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MSC Adams - Matlab Co-simulation Query

MSC Adams - Matlab Co-simulation Query

MSC Adams - Matlab Co-simulation Query


I'm working with Adaptive Control Design of Non-linear plant made in MSC_Admas environment. Now, I want to build a controller for it in Simulink. I've set-up everything & model is working fine except when I try to linearize the model in order to tune the controller using Simulink Control Tunner toolbox then It stops sending me data from Adams to Simulink Control tunner & the output is always zero in Control Tunne. Although I've exported a Non-Linear model from Adams but still it's output has to appear in Linearization process so that we can estimate a Controller for it. It seems that there is some communication error b/w both software. Simulink shows the compiling message but It doesn't actually run the simulation in order to get the output results. Anyone can help me fix this issue.

Thanks in advance for your attention to my request.

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