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Difference between simulink and simscape

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Mercy Daniel Aguebor
Mercy Daniel Aguebor on 11 Nov 2018
Answered: Nikhil Kori on 6 Jul 2020
Hi, I wanted to build a 3 phase five level multi-modular converter and was wondering the advantages or disadvantages between building in using Simulink or simscape.
Thank You!

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Nikhil Kori
Nikhil Kori on 6 Jul 2020

Hi,

You can use both simulink as well as simscape, its totally up to your choice.

Just providing some key differences between simulink and simscape

1:- Simscape is a part of Simulink.Simulink is a graphical programming environment for modelling ,simulating and analysis of dynamic systems where as simscape is a Physical modelling part in simulink environment.

2:- The signal flow in simulink is unidirection and in simscape the signal flow is bi-directional between blocks.

3 There is a source code provided for each block in simscape , you can make changes in that code to make your own custom block also in simscape there is a language called Simscape programming language to design new custom blocks,you can refer to this link Simscape language

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