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simulink object

simulink object

simulink object

what is the object name identification featured attached..

RE: simulink object

The "m" output is a measurement output for the machine, and it contains 16 different measurement parameter signals combined in a vector that are sent out on a single signal wire. The block you've circled is a demultiplexer, or demux, that allows extraction of the signals desired on the multi-signal wire out of "m" into separate signals as indicated on your image. See http://radio.feld.cvut.cz/matlab/toolbox/powersys/... for help. I'm not sure why the demux block is used instead of the special Machines Measurement Demux block provided in the Machines library of the Power Systems Blockset, though. I'd have probably used that instead.

By the way, there is a separate Simulink forum here on Eng-Tips at forum576: MathWorks, Inc.: Simulink; it'd be better to post your Simulink questions there instead of here.

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RE: simulink object

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there is this cas ein SymPowerSystems Demos.
thank you !

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