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How to automate several simulations using randomness?

How to automate several simulations using randomness?

How to automate several simulations using randomness?

I'm working on a 3 phase actuator system.
In simulink,we get one simulation result at a time.
Is there any way to run the simulation for 1000 times or more automatically and get the results and data saved automatically?
If you have any hints,please help me.
Thanking you in advance.

RE: How to automate several simulations using randomness?

Hi, with the command:
sim('Modelname'); you can start the simulation
status = get_param('Modelname', 'SimulationStatus');
you can look if the simulation is still running or stopped.
So you can write an M-File that controls the running of the model.
for example with:
you can change parameters in Simulink 'Gain' block, if you need different parameters in different simulation runs.
For more informations look in the help menue.

Best regards

RE: How to automate several simulations using randomness?

Thank you sooo much.
Your idea gave me a lot progress to my work.
I really thank you with all my heart.
Take care

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