hands-on computational modeling
Our goal is to stimulate Technology Education by Modeling and Simulation using MatLab, SimuLink and Comsol.
Why MatLab, SimuLink and Comsol (MSC)?
MSC is integrated modeling software and is therefore superior to co-simulation. Futhermore MSC can compile all models into (royalty-free) standalone apps. This is not only very handy but also shows that MSC is in full control of its own code.
This page contains 10 modules on modeling and simulation using MatLab, SimuLink and Comsol (MSC). The best way to learn is by hands-on exercises. After finishing all modules, you are really computoolable!
Programming in MatLab
Before you can start creating models it is important that you get hands-on experience with your most important Tool
State-space models are based on ordinary differential equations (ODEs) and matrices. You need to have some basic understanding on these mathematical topics and learn how to work with them in MatLab
Lumped models in MatLab
Create lumped models
Modeling in SimuLink.
Create SimuLink models and include controllers
S-Functions in SimuLink
Export and use your Matlab models in SimuLink
Using flow-effort analogies for lumped multi-physics modeling
Learn flow-effort analogies and apply to lumped multi-physics modeling
Using partial differential equations (PDEs) for 3D mathematical modeling
Learn mathematical tools for 3D modeling
Using Comsol for 3D multiphysics
Hands-on experience using the best 3D multi-physics tool there is.
Comsol with MatLab and SimuLink
Export Comsol models in Matlab functions and SimuLink blocks
How to create models from papers, experiments and dedicated simulation software
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