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MATLAB® and Its Applications in Engineering: [Based on MATLAB 7.5 (R2007b)] by Manoj Kumar Sharma, Ashok Kumar Goel, Raj Kumar Bansal

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10.3. Simulink Modelling

This section describes how a given dynamic system can be modelled using Simulink. Once a new untitled Simulink window appears as shown in Figure 10.4, the desired model can be made by selecting the required blocks from the Simulink Library Browser window. Any block library can be detailed by clicking on it and the desired block can be selected. The block can be moved and added to the model window by clicking on it and dragging it to the desired location.

The desired block has to be selected from the particular category and then dragged and dropped into the model window.

Different blocks are then connected as per the model requirement by arranging them and drawing connecting lines from the output terminal of one block ...

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