Powertrain systems include propulsion, drivetrain, and transmission subsystems. To configure the drivetrain subsystem, you can use the limited slip or open differential blocks. The propulsion blocks include mapped motor, compression-ignition (CI) engine, and spark-ignition (SI) engine blocks. For the transmission subsystem, you can use the ideal fixed gear transmission block.
|Active Differential||Spur or planetary active differential gear|
|Limited Slip Differential||Limited differential as a planetary bevel gear|
|Open Differential||Differential as a planetary bevel gear|
|Rotational Inertia||Ideal mechanical rotational inertia|
|Split Torsional Compliance||Split torsional coupler|
|Torsional Compliance||Parallel spring-damper|
|Mapped Motor||Mapped motor and drive electronics operating in torque-control mode|
|Mapped CI Engine||Compression-ignition engine model using lookup tables|
|Mapped SI Engine||Spark-ignition engine model using lookup tables|
|Simple Engine||Simplified engine model using lookup tables|
|Ideal Fixed Gear Transmission||Ideal fixed gear transmission without clutch or synchronization|
|Transfer Case||Differential as a planetary bevel gear|
The Mapped CI Engine and Mapped SI Engine blocks models use calibration maps developed with the Model-Based Calibration Toolbox™ and measured engine performance data.
Read data and write Mapped SI Engine block parameters to an Excel® data file.