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MSC.EASY5, Matlab/Simulink integration in VL Motion

MSC.EASY5, Matlab/Simulink integration in VL Motion

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We will soon be deploying LMS Virtual.Lab Motion and want to be able to execute models from other modeling packages (MSC.EASY5 and/or Matlab/Simulink). We currently do not have either package. Is there anything special I need to do to those models to enable them to be integrated/executed in Virtual.Lab Motion (like request that they be put into an executable form)?

Thanks in advance.

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Matthew Ian Loew
"Luck is the residue of design."
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RE: MSC.EASY5, Matlab/Simulink integration in VL Motion

You just need to add some lines within the Vlab Motion starting script to couple it either with Easy5, Simulink or AMESIM.

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