read the README.md file to get started.
The download button will let you access files compatible with the latest release (R2020b).
Use these hyperlinks to access versions from earlier releases.
For R2020b: Click on "Download from GitHub" button above.
For R2020a: https://github.com/mathworks/Simscape-Vehicle-Templates/archive/184.108.40.206.zip
For R2019b: https://github.com/mathworks/Simscape-Vehicle-Templates/archive/220.127.116.11.zip
For R2019a: https://github.com/mathworks/Simscape-Vehicle-Templates/archive/18.104.22.168.zip
For R2018b: https://github.com/mathworks/Simscape-Vehicle-Templates/archive/22.214.171.124.zip
Steve Miller (2021). Simscape Vehicle Templates (https://github.com/mathworks/Simscape-Vehicle-Templates/releases/tag/126.96.36.199), GitHub. Retrieved .
Hi @steve miller
There seems to be significant difference in tire behavior between MFEval from this library and MFSwift (2020.2)
I have used standard 'Siemens_car205_60R15.tir' for this brake test.
please find the Fx and slip ratio curves here (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZYX9xx1G0UbpxDd01tprEzE6GHfxnB2p?usp=sharing). [blue-MFEval, red-MFSwift]
can you kindly provide a solution
thanks in advance
edit: blue - MFEval
red - MFSwift
Hi @krishna teja - There are a couple maneuvers with cones. See Scene.Skidpad (cone locations are parameterized by circle radius), Scene.Double_Lane_Change (cone locations parameterized by lane location). The components used in the simulation models are in sm_car_lib.slx, there is a shortcut to open that library under "Project Shortcuts". I'll work on having it show up in the Simulink Library Browser.
I have x,y,z values of road and pylons. How do i use that to generate road and pylons. Will visualisation also get updated?
thanks in advance
hi, thanks for great templates
It would be helpful if its published as toolbox with each subsystems as library blocks (similar to vehicle dynamics toolbox).
Hi Thulasi, i621148, and other visitors! Please note that version 2.0 which was added just before Christmas, includes 3-axle trucks (semi-trucks) and two axle trailers. The tanker has a slosh model as well.
can u please provide me this model for MATLAB R2015 b ?
Hi Thulasi - I am working on creating a template for a 3-axle vehicle. For now, you could modify the existing template by copy-and-pasting one axle. An easier option would be to just enable the trailer and replace the spherical joint connection with a weld joint so all three axles are connected to the same chassis.
kindly suggest me that how i can use this tool for design of 6 wheel vehicle including each motor at the wheel to drive vehicle
Greeting Mr.Steve Miller,
I am appreciated that you have been creating this powerful tool.
Hi Guilherme - does this track include height data or is it flat? Flat is easier, but both are possible. If you are defining a flat track, take a look at the files in "\Libraries\Event\Scene\Track_Mallory_Park". The easiest thing to do would be to modify those files and just use it directly. If you need to specify height as well, modify the files in folder "\Libraries\Event\Scene\CRG_Plateau\Data". Save a copy of the original files as a reference before you start changing them.
Hello!! Great job!! I have a question, what if I want to create my own layout? For example, I am from a Formula Student Team and I want to create the track that will be used in the competition. How do I add the track to the code? What parameters do I need to fill in excel?
Thanks for the attention!
Hi i621148 - these models include a couple features that were first introduced in R2018b (the Simscape Bus for grouping physical connections). I cannot port this entire example back to R2017b. You may be able to work directly with the components sm_car_lib to build up your own model. We have plans to add a semi truck and trailer, so click on the "Follow" button up near the "Download from GitHub" button to be informed when we make an update.
How about a semi truck & trailer?
Please include working 2017b version?
Please also comment on additional features you would like to see included in the Simscape Vehicle Templates
Great! Thank you for uploading.
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