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Reusable Subsystem

Reusable Subsystem

Reusable Subsystem

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I'm fairly new to SIMULINK. I'm working on a model that will include four identical subsystems (vehicle tires) They will have different input signals, but the subsystems themselves will be identical. I'm trying to find some way to allow me to make a change once and alter all four sub-systems (so I don't have to do the same thing four times).

I cannot, unfortunatly, use a model block, because student version (what I'm using) doesn't support them.

Thanks in advance.

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Stefan

RE: Reusable Subsystem

Hi!

I just figured a way out to do it (would not call it a solution though...)
build one subsystem (wheel) use as input a muxed signal with all the forces/torques. every signal path and block will be evaluated separately for the four signals (afaik).

good luck
matt

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