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# Computing π… Simscape Multibody Style1

On this π day 2024, I decided to tag along with Mike Croucher from The MATLAB Blog and show one way to compute π.While Mike went for advanced maneuvers involving the MATLAB AI Chat Playground,... read more >>

Have you heard of Simulink Onramp?
If you visited matlabacademy.mathworks.com recently, you probably noticed that MATLAB Onramp has a new friend!

If you are new to Simulink or you have friends or... read more >>

Are you a frequent MATLAB user whose knowledge of Simulink is limited to sldemo_househeat? Maybe you're looking to join the Hyperloop project? Or you just want to use Simulink more, but don't quite... read more >>

# MATLAB Tech Talks: Bode Plot1

This week we are introducing MATLAB Tech Talks - short videos explaining important engineering concepts in an informal and entertaining way. Carlos Osorio, our application engineer, and controls... read more >>

# Creating Your Own Block With Continuous States (MATLAB S-Function)5

In a previous post, I showed an example of a MATLAB S-Function with a discrete state This week, we continue in the same direction and implement an S-Function with a continuous state. Continuous... read more >>

# Writing your own block with discrete states (MATLAB S-Function)5

A few weeks ago, I noticed the following question on MATLAB Answers by K E: What are continuous and discrete states in Simulink? In my opinion, the best way to understand how states work in... read more >>

# How to make your own blocks with code! (Introduction to S-Functions)10

I have to admit... before joining MathWorks, I was afraid of S-Functions. Now this makes me laugh, because I know that writing an S-Function is very powerful and not that complicated. In my... read more >>

# Sous-vide Cooking with Simulink Part 216

Here is the continuation of my sous-vide cooking story I began to tell in the last post. Hardware Implementation As described last week, I finally received everything I ordered: Arduino... read more >>

# Sous-Vide Cooking with Simulink Part 17

This week I am sharing the first part of a story about what I do with Simulink during weekends! Introduction Last Christmas, I received the book Modernist Cuisine - The Art of Science of... read more >>

# You need an integrator with variable limits… there’s a solution for that!15

By Guy Rouleau Today I received a question where the user was looking for an Integrator block with variable upper and lower limits that could be specified from signals. I was happy to simply... read more >>

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