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vibration analysis of a co simulation controlled vehicle in adams/car

vibration analysis of a co simulation controlled vehicle in adams/car

vibration analysis of a co simulation controlled vehicle in adams/car

(OP)
hi

i'm new to this site and don't know how it works and this is my first question here

I have co-simulated and controlled a full vehicle model in adams/car with matlab/Simulink

how can I get the vibration analysis of the co-simulated model ( with the results of the co simulated model )

when I import the results from matlab into adams/car , I can't perform the vibration analysis of the new results ( controlled vehicle in matlab/Simulink )

appreciate it if you give me a good answer i'm in a pinch

thank you

RE: vibration analysis of a co simulation controlled vehicle in adams/car

(OP)
alright
sorry thanks for the assist

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