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Simulink linking blocks

Simulink linking blocks

Simulink linking blocks

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Good day people

I have recently started to make random models in Simulink. I have made a model and I am almost done with it, but I can't get my hydraulic torque linked with my electric torque. I guess it's a stupid question. Does anyone know how to solve this?

In the last part, I factored the flow and the pressure with each other and divided them with the angular speed.



Thanks in advance
Albert

RE: Simulink linking blocks

Greetings. Didn't see your entire schematic as an older version of MATLAB (the preview is also difficult to parse), but I assume you are using Simscape. Therefore, in this case, try converting the physical hydraulic signal to a Simulink-signal, and then again to a physical electrical signal. For this, use the blocks as shown in the picture in the appendix.

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