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"Getting Started with Simulink for Controls" example files

version 1.0.1 (1.28 MB) by Brian Neiswander
Models for the solar panel example shown in the "Getting Started with Simulink for Controls" video

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Updated 16 Jan 2020

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Explore the models created in the "Getting Started with Simulink for Controls" video.

https://www.mathworks.com/videos/getting-started-with-simulink-69027.html

• model1_panel.slx - Model of the solar panel
• model2_panelMotor.slx - Model of the solar panel and motor
• model3_control.slx - Model of the solar panel, motor, and controller
• model4_data.slx - Model of the solar panel system configured to track sun position data
• model5_power.slx - Model of the solar panel system and calculating generated power

All models were created and saved in R2019b. If you are using an earlier release, do the following before opening any models:

(1) Click Preferences in the Home tab of the MATLAB toolstrip.
(2) In the Preferences dialog, select the Simulink pane and then click Open Simulink Preferences.
(3) In the Simulink Preferences dialog, select the Model File pane.
(4) Clear the "Do not load models created with a newer version of Simulink" option.

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Brian Neiswander (2020). "Getting Started with Simulink for Controls" example files (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/73257-getting-started-with-simulink-for-controls-example-files), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

Comments and Ratings (5)

Stewart

Is it possible to add the sunPositionData.mat file to those available in the download?

Dhiraj Jagtap

Zahirul Islam

ok can i use the downloaded model for thesis paper?

ANIL KUMAR CHHABDAR

Gerard Nagle

Hi there, great intro video to MATLAB, but I do have a questions. Where does the C motor equation come from, as the narrator seems to reference a previous video for the DC motor

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