Learn Simulink Professionally and advance in your career

Explore the world of Simulink and discover how it can help you streamline your engineering workflows practically

Welcome to this course. First, I would like to thank you for choosing this course. As the instructor of the best-selling Matlab programming course on The Internet: Become a good Matlab programmer in less than 30 days; I was always very grateful to have your feedback about the industry and your career. Over 80% of my students requested a comprehensive course on Simulink and how it relates to Matlab. I am grateful for your feedback and happy to announce that today we released this comprehensive course that covers all the important topics in Simulink and Matlab.

What you’ll learn

  • Learn the Simulink environment and work with the different tools.
  • construct, simulate and analyze a system of electrical and mechanical elements.
  • connecting Simulink and Matlab and transferring information.
  • Understand control systems and develop your own controllers in Simulink.
  • Showcase your simulation capabilities to your colleagues, and employers.
  • Conduct complete simulation for research and academic papers.

Course Content

  • Introduction to the Course –> 1 lecture • 4min.
  • Overview and commonly used Blocks in Simulink –> 2 lectures • 40min.
  • Differential Equations in Simulink –> 1 lecture • 8min.
  • Chapter 3: Project 1 –> 1 lecture • 10min.
  • How to manage model properties in Simulink and create subsystems? –> 1 lecture • 11min.
  • Second Order Differential Equations –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Project 2: Simulate mass sprint damper systems with Harmonic Oscillations –> 1 lecture • 10min.
  • Project 3: Create and Simulate Mass Spring damper system –> 1 lecture • 7min.
  • Project 4: Create and Simulate Mass Spring Damper Systems with Forced Harmonic –> 1 lecture • 13min.
  • Project 5: Build and Simulate the motion of pendulum model –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • How to use transfer function and state space blocks in Simulink –> 1 lecture • 13min.
  • PID Controllers and Control Systems –> 2 lectures • 20min.
  • Mass Spring Damper and PID controller –> 1 lecture • 6min.
  • How to model a DC motor in Simulink –> 1 lecture • 18min.
  • Project 8: How to simulate a DC motor by Simscape? –> 1 lecture • 19min.
  • Project 9: Single Pendulum Model suing Simscape in Simulink –> 1 lecture • 17min.
  • Control Flow Systems in Simulink –> 2 lectures • 13min.
  • Power Electronic Systems in Simulink –> 7 lectures • 1hr 57min.
  • Concluding our Simulink Course: What’s Next? –> 1 lecture • 1min.

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Requirements

  • Matlab and Simulink software.
  • Willing to learn new topics.
  • be a problem solver.

Welcome to this course. First, I would like to thank you for choosing this course. As the instructor of the best-selling Matlab programming course on The Internet: Become a good Matlab programmer in less than 30 days; I was always very grateful to have your feedback about the industry and your career. Over 80% of my students requested a comprehensive course on Simulink and how it relates to Matlab. I am grateful for your feedback and happy to announce that today we released this comprehensive course that covers all the important topics in Simulink and Matlab.


This course is:

  • Practical
  • Easy to Follow
  • Simulation Files are available for Download
  • Project-based
  • Constantly updated with new materials

Simulink is a graphical environment used for modeling and simulating systems. It provides an interactive way to build systems and helps you get your work done faster. With Simulink, you can easily create models of any system, from simple linear equations to complex nonlinear dynamical systems. You can also use it for control system design, simulation, and analysis. You can accurately simulate electrical and physical systems with a couple of clicks.

 

If you are looking for an in-depth Simulink course, look no further. This course will focus on the key topics and contain many examples of different projects to help you best understand. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced user, this course is for you! This Simulink course is designed to give you a strong foundation in the basics of Simulink. You will learn how to create and simulate models of dynamic systems, and how to use Simulink for system design and simulation. The course contains many examples of different projects so that you can best understand the various features of Simulink.

 

If you’re looking for an edge in the competitive engineering job market, then you need to learn Simulink. This powerful tool lets you model and simulates complex systems, making it easier to design and troubleshoot them. With our Simulink course, you’ll get comprehensive training that will prepare you for any challenge.

 

Our aim is for students to understand how Simulink can be used as a project-based learning approach and develop practical models. Each project contains two sections. The first section will show you how to set up a Simulink model and the second section will provide you an opportunity to develop your own model. The first section will provide the theory, essential laws, and key concepts required to construct the needed equations. You will learn how to separate the system into smaller parts in the second section.

 

You can find the curriculum here:

 

Lecture 1: An Introduction to the Course

Simulink is a software package for modeling and simulating dynamic systems. It is used in a wide range of industries, from automotive to aerospace. This video introduces you to the basics of Simulink, including how to create and run simulations.

 

Part 1: How to work with commonly used blocks in Simulink?

This part covers the overview of Simulink and how to work with the commonly Used blocks by providing several examples. Please download the simulation files to compare them to your own files.

 

Part 2: How to work with commonly used blocks in Simulink?

In this video, we’ll learn how to work with Simulink blocks efficiently. We’ll cover the most commonly used blocks and discuss how best to use them in our projects. After watching this video, you’ll be able to use Simulink blocks in your own projects!

 

How to solve the first-order differential equation (ODE) in Simulink?

You will learn how to solve the first-order differential equation

using Simulink.

 

Project 1: Newton’s law of cooling (practical example in ODE ) in Simulink

In this lecture, we explore Newton’s law of cooling and see how it applies to a practical example in ODE. We also discuss some factors that affect the rate of cooling and learn how to use the ODE solver to find the solution to a cooling problem.

 

How to manage model properties in Simulink and create subsystems?

Simulink is a powerful tool for modeling and simulating systems. In this video, we will show how to manage model properties and create subsystems.

 

Second-Order Differential Equations in Simulink

This lecture demonstrates how to solve a second-order differential equation in a Simulink environment. With Simulink, you can easily graph the solution and change parameters to see how they affect the outcome.

 

Project 2: Create and simulate Mass-Spring-Damper System, Harmonic oscillation in Simulink

In this lecture, we explore the effects of harmonic oscillations on mass sprint damper systems. We use a simple pendulum to create harmonic oscillations and see how they affect the damper system. Watch this video to learn more!

 

Project 3: Create and simulate Mass-Spring-Damper System: damped simple Harmonic oscillation in Simulink 

In this video, we will discuss and show creating a mass-spring-damper system in Simulink. This system is used to simulate the behavior of a real-world damper system and can be helpful in predicting how that system will behave under different circumstances. We’ll show you how to create the model, as well as how to run simulations and analyze the results.

 

Project 4: Create and simulate Mass-Spring-Damper System: forced simple harmonic motion in Simulink

In this lecture, we will learn how to create and simulate mass spring damper systems with forced simple harmonic motion. We will use the Simulink and SimMechanics module in MATLAB to create the system and then analyze the results. This is a great way to learn about the dynamics of real-world systems!

 

Project 5: Build, simulate, and control the motion of the pendulum model in Simulink

In this video, we’ll be showing how to build and simulate the motion of a pendulum model. We’ll show you how to calculate the period of oscillation for your pendulum, and then we’ll simulate its motion using a graph. Finally, we’ll discuss some possible applications for pendulums in physics and engineering. So if you’re interested in learning more about this fascinating topic, be sure to watch our video!

 

How to use transfer function and State Space Blocks to solve differential equations in Simulink

In this video, we will show you how to use transfer function and state-space blocks to solve differential equations in Simulink Matlab. First, we will create a model of a simple pendulum. Next, we will add a spring to the system and simulate its motion. Finally, we will use the State Space block to solve the differential equation governing the system’s motion.

 

PID Controllers in Simulink and Matlab

In this lecture, we will discuss PID controllers and control systems in Simulink and Matlab. We will look at how to set up a PID controller, as well as how to tune it for optimal performance. We will also look at some of the more advanced features of Simulink and Matlab, such as state-space models and Kalman filters. Finally, we will see how to apply all of this information to a real-world application.

 

How to use Automatic PID Tuning in Simulink

In this lecture, you will learn how to use the automatically perform PID tuning block in Simulink. This block can help you quickly and easily tune your PID controller for optimal performance.

 

Project 6: Mass spring damper and PID controller in Simulink

This lecture showcases the mass-spring-damper and PID controller in a Simulink environment. The demonstrator uses MATLAB to control the position of a mass on a spring, with and without a PID controller. The video also explains how the PID controller works and how to tune its parameters for optimal performance.

 

Project 7: Modeling a DC motor in Simulink

In this lecture, we will show you how to set up and control a DC motor in Simulink Matlab. We will start by discussing the different blocks that are necessary for the simulation, and then we will go through an example of how to use them. Finally, we will show you how to generate a PWM signal to control the speed of the motor.

 

Project 8: How to simulate DC motor simulation using Simscape

In this lecture, students will learn how to set up and simulate a DC motor using Simscape in Simulink. Students will be able to see the torque and speed of the motor as they vary the input parameters.

 

Project 9: single pendulum model simulation using Simscape

In this lecture, we will learn how to implement a single pendulum model using the physical. This video tutorial provides an introduction to the mathematical modeling of a simple pendulum and walks through how to set up and solve the equations of motion for a single swinging pendulum.

 

Control flow Subsystems in Simulink

This lecture demonstrates how to set up control flow subsystems of if-else in Simulink and Matlab. It covers the use of basic logical operators, as well as more complex structures such as nested if-else statements. The video also includes a brief introduction to using Simulink’s Stateflow to create state machines.

 

Power electronic systems in Simulink

This video demonstrates how to create a single-phase half-wave rectifier in Simulink and Matlab. The video explains the theory behind the circuit and provides a step-by-step guide on how to create it in both software packages.

  • Single-phase half-wave rectifier in Simulink and Matlab
  • Single-phase full-wave bridge rectifier in Simulink
  • Three-phase full-wave rectifier in Simulink and Matlab
  • DC-DC Buck Converter in Simulink
  • DC-DC Boost Converter in Simulink
  • Single-phase PWM inverter in Simulink
  • SPWM based 3 phase inverter in Simulink

 

Concluding our Simulink Course: What’s Next?

Now that we have completed our Simulink course, what’s next? Well, one option is to continue learning with our Matlab Academy courses. These video tutorials cover a range of topics, from basic programming to more advanced features of Matlab. Another option is to explore the wealth of material on YouTube. There you can find many helpful video tutorials on Simulink, as well as other topics related to Matlab.

 

Finally, don’t forget about My Matlab Course. This online resource contains everything you need to get started with Simulink, from tutorials and examples to help files and solutions.

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