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The Basics of Simulink

Hands-on practice building models in Simulink





Advanced control systems are becoming more and more standard when developing software, as it is more efficient than writing C code. Model-based design (MBD) has created a method of portable rapid prototyping, moving away from intensive lab development and placing an engineer on site for real-time testing, calibrations, etc. Join LHP for hands-on practice with Simulink for a greater understanding of developing software through model-based design.

Learning Objectives

  1. Explain the relationship between MATLAB and Simulink
  2. Interchange between the interfaces of MATLAB and Simulink
  3. Import data from MATLAB into a Simulink Model
  4. Analyze data within MATLAB and Simulink
  5. Create a Simulink Model from Scratch
  6. Simulate a model using the Simulink browser



Training Dates

The Basics of Simulink course is an 8-hour program. Sessions meet daily from 1-5pm Eastern.

2023 Classroom and Virtual Training Dates Now Available!

Students who possess a Simulink license may attend virtually. Students without a Simulink license must attend the training on-site at LHP Pontiac, Michigan, or LHP Columbus, Indiana.

8-hour Training

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