Simscape Driveline - Videos

Videos

  • Model and simulate rotational and translational mechanical systems.
  • Model a vehicle powertrain using Simscape Driveline™. The model includes an engine, gears, tires, and longitudinal vehicle dynamics.
  • Model a ratchet mechanism driving a leadscrew. The screw turns in one direction and the leadscrew cannot be back-driven by the mechanical load.
  • Model a vehicle powertrain using Simscape Driveline™. The model includes an engine, gears, tires, and longitudinal vehicle dynamics.
  • Model an automatic transmission using gears and clutches from Simscape Driveline™. The control logic is modeled as a state machine in Stateflow ® .
  • Model a four-wheel drive powertrain with limited-slip differentials using Simscape Driveline™. The vehicle is tested on various road surfaces.
  • Model a ratchet mechanism driving a leadscrew. The screw turns in one direction and the leadscrew cannot be back-driven by the mechanical load.
  • Configure a planetary gear model to include losses. The efficiency of the planetary gear is valid for all power flow combinations.
  • Model custom mechanical components using the Simscape™ language. A torsional spring-damper is defined using implicit equations.
  • Import measured data on fuel consumption to estimate fuel economy. A surface is fit to the measurement data and used in simulation of a hybrid-electric vehicle.
  • Automatically translate models to use the new Simscape™ based SimDriveline™ library. A conversion tool ( sdl_update ) converts the entire model, preserving the structure.
  • Automatically log all simulation data from the physical system to the MATLAB ® workspace. Explore data using Simscape™ Results Explorer.
  • Use the Simulink ® Solver Profiler to find the causes for slow simulations. Plots and tables showing solver behavior during simulation help identify modeling issues.
  • Optimize 20 parameters in a shift schedule to maximize fuel economy for a dual-clutch transmission. Global optimization algorithms and parallel computing are used to accelerate the optimization.
  • Run simulations in parallel on a multicore desktop. Various shift schedules for a dual-clutch transmission are tested in multiple simulations executed simultaneously.
  • Tune parameter values in abstracted models to match simulation results from detailed models. Optimization algorithms are used to automatically tune parameters of a dual-clutch transmission model.
  • Use a 3D animation to verify clutch states and shaft speeds in a dual-clutch transmission. Control animation states using a MATLAB ® GUI.
  • Automatically run simulations and document simulation results of a dual-clutch transmission tested under various drive cycles using Simulink Report Generator™.
  • Speed up the process of tuning shift schedule calibrations using optimization algorithms and parallel computing.
  • Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) is simulated on a real-time target.
  • Convert a dual-clutch transmission model to C code and simulate in a hardware-in-the-loop configuration. Simscape™ parameters are tuned on the real-time target.
  • Use HIL testing instead of hardware prototypes to test control algorithms. Convert physical model to C code and simulate in real time on controller hardware.
  • Share models without requiring licenses for Simscape™ add-on libraries. Open models in Restricted Mode and perform tasks such as simulation, parameter tests, and code generation.
  • Share Simscape™ language source code without exposing your intellectual property. The protected components can be used for simulation and parameter testing.
  • Share physical models without exposing intellectual property. The protected subsystems can be used for simulation and parameter testing.